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Students pack ingredients during the 2015 event in Luverne.
The 2016 Rock Area Kids Against Hunger Food Packing Event will be from 9 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, through 3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30, in the Luverne High School gym. Students from four area school districts, community members, faith community members, leaders, businesses and others will pack food for...
On Monday retired football referee Mike Cox will instruct interested persons about the popular gridiron game called “Football 101 for Moms,” offered through Luverne Community Education. Cox will focus on explaining the game, whether moms watch a high school, college or pro football game.
For an hour on Monday moms of football players can learn about the gridiron game and put their fears to rest while their child safely plays the popular Friday night game. Luverne’s Mike Cox teaches “Football 101 for Moms” through Luverne Community Education from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday in the CE802...
Luverne’s Main Street comes to life Tuesday morning as the sun rises in the east to start another mild, late summer day that promised temperatures near 80 degrees. Fall officially begins Thursday, Sept. 22, and the forecast for those first autumn days calls for a marked change of climate to cooler...
According to the National Alliance for Mental Illness, one in five people experience some form of mental illness in a year. It may be depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress syndrome, substance abuse disorder or something more involved. And encountering someone in mental or emotional crisis is...
The tax levy in Luverne may increase by 5.13 percent, according to action at the Tuesday, Sept. 13, City Council meeting. As required by law, the city of Luverne set its proposed 2016 tax levy (payable in 2017) at the meeting; the levy can be lowered at a later date but not increased. The City...
“Country Sunrise,” by Caryn Harrington of Adrian was a winner in the August Prairie Photo Contest.
The Luverne Convention and Visitors Bureau has announced the winners of the August 2016 Prairie Photo Contest. “Country Sunrise,” by Caryn Harrington of Adrian, and “Touch the Sky Night Lights,” by Thomas Jungroth of Crystal, were named the August winners according to a judging panel comprised of...
Seven years after submitting an application to renew its demolition landfill permit, Rock County is on the final steps of completing that process. On Sept. 7 the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency opened the comment period with a “Public Notice of Intent to Reissue” letter. Interested individuals...
It’s healthy for children to be involved in activities, but not all families can afford them. That’s why the Luverne Child Guide Program is accepting donations for a scholarship program to help all young people have the same access to educational and developmental outcomes. “The program helps...
Rock County received the last of its flood relief monies for repairing agricultural land damaged two years ago. The additional $347,000 brings the total amount received in the county to just over $1.784 million. Doug Bos, assistant director of the county’s Soil and Water Conservation District/Land...
Candidates for this year’s Hills-Beaver Creek Homecoming are queen candidates (front, left) Haley Leuthold, Hunter Harvey, Jasmine Lingen and Mckayla Kolbrek, and king candidates (back, left) Jed Burgers, Zach Scholten, Logan Leuthold and Isaiah Vis. Homecoming Week activities at the high school...

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