Luverne High School

Luverne High School students will compete Saturday in the Minnesota State High School League One Act Play competition in Pipestone with their performance of “Spreading the News,” by Lady Gregory. The team includes (front, from left) Melanie Rittenhouse, Parker Carbonneau, Xavier Carbonneau, (second row) Nicole Hoogland, Seno Chanthalangsy, Kaitlyn Jacobs, Stepan Orletskyy, (back) Chance Tunnissen and Josie Golla. Not pictured is Mia Wenzel and Burke Johnson.
Luverne High School One-Act Play students will perform “Spreading the News,” by Lady Gregory, at the Region 3A subsection 10 Minnesota State High School League event at Pipestone High School. The dress rehearsal will take place 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23, at the Palace Theatre in Luverne. The public...
A week after receiving the kit, Melanie Rittenhouse (left), Jonah Friedrichsen, Martin Anderson and Marshal Oakes have the base assembled for Luverne High School’s first industrial-sized robot.
With $9,900 in hand, the Luverne High School robotics team is setting its sights on the first competition in late February. Adviser Aaron Perkins and students hosted the team’s first parent information meeting Jan. 8 with an eye on the calendar. “We have 51 days and this is Day 2,” he said. “We...
With the 2020 Census coming on April 1, teacher David Rysdam used the timely topic as an assignment in his Luverne High School government class. “In many ways the census is more important and has a potentially greater effect on local communities than any legislation passed in the federal government...
The Luverne High School Class of 1954 gathered at the Luverne Country Club in September for a 65th class reunion. Pictured are (front, from left) Dorothy Woolsey, Nona Lehmann, Lloyd Matthiesen, Carol Halverson, Drew Gilbertson, (second row) Peggy Schmidt, Rosemarie Dietrich, Rosemary Herman, Joan...
The Luverne Middle-High School lobby prior to the remodel.
progress was revealed Friday when the plywood walls around the former theater were removed. The former theater entrance area now serves as a gathering space in the new concessions area.   The former theater was remodeled into the new music suites for the band and choir programs that were finished...
students are seeking help from the community for an upcoming class about the effects of global tariffs on local economies. “I like to look at local issues as a way to cover the content,” said government teacher David Rysdam, who is in his fourth year of teaching in Luverne. “The trade war has been...
The Luverne High School Class of 1959 gathered for a 50th reunion Sept. 14 in The Bluestem restaurant, Luverne. Pictured are (front, from left) Pat Phillips, Carol Wulf, Sandra Winter, Sharon Mulvihill, Judy Smeins, (second row) Curt Dooyema, Steve Hoiland, Fred Cook, Bill Mulligan, Eleanor Van...
Dale Nelson (left) and Greg Antoine outline the development of an official pickleball court July 9 at the Luverne High School tennis courts.
Thanks to a grant from the Luverne Area Community Foundation and some work by local residents, a new sport is taking off in Luverne. Greg and Barb Antoine worked with Luverne Community Education to submit a grant request to the LACF for Luverne’s first official pickleball court. The court was built...
By Lori Sorenson In the April 30 poverty simulation at Grand Prairie Events, Luverne High School student Alyssa Nattress was assigned the role of a 9-year-old whose mother was in prison and her father wasn’t in the picture. She and her 7-year-old brother lived with their disabled grandpa and their...
Seventh- and eighth-graders sang numbers from the movie, “Grease.” Ninth- and 10th-grade girls choir sang, “I have a Dream,” “Thank you for the Music” and Dancing Queen.”
The Luverne Middle School and High School choirs performed their annual pops concert Friday, May 18, in the Luverne Elementary School gym under the direction of Seana Graber. Students wore fashion appropriate for the different eras and movies featured in their performances.

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