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Best friends Becky Anderson (left) and Glenda Bremer team up to make holiday wreaths out of discarded library books. The pair crumbled the paper pages around a pencil and then hot glued them to a tagboard circle.
About a dozen people gathered at Take 16 Brewing Company in Luverne Thursday night, Dec. 12, to rip pages out of books under the watchful eye of Rock County Library Director Calla Jarvie. “It’s a good way for us to repurpose our discarded books,” Jarvie said about the recent book page wreath class...
Medical errors are estimated to be the third leading cause of death in the United States, and local health care professionals are working to improve those outcomes. A health care safety class, “You Are Your Own Best Medicine,” on Nov. 21 in Luverne illustrates that patient involvement in their care...
Luverne district residents will vote Nov. 7 on a $23 million bond referendum for school building upgrades and improvements. While property owners study its impact on their taxes, students are studying the referendum as a class project in their high school government class. Teacher Dave Rysdam said...
The Luverne High School Class of 1966 celebrated their 50th class reunion Friday and Saturday, Sept. 23-24. In the first row (from left) are Loren Hemme, Barbara Braa Hasert, Sandy Birkeland Walters, Shirley Rowe VandenHoek, Mary Bode Pick, Bernice Anderson, Carolyn Goembel Wilkens, Martha Mohr,...
Open Class Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion winners from the 2016 Rock County Fair are (front, from left) Nancy Walgrave, Katie Walgrave, Greg Burger, Barb Sandbulte, Bev Rickenbaugh, Maria Rops, Kyle Ferguson, (back) Linda Wenzel, Eric Fick, Marcia Essman, Karon Nagel, Evan Prekker, Andrew Prekker, Megan Sauer and Julia Ferguson. (Not all winners were present for the photograph.)
Following are the results reported for Open Class competition at the 2016 Rock County Fair: •Field Crops: champion, Eric Fick; reserve, Eric Fick. •Vegetables and Fruits: champion, Chloe Schoeneman; reserve, Loren Forrest. •Sewing: champion, Megan Sauer; reserve, Connie Bergman. •Crocheting,...
DNA is often associated with solving crime, but it has become a “red-hot” tool used by genealogists to expand their traditional genealogy as well as to solve family mysteries. Luverne’s Gregg Gropel, a member of the Ostfriesland Genealogy Society of America, has been immersed in a DNA self-study...
A honeybee in Tim Olsen’s beehive slowly moves back into the hive. Honeybees do not excrete inside the hives in order to keep their nest and the honey sanitary.
Area residents have a unique learning opportunity currently being offered through Luverne Community Education. “Intro to Beginning Beekeeping” is a new two-class offering by local apiculturist Tim Olsen. Classes will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Feb. 25 and March 10 in the Community Education building. “I...
Area residents ages 55 to 62 years of age, a class on Social Security benefits will be conducted Dec. 8. The class will sort through a wide variety of options available as the time for retirement nears. Cost is $5. Please contact Luverne Community Education, 283-4724, for more information or to...
  The class of 1985 met for its 30th class reunion Saturday, June 6, at the Howling Dog in Luverne. Attending the reunion were (front row, left) Laura Herman Beem, Connie Murphy VandeVelde, Ellen Jarchow Moritz; (second) Jeff Hicks, Troy Vink, Mary Nelson Thies, Scott Wessels, Barb Ehlers Austin,...
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