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A 1952 Packard Henney hearse recently emerged from a three-year restoration to join the Hartquist Funeral Home fleet of coaches this summer. Jeff Hartquist said he hopes the vehicle will promote family history and relationships that are important in funeral planning.
The process of laying a loved one to rest often involves reminiscing and reconnecting to compose a life history. At Hartquist Funeral Home in Luverne, an antique hearse now helps to bring back memories for families. “Reminiscing about the past helps us understand how we are the people we have...
Given the uncertainty of school activities and athletics this year, Luverne School Board members unanimously waived all activity fees for the 2020-21 school year. School board member Katie Baustian made the motion at the board’s Thursday evening, Aug. 27, meeting to drop all charges. “It’s just...
Charlie Sietsema, Lucas Larson, Jacob Aukes, Madeline Jones, Rudi Vennard
Four new instructors and two full-time substitutes will join the teaching staff of Luverne Public Schools as classes begin Tuesday for the 2020-21 school year. At Luverne Elementary, Madeline Jones will begin her second year of teaching with first-graders. She spent her first year teaching at Tri-...
Harland Strong, 71, Luverne, died Sunday, July 26, 2020, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. A memorial service will be 10 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 3, at Chapel Hill Funeral Home in Sioux Falls. Arrangements are provided by Chapel Hill Funeral Home, www.chapelhillfuneralhome.com.  (0903 DN)
Veta Sandhurst
Veta Sandhurst, 65, Magnolia, died Friday, Aug. 28, 2020, at the Sanford Luverne Hospice Cottage after a six-year battle with multiple myeloma cancer. A funeral service was Wednesday, Sept. 2, at the Dingmann Funeral Home in Luverne. A private family burial will be at a later date. Veta Dohlmann...
Luverne cross country runners opened their season in Pipestone on Thursday, Aug. 27. Tenley Nelson (pictured, center) took home first place for the Cardinals.
Not even the heat could slow down the Luverne cross country team on Thursday, Aug. 27. At the Hiawatha Park in Pipestone, the girls’ varsity runners got their season started off on the right foot by taking home first place at the team’s opening meet of the season. “It’s a very veteran group,”...
Luverne’s Liz Kelm serves the ball during her match against Pipestone Monday night.
Luverne takes pair of duals against Pipestone Area   By Brennen Rupp The Luverne tennis team was running on all cylinders Thursday, Aug. 27, in Pipestone. The Cardinals won every match to defeat the Arrows 7-0. In doubles action, Solveig Tofteland and Lauren Ver Steeg dropped their first set 6-0....
LUVERNE GIRLS’ TENNIS   Aug. 24      Worthington (H)      6-1 (W) Aug. 27      at Pipestone            6-1 (W) Aug. 31      Pipestone (H)         7-0 (W) Sept. 3       at Worthington        4:30pm Sept. 8       at St. James            4:30pm Sept. 10     at Marshall              4:30pm Sept. 14...
Glenda Bremer’s column, “A View from the Pew” appears in the St. John Lutheran Church newsletter, and she has graciously agreed to share the column written for the September newsletter.   I recently embarked on a religious reconnaissance mission to save my fellow Christians from following a path of...

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