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Grandma Rose’s blueberry dessert finds new life in candle scent created by Vasshaus Candle Company of Luverne. Kaylena Riendeau (center, holding a picture of herself with her grandmother, Rose Marie Stob, entered the candle company’s “Suggest a Scent” contest. Her suggestion was chosen the winner and “Grandma’s Blueberry Dessert” is now generating memories for family members for Riendeau’s mother, Laurie Oppold (left), and aunt, Diane Even.
When Shawna Marshall debuted a public contest this summer for a new candle scent, she got more than she expected from the winning entry. Kaylena Riendeau of Brandon suggested her grandmother’s blueberry dessert for the Vasshaus Candle Company contest. “Her suggestion changed the idea of what this...
The Minnesota-North Dakota Alzheimer’s Association is sponsoring a series of online jigsaw puzzle contests that will connect people from around the world. Called Piece Prize, the 90-minute contests will be Dec. 26, Jan. 15 and Jan. 31. Register at www.pieceprize.org and select a puzzle for...
Arnie Gerdes (left) and Brian Sterling, Sterling Café and Grille.
Luverne Area Chamber Director Jane Wildung Lanphere and Chamber staffer Angela Sneller announced the winners of the Holiday Cookie Contest last week. “Wow!  Were we blown away by all the delicious-looking entries,” Lanphere said. “Both of us said we should have had you bring in 14 cookies …so there...
Regan Feit’s 30-second pitch for her virtual race company, racetoflattenthecurve.com, earned third place in the first CEO National Pitch competition last week.
Regan Feit, a junior at Luverne High School, earned $250 last week when she placed third in the first CEO National Pitch Competition. Bryn Mongeau, a Hills-Beaver Creek High School senior, was named to the Top 18 and earned $50. The two students are part of the Southwest Minnesota Creating...
Luverne Rotary essay winner earns third place at districts Anna Banck, who was chosen as the Luverne Rotary Club Four-Way Test essay winner earlier this year, earned third place in the District 5610 essay contest. Rotary member and local organizer for the sixth-grade essay contest John Call...
Next week Hills-Beaver Creek High School choral students will sing on stage with multi-platinum-selling rock group Foreigner. They will join band members on stage to sing the chorus to their No. 1 hit “I Want to Know What Love Is.” “They were so excited,” said director Amy Comp. “Foreigner is a...
Luverne Area Chamber opened “Love the Light” at the city park Sunday night, where 80 carloads drove the circular route looking at the 24 displays set up by businesses and organizations. The 20-degree temperatures encouraged participants to stop at the shelter house to meet Mr. and Mrs. Claus and...
Rock County Extension Service summer intern Gabryelle Gilliam helped organize an event for this year’s fair called “Mark That Card,” which allows the public to compare the judge’s placings in four different species, including beef. The contest starts Thursday, July 27.
Fair-goers can compare judging skills alongside Rock County 4-H’ers next week as the general livestock team practices for the upcoming Minnesota State Fair competition. Today, Thursday, July 27, and Friday, July 28, prior to the swine, sheep, goat and beef shows, participants can view the...
“Country Sunrise,” by Caryn Harrington of Adrian was a winner in the August Prairie Photo Contest.
The Luverne Convention and Visitors Bureau has announced the winners of the August 2016 Prairie Photo Contest. “Country Sunrise,” by Caryn Harrington of Adrian, and “Touch the Sky Night Lights,” by Thomas Jungroth of Crystal, were named the August winners according to a judging panel comprised of...
Maddie Dinger is the 2016 Band Fest button designer.
Luverne High School junior Maddie Dinger is the 2016 Tri-State Band Festival designer. The Tri-State Band Festival partners with the Luverne High School art classes to develop individual designs for each year’s competition. The design represents the creative spirit and energy of Luverne Public...

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