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“Road closed” signs went up on Barck Street Wednesday, July 23, for the mill-off and overlay of the major east-west road through Luverne. Barck Street is a county-state aid road that … more
For the second year, local families will have access to free clothing and household items during the SHARE Free Rummage Wednesday, July 30. Sharing Hearts Are Helping Everyone is a local charity … more
The second season of the popular FX series “Fargo” will be set in Luverne and Sioux Falls, according to information released Monday. The television series, based on the 1996 movie, is … more
Securing funding for infrastructure and creating jobs is a primary role of government, according to Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton. At a meeting in Luverne City Hall last week, regional players in the … more
Luverne City Park is closed for the rest of the year. So is Riverside Park and its softball diamonds. That’s according to Luverne Public Works Supervisor, John Stoffel, who said the parks … more
Luverne City Council members took action at their Tuesday meeting to lift the two-year-old watering ban in the city. The 15 inches of rain in June raised the static water levels in the … more
Dispatch report July 11 •Complainant reported a 15-year-old male showed up at his door and said he was from Sioux Falls and was dropped off in Rock County. Some people picked him up … more
Schomacker Cleaning became an “official” Main Street business Thursday when it hosted an open house and served hot dogs for its first hot dog night July 17. The business moved to … more
Merry Helm, an author and Korean War researcher from Fargo, N.D., visited Luverne July 14 and 15.   Helm has recently published “Prairie Boys at War: Korea,” a book that … more
Chit Chat’s Family Restaurant in Luverne has been purchased by Rick and Lori Scholten and will become Papa’s Place Family Restaurant on Aug. 2. The Scholtens plan to have the … more
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