Luverne High School

Ashton Sandbulte came close to breaking the all-time Class A state record in the 100-meter dash earlier this month. "That's crazy to think about," he said.
“I guess you could say naturally gifted.” That's how Ashton Sandbulte describes his athletic — and specifically running — abilities.  “My training for track is basically the football season and working with my dad on the farm,” said Sandbulte, son of Curt and Jessie Sandbulte. He completed one of...
Royalty candidates are (front, from left) Trista Baustian, Madee Schmuck, Trygve Gangestad, (back) Brooklynn VerSteeg, Pierce Cunningham, Hope Thorson, Griffen Jarchow, Mary Opitz, Luke Thorson and Casey Sehr
Luverne High School will break up the doldrums of winter with Snow Week Feb. 7-11 with various activities and the crowning of a Snow Week king and queen. The royalty candidates are selected and voted on by LHS teachers and staff as recognition for positive leadership and character in the classroom...
The cost for eligible students to learn to drive through Luverne Community Education increases $15 for the 2022 program year. Classroom and behind-the-wheel instruction will now cost $355 per student. The increase takes effect with classroom sections next month and in June. The approved increase by...
The alumni garden proposed by the Luverne Education Legacy Fund received a boost recently when the KAHR Foundation agreed to fund the project on the east side of the Luverne Middle-High School. School Board members reviewed plans and the initial $1.4 million budget at their Dec. 23 meeting. “There...
Mike Davis pushes pine boughs together for removal from the Luverne Middle-High School Nov. 17. Davis removed 11 large evergreen trees from the front of the school. Many of the boughs have been used by community members to make holiday decorations.
The familiar evergreen trees on the lawn of the Luverne Middle-High School found a new purpose after the 60-year-old trees were recently taken down. Tree removal specialist Mike Davis of Luverne took down the 11 evergreen trees, finishing the project on Nov. 17. “They’ve seen better days,” he said...
Community members, veterans, students and staff gathered in Luverne Middle School-High School Thursday afternoon for a Veterans Day program in the Performing Arts Center. Minnesota National Guardsman Jeff Thacker spoke about military service and what it means to serve. Thacker, who has been...
The Luverne High School Homecoming Royalty pose for a group photo Monday night after the coronation ceremony in the school’s new performing arts center. Pictured (seated from left) are Mia Wenzel, Payton Behr, Belle Smidt, Cedar Viessman, page Hobey Sandbulte, King Casey Sehr, page Charlotte Rensink, queen Brooklynn VerSteeg, Trista Baustian, Billi Connell, Elise Ferrell, Olivia Wieneke, (standing, back) Ethan Rahm, Keaton Ahrendt, Will Serie, Trenton Carson, Gr
Fifty years after his grandfather, Steve Sehr, was crowned LHS Homecoming King, his grandson, Casey Sehr, followed in his footsteps Monday night as Casey and Brooklynn VerSteeg were crowned LHS Homecoming King and Queen respectively in the new performing arts center. Steve said he was crowned...
Luverne High School’s Homecoming Royalty pose for a group picture Monday ahead of the Sept. 20 coronation event. This year’s candidates include (from left) Hunter Ahrendt, Elise Ferrell, Ashton Sandbulte, Trista Baustian, Brooklynn VerSteeg, Casey Sehr, Luke Thorson, Billi Connell, Olivia Wieneke...
Hot asphalt is loaded into the paver Thursday morning, Aug. 19, as the Duininck Inc. crew replaces the surface of Alumni Avenue (formerly North East Park Street) in front of the Luverne Middle-High School. The final asphalt surface is expected to be finished Tuesday.
Duininck Inc. crews pave North East Park Street in front of the Luverne Middle-High School Thursday morning, Aug. 19, before work stopped for rain showers Friday and Monday. Work resumed Tuesday morning during another round of showers with the paving around the school expected to be finished by the...
The last full week of practice wraps up this week for the Luverne High School marching band. On Monday the group learned the maneuvers to this year’s field show, “Music for Life.”
The Luverne High School Marching Band is in its last full week of the 2021 practice camp. On Monday the 54 students were learning a new field routine in the grass area near the high school football field. This year’s program, “Music for Life,” follows four life stages — birth, work, marriage and...

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