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Director Shirlee Gilmore led 88 Luverne Elementary kindergartners in Friday’s production of “The Best That I Can Be” in the school’s gymnasium. The group performed five songs about their school day. “It’s a sneak peek of what our kindergartners have learned this year,” Gilmore said. Counting,...
Manley Tire and Oil received the Mr. Tire and Big 3 Tire Top Shop Award, which recognizes excellence among K&M Tire dealers across the United States. Manley Tire owner Trudy Deutsch is pictured with her son, Joel Vanderburg, who manages the business.
The tiny border town of Manley, Minnesota, received national attention earlier this year when Manley Tire and Oil was honored in Chicago, Illinois. The local business received the Mr. Tire and Big 3 Tire Top Shop Award, which recognizes excellence among K&M Tire dealers across the United States...
Youth in Rock County can help serve local residents and communities while strengthening their personal faith during a stay-at-home mission trip planned for next month. “Rock the Edge” is a group of youth leaders and teens from Rock County who strive to bring Christian youth together for service and...
Brian Gacke, who operates Gacke Goat Company on the western edge of the Hardwick city limits, would like to operate a goat slaughtering facility near his current operation. When he approached the city council in March, he expressed interest in operating the business in a portable trailer or in the...
The child care “crisis” has attracted attention of state lawmakers who on Monday passed legislation in the Senate to alleviate some pressures affecting providers. Luverne’s Bill Weber authored one of three bills that passed with bipartisan support to encourage existing child care providers to...
Rock County townships and the Luverne Fire Department have signed contracts outlining the fire protection services Luverne will provide to rural residents. Townships will pay $100 less per section under the terms of the new agreement. The cost of responding to an emergency and value of the...
Heavy earth moving equipment has been on site of the future “Reisch Addition” north of Rock County Opportunities. The city purchased the former Reisch acreage last year for the purpose of future residential housing. The Luverne Fire Department conducted a training burn on the house, and its remains...
Luverne city officials are wrapping up a series of legal transactions to prepare for the new $4 million electrical substation in the industrial park. At the April 24 meeting, City Council members sold a lot on North Spring Street to Rich Dreckman, who sold his property in the industrial park to the...
Luverne-Adrian chapter attends state FFA convention   By Mavis Fodness Twelve members of the Luverne-Adrian FFA Chapter attended the State FFA Convention April 22-23 at the University of Minnesota-St.Paul campus and the state fairgrounds. Attending were Halle Hough, Eric Somnis, Austin Henning,...
A recent conditional use request approved April 16 by the Rock County Commissioners prompted discussion about local land use. “The zoning ordinance regulates how far you can put a new confinement building as it relates to residences,” said County Attorney Don Klosterbuer. No limits exist locally,...

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