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Most underground infrastructure is now installed, and work is moving to base and grading.
A neighborhood in the east central part of town was evacuated Saturday morning after Luverne Street construction crews hit a gas line with a skid loader. According to Luverne Fire Chief Dave Van Batavia, the gas leak was detected around 10 a.m. and a two-block area of residents were evacuated from...
There is an existing berm between the ball field and the river. The new berm would be from the bridge to the north corner of Redbird Field
Luverne City officials are working with engineers on a berm that would minimize flood damage at Redbird Field. In the June 2014 flooding, a raging Rock River spilled its banks and deposited corn stalks, debris and tons of sand and silt onto Redbird Field. After spending $200,000 to clean it up, the...
This Google Maps image shows an ariel view of the city park, Rock River Road, and the former Boys Scouts campground that Mike Davis and Billy Cowell, both of Luverne, recently purchased from the Luverne Country Club for a possible campground site.
The wooded property near the Luverne City Park has been purchased by private investors for a possible campground site. The Luverne Country Club owned the former Boy Scouts land and sold it earlier this month for roughly $36,000 to Billy Cowell and Mike Davis, with possible financial support by...
Luverne may soon be home to a community solar garden. The city of Luverne has budgeted $100,000 in 2017 to pursue plans for a possible city-owned solar garden. “We are still very much in the preliminary stages,” said Luverne City Administrator John Call. “We don’t really have a timeline yet and no...
Luverne City Council members took action Tuesday night toward redeveloping two lots on Highway 75 currently occupied by Culligan and a condemned house next door. The City is in the process of purchasing the properties in the block north of the stoplights and will ultimately demolish both buildings...
Larry Lanphere
The Star Herald asked candidates facing a primary election on Aug. 9 five questions to inform readers about themselves. The five questions are: 1.) Community involvement 2.) Employment, education and family 3.) What made you decide to seek election to the Luverne City Council? 4.) How do you view...
Lennis "Red" Arndt
The Star Herald asked candidates facing a primary election on Aug. 9 five questions to inform readers about themselves. The five questions are:   1.) Community involvement 2.) Employment, education and family 3.) What made you decide to seek election to the Luverne City Council? 4.) How do you view...

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