2021

Seniors: Jase Arp, Trista Baustian, Reghan Bork, Luke Bosch, Kendall Buss, Pierce Cunningham, Elise Ferrell, Jordan Friedrichsen, Hunter Gaffaney, Trygve Gangestad, Kayetlin Huiskes, Olivia Huisman, Griffen Jarchow, Tenley Nelson, Mary Opitz, Eli Radtke, Ethan Rahm, Kristin Rud, Ashton Sandbulte,...
Sarah Lanoue (far left) reads the name of each loved one represented by a light on the tree.
Sanford Luverne Hospice personnel led the 2021 Tree of Lights ceremony Thursday, Dec. 2, at the corner of Main Street and Highway 75. More than 300 loved ones were honored and remembered with a lighted bulb on the holiday tree. The tree will be lit through the holiday season. Proceeds from the...
George Bonnema
Blooming plants are wonderful gifts to brighten our homes for the holiday season.  Knowing what makes them happy keeps the color show going. Poinsettias are the traditional favorite. Red is the natural color and all other colors and variations are mutations that have been “hybridized” to give us...
Junior Mallory Nelson takes control of the puck in first period play Saturday against Waseca. The Cardinals won the at home match 13-0. They take a 6-1 record into their match at home against Mankato East Dec. 11.
The Luverne girls’ hockey team is finding the back of the net a lot this season and winning a lot of games in dominant fashion. The Cardinals improved to 6-1 on the season by picking up a big conference road win over Marshall Nov. 30 and beating Waseca at home Saturday. The Cardinal girls currently...
RTR 73 HBC 59 The Lady Pates came up just short in their first Section 3A matchup of the year Monday, Nov. 29, in Tyler. The Knights’ physical play led them to a 14-point victory over H-BC.  The Patriots were led in scoring by senior Kenadie Fick (24 points, eight rebounds and assists) and...
With a deadly open-water season nearly in the rearview mirror, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds everyone that lakes and ponds throughout the state have started to freeze – and that where ice hasn’t formed, the water is dangerously cold. It’s up to all people to choose to stay...
Hills Mayor Keith Elbers (standing center near the tree) leads the countdown to the tree lighting ceremony after Pastor Nita Parker (left) finished a holiday message with the question, “What do we love about Christmas?” Answer: “Seeing those we love.”
The traditional free community meal, pictures with Santa and lighting of the community Christmas tree returned to the Hills community Monday night after a yearlong pandemic hiatus. At the Hills Building Communities Stronger community club-sponsored event, a soup and sandwich dinner was served at...
Luverne’s annual Winterfest celebration returns this weekend, live and in person following last year’s pandemic restricted events. “We haven’t done it for a year, and people have kind of forgotten what to do,” said Chamber Director Jane Wildung Lanphere. “But we’ve had a lot of people step up, and...
Meetings Rock County Association of Townships annual meeting is at 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, at the Rock County Library. Parkinson’s Support Group will meet at 2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 6, at Poplar Creek in Luverne.  Masks are required.  Call Diane Karlstad at 507-530-3307 with questions. Springwater...
Luverne School Board members have received another student request for basketball cheerleading after a 16-year hiatus. Senior Syndal Pick made the request, both written and in person, for the activity’s return. “I am asking for basketball cheerleading — because with only one season of football...

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