Luverne High School

The proposed six-mile recreation trail around the city of Luverne took another step forward when Luverne School Board members approved an easement agreement with the city at their regular monthly meeting Thursday, June 25. Cost of the perpetual and temporary construction easement was $1. School...
Former Hills resident Al Berdahl is a three-time tissue recipient, so his job with the South Dakota Lions Eye and Tissue Bank comes easily. He’s an outreach coordinator and takes the message of organ and tissue donationt to area driver’s education classes. He’s pictured in Luverne on Wednesday, June 24.
Former Hills resident Al Berdahl is a three-time tissue recipient, so his job with the South Dakota Lions Eye and Tissue Bank comes easily. “I’m a walking poster board,” he admitted Wednesday after speaking to a driver’s education class in Luverne High School. “I talk about it to anyone who will...
Luverne High School marching band performs down Main Street, U.S.A., during their trip earlier this month to California.
After six days on the road, the Luverne High School marching band returned home full of stories, experiences, and for director Richard Owen the one and only copy of the group’s studio performance. “I signed a whole lot of paperwork stating I can’t make a copy,” Owen said. “I have the one-and-only...
  The Luverne High School tennis team met some very stiff competition at the state team tennis tournament in Minneapolis June 2. The Cardinals played in their sixth consecutive state team tournament. In their five previous tournament appearances, wins against Minnesota’s best teams have eluded the...
  Luverne High School Honor Roll   Quarter 4 A Honor Roll Seniors: Blair Altman, Jake Aukes, Allison Boltjes, Jordan Bosch, Austin Fick, Samantha Gerloff, Danielle Kneip, Alicia Kontz, Ethan Marshall, Brooke Nattress, Autumn Norman, Lexi Rust, Spencer Schacht, Andrea Severtson, Lexie Severtson,...
Luverne High School Principal Ryan Johnson opened the Class of 2015 commencement exercises.
Despite the interruption from a fire alarm, Sunday’s commencement exercises for Luverne’s Class of 2015 flowed smoothly and focused on the class motto, “We have come a long way, but not half as far as we will go.” Nine of the Class of 2015 high school graduates spoke to the crowd of fellow students...
The high school concert choir wows audience members with their performance of “Frozen Heart” and “Let It Go” from the popular movie, “Frozen.”
Luverne Middle School and High School choir students performed their spring pops concert Friday night, May 8, in the Cardinal Gym. Under the direction of Seana Graber, the groups sang and danced to familiar tunes that have become popular as Disney theme songs. Each of the groups performed their own...
As part of Senior Service Day, the equipment shed receives a new coat of paint and cardinal design. This year’s design was by Spencer Schacht, and helping paint on Friday, May 1, were (from left) Tennessee Bruhn, Alexis Hanson, Jessica Limones, Brooke Nattress and Alexis Hiller.
Each year Luverne High School’s upcoming graduates select a day as Senior Skip Day, celebrating their last days of classes by not attending or skipping school. Instead of trying to keep the students from missing class, district officials have given students a way to earn a half-day off from school...
The Luverne Middle School Jazz Band poses after their spring concert performance Tuesday, April 21, at the American Reformed Church. Jazz band members are (front, left) Elise Jarchow, Ainslie Robinson; (second row) Nathan Lindsley (being held), John Miller; (third row) Destiny Matthiesen, director Richard Owen, Jonah Louwagie, Cade Wenninger; (back) Hunter Sandbulte and Isabel Smeins. Missing is Peter Baustian.
The Luverne Public Schools Instrumental Music Department conducted its 2015 Spring Jazz Concert Tuesday, April 21, at the American Reformed Church in Luverne. According to director Richard Owen, the groups first performed at the church last year and returned because of the facility’s excellent...

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