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A local subcommittee is working with sign experts at Axia to develop a comprehensive system of wayfinding in Luverne. “The object of wayfinding is to create a unique, helpful, efficient system that focuses on new visitors, creates efficient routes, points visitors to destination and pulls visitors...
Luverne has been selected to host a focus group for Enterprise Minnesota and the State of Manufacturing. Luverne Economic Development Authority Director Holly Sammons shared details about the focus group with the EDA board Monday morning “The State of Manufacturing is the most comprehensive survey...
Tim Walz and Jeff Johnson won straw polls for governor at Minnesota’s precinct caucuses last week. Walz, Minnesota’s 1st Congressional District representative, is seeking the DFL endorsement for governor. Johnson, a Hennepin County commissioner, is seeking the Republican nod. Both were clear...
Sanford Luverne Hospice recently moved its offices to 304 N. McKenzie Street inside the city of Luverne office building. Hospice director Helen Saum advises hospice visitors to use the city office’s main door located on Luverne Street to reach the hospice office until a public access door is installed on the McKenzie Street side of the building.
Sanford Luverne Hospice’s new office location at 304 N. McKenzie Street is challenging those wanting to visit the new location in person. Earlier this year hospice moved from Luverne’s Main Street to inside the city of Luverne (the former hospital) building. Currently there is no public access into...
The Luverne Cardinal Speech Team finished third in the large team category Saturday at the Pipestone Invitational Speech Meet. Participants who placed or received ribbons at the event were (front, left) Destiny Matthiesen, Sophia Lanoue, Alexa Chesley, Lindsey Roemeling, Solveig Tofteland, Seno Chanthalangsy, (middle) Shane Berning, Xavier Carbonneau, Josie Golla, Julie Ferguson, Jacinda Hustoft, Chance Tunnissen, (back) Naomi Ring and Jonah Louwagie.
The Luverne Cardinal Speech team competed in Pipestone on Saturday and took third-place honors in large team category. There were 337 competitors from 21 schools. “The Pipestone Invitational is one of the larger meets the Cardinals attend each year,” said coach Caroline Thorson. The Cardinals had...
Construction progress continues on Top Notch Carwash south of I-90 near The Bluestem in Luverne. Pete and Kristie Jessen are launching the new business that will be in operation soon, depending on construction weather. The building footprint includes a 30-by-33-foot structure for two self-serve...
Important Dates Feb. 19: FSA office closed for Presidents Day. March 15: 2018 NAP Pasture and Spring-seeded Annual Crops sales deadline; 2018 Crop Insurance Corn, Soybeans, Oats and Spring-Wheat sales deadline. April 2:   2017 Small Grains Loan and LDP request deadline; 2017 LIP application...
Quarter 2 A Honor Roll Seniors: Madelyn Aleman, Pradana Arviano, Hans Bakken, Jarod Berndt, Anthony Cavazos, Isabella Donohue, James Erickson, Alexis Ferrell, Tyler Fick, Anika Gust, Alexis Henrichs, Timothy Lingen, Aric Meinerts, Rachel Oftedahl, Samantha Pierce, Michael Rahm, Mark Robinson, Megan...
The Luverne-Adrian FFA general livestock team traveled to Sioux Falls Jan. 27 for the junior judging competition. FFA’ers placed 33rd out of 54 four-member teams. Team members included Halle Hough, Tyler Fick, Eric Somnis, Kaylie Ossefoort and Leah Wynia. Hough was the team’s highest-scoring...
Skylar Polzine and Taylor Loosbrock were crowned Adrian High School’s 2018 Snow King and Queen during coronation ceremonies Feb. 5. The coronation kicked off a week of boredom-buster activities ranging from dress-up days, scooter hockey and drive your snowmobile to school day.

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