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Art projects remain unfinished last week at Luverne Middle-High School after all Minnesota public schools were instructed to close no later than March 18. Students were sent home in order to stem the spread of the coronavirus, and teachers were instructed to plan lessons for distance learning by March 30.
In a matter of days, area school staff transformed from classroom educators to meal caterers, child care providers and distance learning professionals. Last week state officials mandated all Minnesota schools close to stop the potential spread of the coronavirus. Schools in Hills, Beaver Creek and...
Luverne Fire Department member James Rahm talks to day care children in the Luverne Fire Hall Tuesday morning. He showed them what he wears to go into a burning structure, and he specifically pointed out how scary he looks and sounds when he is wearing his full protective gear. He told them to not...
In the wake of recent national attacks on law enforcement officers, some Rock County residents are going out of their way to support local men and women in uniform. On Friday, July 8, Stacy Schepel and her two young daughters delivered donuts to the Law Enforcement Center on North Blue Mound Avenue...
There’s a child care shortage in Luverne and Rock County, and the market is about to get tighter with pending retirements in the home day care market. That’s the message working parents and child care providers are sending to city leaders who on Monday authorized a formal study to measure the local...
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