2021

Luverne's Nathaniel Cole-Kraty and Conner Overgaard (53) take down a Fairmont runner behind the line of scrimmage Friday night in Luverne's home loss to the undefeated Cardinals. Luverne plays its next game Wednesday.
The Luverne Cardinal football players knew they had a big challenge this week as they faced off against undefeated Fairmont. The Cardinals played a strong first half, as they trailed by a score of just 16-14 at halftime. In the end, Luverne could not pull off the upset as they ultimately lost by a...
Meetings Town and Country Garden Club will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26, at Lois Petersen’s home. The topic will be “Fall and Winter Decorating” using items from your garden or kitchen. Call Linda at 507-597-6378 for more information. Gardeners welcome. Parkinson’s Support Group will meet at 2 p...
In a special Sept. 21 meeting, the Hills City Council set the preliminary amount received from local property taxes at 4.9 percent higher than last year’s amount. In 2022 the city will collect $139,701, up $6,845 from the previous year. The total 2022 city budget will be $354,141. The extra levy...
Rick Peterson
The Luverne Area Community Foundation (LACF) is organizing the MAX YOUR COMMUNITY fund drive from Nov. 1-11.  On Tuesday, Nov. 11, there will be a live KQAD radiothon broadcast from the LACF’s Main Street office. Two of this area’s longtime trusted organizations, the Luverne Area Community...
LSS meals at Generations Monday, Oct. 25: Chicken stir fry with brown rice, Oriental vegetables, mandarin oranges. Tuesday, Oct. 26: Spaghetti with meat sauce, lettuce salad with dressing, Texas toast, pineapple, cookie. Half-Price Day sponsored by Grace Lutheran Church. Wednesday, Oct. 27: Creamy...
10 years ago (2011) •A 9-foot grand piano will permanently grace the stage of Luverne’s Palace Theatre, compliments of Gary and Janine Papik. Janine Papik said the piano’s history began in the old Luverne High School building sometime in the 1920s or 1930s where it stood on the stage in the school’...
Ella Schmuck runs her first varsity cross country competition Tuesday, Oct. 12, in Adrian.
The Luverne Cardinals Cross Country team traveled to Adrian Tuesday, Oct. 12, and brought home a girls’ varsity title and a boys’ varsity fourth place along with some successful individual races. “We had another good day of racing with some great competition to push us,” said Assistant Coach Jodi...
Only one Hills-Beaver Creek School District resident joined current school board members for the levy renewal presentation by Superintendent Todd Holthaus (front, standing) Thursday night, Oct. 7, at the elementary school in Beaver Creek. An additional information session took place Tuesday night at the high school in Hills.
Given sparse attendance at the meetings, voters have few concerns or questions about the H-BC district’s proposed levy referendum renewal. School board, staff and administration hosted information meetings Oct. 7 and Oct. 12 to explain the Nov. 2 special election to renew an existing levy...
Meetings American Legion Auxiliary 123 will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13, at the Pizza Ranch. Call Dianna Tomlinson with questions. Beaver Creek Township Board will meet at 7:30 p.m.  Monday, Oct. 18, in the township hall.  Compassionate Friends will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 18, at the...
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The Luverne Economic Development Authority approved a request by Stephen Aning for a $3,000 residential demolition grant to demolish an old house at 211 South East Park Street. Aning reports the house has a failing roof that has allowed interior water damage, and ceilings and floors are falling...

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