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The Luverne Rotary Club honored three local students in the annual Four-Way Test essay contest this spring. Pictured with Luverne Rotary President Eric Hartman (far right) are finalists (from left) Josephine Golla (first place), Tenley Nelson and Tryg Gangestad.
Local sixth-graders recently learned about truth, fairness, good will and team benefits through the Luverne Rotary Club’s Four-Way Test.  The Four-Way Test is the ethical code that Rotarians live by, challenging them to ask four simple questions: •Is it the truth? •Is it fair to all concerned? •...
To the Editor:  “I am the Flag” I am the flag of the United States of America. I was born on June 14, 1777, in Philadelphia. There the Continental Congress adopted my stars and stripes as the national flag. My thirteen stripes alternating red and white, with a union of thirteen white stars in a...
Aleigha Glidewell
Two Rock County students will be honored for their writing skills at the Veterans of Foreign Wars District mid-winter meeting on Jan. 2 in Morton. Eighth-grader Aleigha Glidewell and ninth-grader Mary-Frances Ladd, both in the Hills-Beaver Creek School District, wrote winning essays for the VFW...
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