Halloween

Minnesota Veterans Home Activities Director Shirley Connor (left) discusses the details of Shirley and Glenn Klingenberg’s entry in the Veterans Home annual Scarecrow Festival with residents Mike Doeden (center) and Bob Tomlinson. The trio took one last look at the 18 scarecrows lining the driveway...
Trunk ‘n Treat set for Tuesday Participating Luverne area businesses will be handing out Halloween treats from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 31. This year Main Street will be closed from the Palace Theatre to the Mall on Main corner.  This will offer a safe way for children to walk down on the road...
the Star Herald took first place in the 2016 event with Andy’s Room from “Toy Story.” Pictured are (from left) Chantel Connell; Rick Peterson; Jenn Kor with her son, Korson, as the Slinky dog; Abbe Kolar with her son, Rhett, as Woody; and Amanda McDonald with her daughter, Cora, as Raggedy Ann.
Luverne’s fourth annual Trunk ‘N Treat was all it promised to be Monday night for Halloween trick-or-treaters who circled downtown Luverne where participating businesses offered candy from decorated trunks. 
Luverne Street Music students performed their first “Live at the Carnegie” event titled “Thrilling Thursday” Oct. 27 in the Carnegie Cultural Center. Performers wore Halloween costumes as they performed in the upstairs Tocatta room. Pictured are (front, from left) Marcus Papik, Sophia Remme, Ella...
Becca Milo
Hundreds of goblins, ghouls, princesses and minions stromed the streets of downtown Luverne for the annual Halloween Trunk N' Treet Friday, Oct. 29. The Luverne Area Chamber and participating businesses hosted the event, handing out treats from the trunks and back ends of decorated cars, SUVs and...
  Minions ruled the roost at Continental Western Group in Luverne Friday as employees dressed in Halloween costumes in honor of Saturday’s holiday. Pictured are (front, from left) Doug Sadler, Natilee Woodley, Sam DeBates, Missy Bosch, Nadine Schoep, Vickie Van Dyke, Krista Ahrendt, (back) Jackie...
The summer drive-in season is over, but Glenn Burmeister and a local film producer are rolling out the red carpet Saturday night at the Verne Drive-in for a Halloween movie premiere event. The cast and crew of the South Dakota-produced horror film, “Bonejangles,” will be on hand to meet and greet...
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