Luverne High School

Zayna Hustoft helps some of the 85 kindergarten through fourth-grade students decorate pumpkin-shaped sugar cookies Saturday morning at the Luverne Elementary School.
Laughter and learning were among the activities Saturday morning during the third-annual Peer Helper Fun Day. Scooter races, face painting and Zoomobile presentations entertained the 85 students in kindergarten through fourth grade as the 24 high school peer helpers organized and operated the event...
Luverne High School marching band drum majors Samantha Ykema (left) and Katerina Siebert display some of the hardware the LHS group earned during the 2015 marching band season.
The Luverne High School marching band members are finished with fall competition, and director Richard Owen is reflecting on what he considers a successful season. “As a director it seemed to me that this season went really fast,” said Owen, who was in charge of 54 band students. There are 19...
Luverne High School Fall Play will be Nov. 6 and 7 in the high school auditorium. Cast and crew members include (front row, left) Christina Casazza, Bethany Starling, Sadie Kindt, Emma Verbrugge, Tatiana Gust, Naomie Daniel, Emily Wendland, Ashlee Boltjes, Tayler Hoogeveen, Gary the Pelican, Jake Henckel, (second row) Michael Kinsinger, Ryleigh Beers, Josh Schoneman, Brandon Claussen, Mira Uithoven, Katerina Siebert, Freddi Stroeh, Nicole Aanenson, Grace Sweeney, Doug Rozeboom, (back row) Aidan Bartels, Pau
Luverne High School students will perform their annual fall play — about a play being conducted in a high school auditorium — in the Luverne High School auditorium next week. “Paranormal High School,” written by Andrew Ross, is set in Bram Stoker High School, home of the Fighting Tarantulas. Its...
Luverne High School marching band members performed a test run for their 2015 season at Saturday night's home football game. According to director Richard Owen, the performance was rough around the edges, considering about 20 band members were out with the football team and the group hadn't...
Casey Hoiland, who is starting second grade in Luverne Elementary, smiles for Lifetouch photographer Jessica Kodada Thursday evening, Aug. 20, in the elementary gym. His dad, Stuart Hoiland (left) observes as Donell Henckel helps to make him smile. Yearbook photographs were part of the district-...
  The Luverne High School Class of 1970 gathered for a 45th reunion Aug. 15 at the home of Tanya Light in Luverne. Pictured are (kneeling, from left) Deb (Fodness) Skyberg, Paul Ormseth, Suanne (Hoiland) Ohme, Dallas Gangstad, Susan Frahm, Wayne Holmgren, Laura (DeBoer) Kuehl, Rosie (Mulligan)...
The annual Cardinal Gold’n Bowl is set for Saturday, Aug. 22, at the Luverne Public School Football Field before the Luverne-vs.-Worthington football game. The Luverne Area Chamber will team up with Gold’n Plump and Glen’s Food Center to serve grilled chicken sandwiches with homemade toppings and...
Incoming Luverne High School Senior Zoe Brown (right) will spend the first semester of the upcoming year attending the same high school as her father, Miles, attended in Warboys, England.
As area students prepare to return to school later this month, Luverne’s Zoe Brown is preparing to return to classes in a different country. The Luverne High School student will spend the first semester of her senior year studying in England. She will attend the same high school her father, Miles,...
Scott Loosbrook’s career path led back to Rock County where he is beginning his own business, Loosbrook Electrical Construction LLC.
More than 20 years after leaving Rock County to work in the Twin Cities, electrician Scott Loosbrock has returned home to start his own business. “The rural farming blood is in me,” he said. Loosbrock graduated from Luverne High School in 1994 and learned his trade from Southwestern Technical...
Jamie Rotert (left), Salem, South Dakota, finishes tuck-pointing with David Niessink last week. The duo placed stone caps on the brickwork before replacing the cast iron bell on top. The bell was originally refurbished and painted as a project by Luverne High School’s Class of 1972.
More than 40 years after it was placed in front of Luverne High School, the cast iron bell pedestal received a needed facelift last week. Since 1972 the pedestal has battled various weather elements while on display near the school’s flagpole. Time had worn away some of the mortar, and the wooden...

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