Luverne

Rick Peterson of the Rock County Star Herald and Luverne Announcer works on the paper’s entry Monday night for the upcoming Love the Light display in Luverne City Park.
Last year students from the Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities class organized a “Snow and Glow” event at the Luverne City Park as a one-time group fundraiser. The event built on the city’s “Nutcrackers on Patrol” Christmas display of the previous year. The Christmas lighting show planned for...
In a Monday afternoon ceremony, Dennis Moritz (left) and Lisa Dinger are named the 2019 Teacher of the Year and the Friend of Education, respectively, in a ceremony hosted by the Luverne Education Association at the Luverne Elementary commons.
Moritz receives LEA Teacher of the Year honor Sometimes celebrities are referenced by only their first or last name out of respect for their talents. In the case of Luverne Education Association’s newest Teacher of the Year, he, too, is often called by a single name. Dennis Moritz — or “Moritz” to...
Luverne city leaders continue to seek solutions for the community’s housing shortage, and recent land transactions will help address those needs. At their Nov. 12 meeting, Luverne City Council members approved an amendment to the 2019 budget to allow for the purchase of 10 acres of land from Lynn...
Jennifer Johnson with CHS (at front, standing) and Matt Mostad (not pictured) introduced a video about the agricultural-based business with Jaycox Implement in Luverne representatives Brett Hood (sitting, left) and Mark Ommen (right) talking to students about precision farming and other potential careers in the agriculture, food and natural resources industry.
Luverne High School ninth-graders participated in a new Career Day activity Nov. 13 when invited community members shared insights into their jobs and career fields. Six career areas were represented, and students selected two sessions based on where they showed interest from results of their...
Duncan and Alison Benjamin show their finished work.
Jerry and Kathy Deuschle hosted a raku firing event at their studio north of Luverne Saturday when more than a dozen participants learned the fine art of using glaze, heat and flames to affect the outcome of their finished pottery pieces. At the end of the day, 14 new pieces had been fired and...
Several Luverne students attended BestPrep summer business camp in June in Minneapolis. They are (from left) Jordan Winter, Lindsey Roemeling, Solveig Tofteland, Seno Chanthalansy, Alexa Chesley and (not pictured) Lilli Donohue and Jacinda Hustoft.
In June several Luverne High School students participated in a weeklong business, career and financial literacy camp called Minnesota Business Venture (MBV). They are Seno Chanthalangsy, Alexa Chesley, Lilli Donohue, Jacinda Hustoft, Lindsey Roemeling, Solveig Tofteland and Jordan Winter. The local...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in The Rock County Star on November 6, 1931.   Luverne Cuts Employees’ Salaries $2000   Ten Per Cent Reduction To Lower Tax Levy One-Fifth; Every Office Is Affected   George DeLate, Superin-tendent of Light Plant, Takes Biggest Loss — Town Police to Receive $90 Per Month  ...
Laurie Wenzel
Laurie Anne Wenzel, 63, Yankton, South Dakota, died Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019, at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. A memorial was Sunday, Nov. 17, at Wintz and Ray Funeral Home in Yankton, South Dakota. Laurie Foight was born Feb. 23, 1956, to LeRoy and Marian (Anderson) Foight in...
Many Christians will celebrate the season of Advent beginning in the month of December. The season of Advent focuses our attention mainly upon the second coming of Jesus. Christmas, the following season, focuses on Christ’s first coming. Jesus is coming again! In the 21st chapter of Luke Jesus says...

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