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Mark Robinson (left) and Sierra Schmuck were selected as Luverne High School’s 2017 Homecoming king and queen.
Sierra Schmuck and Mark Robinson were crowned LHS 2017 Homecoming queen and king at ceremonies Tuesday evening, Oct. 3, in the Luverne High School gymnasium. Schmuck is the daughter of Cory Schmuck and JoDee Haubrich, both of Luverne. Robinson is the son of Wayne and Ann Robinson, also of Luverne...
Seventh-grader ShyAnn Wickherst eats a spoonful of applesauce as Josiah Crevier holds the plastic spoon with a spinning basketball on its end.
Luverne’s middle and high school students assembled in the gymnasium Friday afternoon for a message of perseverance by a South Dakota family whose champion attitude took them to Madison Square Garden and around the world. Bruce and Diane Crevier currently live near Elkton, South Dakota, and operate...
Four Luverne Public School seniors appear in the Polished Stone Project video and will present stones to fourth- through eighth-graders at upcoming assemblies. Pictured (from left) are Knute Oldre, Logan Stratton, Bergin Flom and Hailey Franken.
Luverne students will soon carry polished stones in their pockets as reminders to make good decisions on social media and the Internet. The stones are part of the Polished Stone Project to be introduced to Luverne fourth- through eighth-grade students. Four local seniors have been selected to...
Luverne High School Homecoming king and queen candidates for 2016 are (front, from left) Layne Curtis, Logan Stratton, Soloman Nielsen, Chris Jelken, Dylan Thorson, (back) Itzel Soto Guerrero, Ashton Krueger, Bergin Flom, Madison Crabtree and Mariah Aukes. Coronation activities are Tuesday night...
Acute muscular atrophy has not stopped 19-year-old Baily Vis of Luverne from graduating from high school and preparing to attend the University of Sioux Falls this week.
Like most college freshmen Luverne’s Baily Vis is both nervous and optimistic about starting the next chapter in his life. The prospect of meeting new people and adjusting to a new situation could make any 19-year-old nervous. But Vis is optimistic he will make the adjustment just fine. “I can...
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...
Matt Christensen, a 2009 Luverne High School graduate, is spending more than two years in China as a Peace Corps volunteer.
A 2009 Luverne High School graduate is spending 27 months in China serving as a Peace Corps volunteer and immersing himself in traditional Chinese culture. Matt Christensen, 25, is teaching English at Longnan University of Science and Technology in the city of Chengxuan. Chengxuan is located in...
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...
Thirty-six Luverne High School Spanish students and four chaperones spent ten days in Puerto Rico June 15-24. Pictured are (front, left) Megan Rogers, Tayler Hoogeveen, Ashlee Boltjes, Sierra Schmuck, Madison Crabtree, Carly Serie, Hailey Remme, MaKayla Remme, Zayna Hustoft, (second) Nicole Kneip, Katie Roberts, Sierra Wieneke, Danielle Watts-Boll, Taylor Kern, Melissa Tweet, Hanna Honerman, Hailey Franken, Todd Oye, (third) Emily Bartels, Autumn Hamann, Marissa Fick, Kami Sawtelle, Nick Harder, Kasyn Kruse
Thirty-six Luverne High School students and four chaperones returned Friday from a 10-day trip to Puerto Rico. The trip was organized by Luverne High School Spanish teacher Caroline Thorson as an extension of the lessons learned in her Spanish classes. “The students get to see and use the things...
Barb and Gene Ashby hold a copy of the Luverne High School Class of 2008 yearbook. Their son, Chris, who died in an auto accident 10 years ago, would have graduated that year. In his honor his classmates posed for their senior class picture in front of the Ashby home.
After 16-year-old Chris Ashby was killed in an auto accident July 5, 2006, his parents, Barb and Gene Ashby, established a scholarship in his honor. The first Christopher Martin Ashby Memorial Scholarship was awarded the following spring in honor of their only child. In 2008, the year Chris would...

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