2021

Luverne’s popular Trunk ’N Treat returns to Main Street for 2021 after the 2020 pandemic drive-through “Street of Treats” at the school campus. Because Halloween falls on a Sunday this year, the event will be on Monday, Nov. 1, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Main Street. The event typically draws hundreds...
Luverne senior Mia Wenzel punched her ticket to the state tennis tournament by winning the Section 3A singles championship and opens state play Thursday and Friday, Oct. 28-29.
Luverne High School senior Mia Wenzel won the Section 3A singles championship and qualified for the individual state tennis tournament in Minneapolis on Oct. 28 and 29.  Wenzel was the lone LHS participant in the final two rounds of the section tournament on Oct. 19 in St. Peter. In the semifinals...
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist Kim Emerson (left) harvests seeds with volunteers Cary Radisewitz, Chris Nowatzki, Don Dinger and (not pictured) Lori Sorenson on Oct. 12 at Touch the Sky Prairie.
  Volunteers spent several hours earlier this month collecting wildflower seeds at Touch the Sky Prairie northwest of Luverne. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist Kim Emerson supervised the harvest, which yielded nearly 25 pounds of seed from nearly a dozen different species. Wildflower...
Nearly half a million firearms deer hunters are preparing for the firearms deer season that opens Saturday, Nov. 6, and offers opportunity to spend time outdoors with friends and family, find adventure outdoors and put venison in the freezer. Hunters help keep deer numbers in line with population...
Camden Janiszeski leads Luverne to a second-place team finish at the Big South Conference cross country meet on Tuesday, Oct. 19, in Pipestone.
The LHS Cardinal Cross Country girls won their seventh consecutive team championship at the Big South Conference meet in Pipestone Tuesday. The team had six All-Conference performances: Tenley Nelson first, Jenna DeBates third, Kayla Bloemendaal fourth, Ella Schmuck fifth, Camden Janiszeski fifth...
LSS meals at Generations Monday, Nov. 1: Tater tot casserole, French cut green beans, warm peaches, dinner roll. Tuesday, Nov. 2: Homemade chicken and vegetable soup, meat sandwich, pineapple, cookie.  Wednesday, Nov. 3: Barbecue pork on a bun, coleslaw, fruit salad, gelatin with whipped topping.  ...
Dispatch report Oct. 15 •Complainant on 51st Street, Luverne, reported a runaway child. •Complainant on W. Interstate Drive requested assistance with warrant. •Complainant on Buckingham Street, Hardwick, requested information on protection orders. •Complainant on W. Luverne Street, Magnolia...
  Blake: We should require vaccinations To the Editor: To prevent further spread of the coronavirus, we should require everyone to get fully vaccinated (including a possible third dose), unless exempted by a sincerely held religious belief or medical condition. We should write to our legislators...
Sam Berghorst (left) accepts his award from Chamber Board President Robyn Wessels.
Retired Luverne Building Center owner Sam Berghorst and retired Sewing Basket owner Barb Bork were named “Outstanding Chamber Members” for 2019 and 2020. They were recognized Monday night at Sterling’s restaurant in Luverne where they were presented with Sioux quartzite stones etched with words...
Red Rock Central linemen try to bring H-BC's Ty Bundeson down at the line. The Patriots won the game.
Hills-Beaver Creek’s last regular season home football game Oct. 14 was an important one. It was Parents Night and a chance to end a two-game losing skid, so the Patriots needed to play well in front of the home crowd. The home team responded with a 24-6 win over the Red Rock Central Falcons,...

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