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After three days of free COVID-19 testing at Grand Prairie Events last week, 545 people received nasal swab tests. Of them, 26 were positive and 519 were negative. According to Shawn Schloesser of the State Emergency Operations Center, the event accomplished what it was supposed to. “We were very...
This black-and-white image of the Palace Theatre recently surfaced in the negative file at the Rock County History Center. The photo by Jim Herreid shows crowds of people wrapped around the block along Freeman Avenue along the west side of the Palace building during a Wednesday Night Free Movie...
Viola Uithoven
Viola M. Uithoven, 87, Luverne, died Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020, at her home at Good Samaritan Communities – Poplar Creek Estates in Luverne. A private family service was Saturday, Oct. 17, with burial following at Memory Gardens Cemetery near Luverne. Memorials may be directed to Client Community...
The Luverne Cardinals were handed their first loss of the football season on Friday, Oct. 16, against Blue Earth Area 41-10. With the loss the Cardinals drop to 1-1 on the season. During the first possession of the game Blue Earth took the ball down the field on six plays to score a touchdown. The...
Elise Ferrell goes up for a kill against the Pipestone Area Arrows on Tuesday, Oct. 13. The Cardinals fell to the Arrows 3-0.
The Luverne Cardinals girls’ volleyball team failed to break into the win column last week, dropping a pair of matches. The Cardinals were swept by the Pipestone Area Arrows on Tuesday, Oct. 13, in Luverne. They then lost a tight contest to Windom, 3-2, on Thursday, Oct. 15. The Cardinals were...
As the people of God came into the land that God had promised, God first instructed them to bring to the holy place a first fruits offering. A portion of what God had first given them was to be shared with the Levites (Priests), foreigners, orphans, and widows. As God had blessed them, they were to...
Since the 2020-21 school year began, Luverne School District has recorded 135 COVID-19 related absences. In the week leading up to the Oct. 8 reporting period, active cases dropped to
It’s been a challenging start to the 2020-21 school year for the Luverne district where learning resumed amid a major construction project and a pandemic health threat. With the “hybrid learning model” elementary students attend in-person classes every day while the middle-high school students are...
Luverne's Doug Bos (left) reacts to a swab by nurse Sherry Donnahoo Tuesday afternoon at the COVID-19 test site in Luverne.
A handful of Minnesota National Guardsmen descended on Grand Prairie Events in Luverne Monday and within two hours turned the events center into a COVID-19 community test site. The Minnesota Department of Health is in its fourth week of offering free, “no barrier” tests in communities around the...
Luverne's LeShad Smith looks for open field after catching a pass against the Pipestone Area Arrows on Friday, Oct. 9.
For the second straight year the Luverne Cardinals defeated the Pipestone Area Arrows to claim the Battle Axe. Last season the Cardinals edged the Arrows 13-12. This time around there was no doubt who the better team was, with the Cardinals blanking the Arrows 22-0. The two rivals struggled to move...
Dale Maranell
Dale L. Maranell, 71, Luverne, died Saturday Oct. 10, 2020, at his home. A time of fellowship will be from 4-6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 18, at the Dingmann Funeral Home in Luverne. Burial of cremains, with full military honors provided by the Luverne American Legion and VFW, will be at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct...

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