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Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on November 5, 1926:   SCHOOL BUILDING IS FORMALLY DEDICATED   Large Throng Attends Exercises and Inspects Luverne’s New High School Friday Evening.   DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS ARE WARMLY PRAISED   Splendid Value and many Merits of New Structure Are...
David Rysdam said one of his students, senior Kristen Ziegler, turned in an exceptional analysis. "She did an outstanding job," he said about her A work.
Trū Shrimp Systems announced last week that Luverne will be home to its first harbor in what will soon be a global shrimp production industry. The economic impact of this business in Luverne — construction of the 9-acre facility, 124 direct and indirect jobs, and several spin-off industries — will...
Beginning last fall, Luverne High School offered 30 eligible students an opportunity to enroll in a semester-long online course through eDynamic Learning. Last week Sierra Wieneke (left), teacher adviser Tom Rops, Jaxon Nelson (sitting) and Ashton Krueger talked about the new learning option.
Forensic science and biotechnology are not typical high school classes, but eligible Luverne students may now have access to them online. LHS offers the online coursework through eDynamic Learning, a Canada-based company created six years ago by a former high school teacher. LHS students were able...
Luverne High School presents its annual spring play March 24 and 25 in the high school auditorium. Cast for “Buckshot and Blossoms” includes (front row from left) Itzel Soto,Julia Ferguson,Brianna Jonas,Ashlee Boltjes,Hannah Ehlers,Alexa Chesley,Anita Cole-Kraty,(middle)Donald Guy,Jocey Cazares,Doug Rozeboom,Josh Schoneman,Gryphon Noerenberg,Jordan Winter,Mela Jarchow,(back)Quinn Graber,Jake Henckel,Logan Bosch,Anna Petronek,Emilee Bartels,Megan Rogers,Aiden Bartels,Arham Ahanaf and Mark McLaughlin.
Fans of Saturday morning television westerns will enjoy Luverne High School’s spring play “Buckshot and Blossoms,” by Tim Kelly. The 21-member cast will perform the 90-minute production at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 24, and Saturday, March 25. (Note the date change from the school calendar.) Sharon...
Several instrumentalists from schools in the Star Herald converage area performed in Marshall Saturday for the Minnesota Band Directors Association Honor Band event including the 9-10 Honor Band conducted by Jay Eichhorst, pictured above.
Local students were among more than 200 instrumentalists from 22 schools in southwest Minnesota selected to participate in the Minnesota Band Directors Association Honor Band event Saturday in Marshall. After a full day of rehearsing with guest directors, students performed a public concert in...
Luverne High School will celebrate Snow Week Jan. 23-27 as a fun winter activity. This year’s Snow Week Winter Court, selected by the teaching staff, are (front row, left) Tommy Norman, Knute Oldre, Christopher Jelken, Dylan Thorson, (back) Madison Schandelmeier, Bergin Flom, Samantha Ykema and...
The Luverne High School Class of 1966 celebrated their 50th class reunion Friday and Saturday, Sept. 23-24. In the first row (from left) are Loren Hemme, Barbara Braa Hasert, Sandy Birkeland Walters, Shirley Rowe VandenHoek, Mary Bode Pick, Bernice Anderson, Carolyn Goembel Wilkens, Martha Mohr,...
Adrian High School will celebrate Homecoming next week, Sept. 26-30. The Homecoming royalty was announced on Monday, and coronation will be at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 26, in the middle school gym. Candidates for royalty are (front row, from left) Katie Reisdorfer, Ashley Schnoor, Jackie Hokeness,...
Samantha Van Maanen plays the xylophone Monday at the music camp hosted by Luverne Street Music in St. Catherine’s Catholic Church, Luverne. The xylophones are new to the fourth annual music camp and were purchased with grants from Continental Western and Red Arrow.
Children at this week’s Luverne Street Music camp were laughing, playing instruments and singing. “We want them to be excited,” said instructor Mistyn Kozisek. “We want them to be creative in front of a group and be comfortable with movement.” For five days, 38 children ages 4 and older...
Workers complete the second to last pass with fine grit sandpaper before the gymnasium floor is ready for the lines to be repainted.
Workers from FLR Sanders of Princeton began sanding decades of sealer layers off the floor of the Luverne Middle/High School gymnasium Monday, June 22, in a $40,000 refinishing project. More than three dozen large plastic garage bags were filled with sawdust from the weeklong project. Sanding was...

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