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  An activity traditionally used to keep children busy is making its way into adult hands and eventually into my own hands in the not too distant future. Call me strange, but I have loved poking through the various pens, pencils and crayons in the office supply aisles. The purchase of new markers...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on May 26, 1922:   COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES TO BE HELD FRIDAY JUNE 2   Thirty-Two Students to Graduate From Regular High School course—Six Post-Graduates The commencement exercises at the Luverne high school will be held next Friday evening, June 2nd...
Area athletes will need to travel a slightly different path on the road to the state track meet in 2015. Gone are the days of Section 3A opening postseason competition with four sub-section meets. Replacing the format of four sub-sections are two super sub-sections. The change means Luverne, Hills-...
  It is Sunday afternoon and we have just had a beautiful shower of much needed rain.  That will make a huge difference on everything you have planted in your garden … and a few things you didn’t plant … like weeds! We use our grass clippings for mulch and other than my hoe, that is the best weed...
  Despite the Baby Brezza Formula debacle from our last grandbaby babysitting experience, Grandma and Grandpa Peterson were given a second chance to watch Brooke. To avoid any formula mishaps, I was banned from the Brezza machine. The reason we were babysitting in the first place was so mom and dad...
  Despite the Baby Brezza Formula debacle from our last grandbaby babysitting experience, Grandma and Grandpa Peterson were given a second chance to watch Brooke. To avoid any formula mishaps, I was banned from the Brezza machine. The reason we were babysitting in the first place was so mom and dad...
Jan was my neighbor. You wouldn’t have known her because she and Dar didn’t get out much. They moved here in ’07 on account of the veterans home. They were two retired army nurses traveling across the countryside when the home caught their eyes. So they stayed. They and three cats — Willie, Annie...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on May 12, 1922:   BURGLARS RANSACK BANK; BUT DON’T PROFIT GREATLY Pry Into Drawers, Desks and Safety Boxes; Cut Through Vault Wall — Safe Unmolested Gaining entrance in the building by breaking out a glass in the front door, the Farmers State bank...
As it turns out, I wasn’t alone in being confused about the news I received last week. Upon learning Luverne High School junior Chaz Smedsrud had been selected in the 26th round of the United States Hockey League draft by the Sioux Falls Stampede, I quickly reached a conclusion. “There goes Luverne...
  The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on May 5, 1922: Next Wednesday, May 10th, Will Be Big Bargain Sale Day in Luverne Sixty-one Business Houses Join in Holding Community Sale Day, All to Offer Special Bargains in Seasonable Merchandise Sixty-one of the business houses of Luverne have...

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