February 2022

Dispatch report Feb. 18 •Complainant eastbound on Interstate 90, mile marker 409/410, Valley Springs, South Dakota, reported debris on the road. •Complainant on E. Minnesota Avenue, Steen, reported HRO violation. •Complainant on E. Main Street reported a subject in lobby. Feb. 19 •Complainant on...
The Seventh Annual Get Hooked Ice Fishing Derby Saturday drew 155 registered youth and 150 adults from 53 different zip codes to The Lake in Luverne where anglers snagged nearly 135 pounds of fish in the tournament. Josh DePyper caught the largest fish among adults, Ivan Petersen caught the largest...
Nebraska author Julia Cook talks to her two chihuahua dogs, Tommi and Kirby, Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 16, in the Luverne schools’ performing arts center with elementary students in the audience. Cook’s shirt, which reads, “Nice is the New Cool,” was purchased at a downtown business and fit into her focus of showing young readers how to be lifelong problem solvers.
Visiting children’s book author Julia Cook connected with Luverne elementary students Wednesday, Feb. 16, in the performing arts center. With her two chihuahuas named Tommi and Kirby, she offered once-you’re-out-of-high-school advice. “You don’t have to like to write but if you know how to do it...
Krueger: Township residents should attend annual meeting To the Editor: Township Day is Tuesday, March 8 All township residents have a direct voice and a direct vote with their localgovernment. On Tuesday, March 8, townships will hold their annual meetings on“Township Day.” Make sure to attend to...
Compeer Financial donated $10,000 to Generations Friday to support the remodeling work at Grand Prairie Events, which will be the new Generations home this spring. Pictured are (from left) Barb Bork, George Bonnema, Carlene Boll, Connie Frahm, Janet Majerus, Ken Vos, Marlys Nelson, Pat Barnett,...
10 years ago (2012) •A Steen woman and her husband in Kuwait met for a romantic Valentine’s Day lunch Tuesday at the Coffey Haus in Luverne. … Using Skype software, she had a real-time conversation with her husband, Matthew Hite, who is stationed in Kuwait with the National Guard. It was 9 p.m. in...
The Luverne girls’ basketball team wrapped up its regular season with a 20-4 overall record and a perfect 11-0 record in Section 3AA.  That accomplishment as enough to earn the Cardinals the No. 1 seed in the Section 3AA-South tournament, which begins Saturday, Feb. 26.  Luverne will host the No. 8...
H-BC's Andrew Harris goes to the basket Feb. 15 against Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda. The Patriots went on to the win, 75-54, in the home contest.
The Hills-Beaver Creek boys’ basketball team had a busy stretch of games over the past week when they faced several conference foes at home and away. They rolled to an easy 75-54 win over Heron Lake Okabena-Fulda on Feb. 15, but fell to the Luverne Cardinals Feb. 17 (see the related story) and...
The Luverne Cardinal boys' basketball team won its fifth and sixth games in a row before losing last week for the first time since Feb. 3.  The home victories included a 14-point upset of rival Pipestone Area Feb. 15 and a second win over Hills-Beaver Creek Feb.17 (see related story). The loss was...
Brady Bork sets the puck for the Luverne Cardinals as he prepares for a pass into the middle at the Feb. 10 match against New Ulm.
The Luverne boys’ hockey team fell to New Ulm 5-2 Thursday night at the Blue Mound Ice Arena during the final regular season game before section play begins this week. The Cardinals came out blazing fast in the first period when Owen Sudenga received a breakout pass and chipped a pass around a New...

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