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The Rock County Sheriff’s Office and the Rock County Ambulance were called to a two-vehicle accident with possible injuries at 3 p.m. Monday at the intersection of Dodge Street and North Freeman Avenue in Luverne. Amanda Goettig, 23, Hardwick, was driving a 2006 Chevrolet Impala and was traveling...
Minnesota corn made history Tuesday when Alaska Airlines flew with alcohol-to-jet biofuel made from corn at the Gevo plant in Luverne. The recently certified fuel underwent extensive testing and analysis and received certification from ASTM International last month. Tuesday’s flights were the first...
Minnesotans can take children 15 or younger fishing without licenses on Friday, June 10, to Sunday, June 12, during Take a Kid Fishing Weekend. “This weekend is a way to introduce a kid to fishing without purchasing a fishing license,” said Jeff Ledermann, angler recruitment, retention and...
Kyle and Knute Oldre were touring the Alamo in San Antonio at the time their pickup and hunting supplies were stolen.
A Texas hunting trip became a nightmare for Luverne’s Kyle Oldre and his travel companions last week when his truck and their guns and possessions were stolen. Plans for wild boar hunting were shaping up nicely when Kyle and his son, Knute, arranged to meet Kyle’s father-in-law, Tim Dispanet, in...
Arthur Moeller Legion Auxiliary President Lorna Bryan places a remembrance wreath Monday morning at the American Legion Memorial Day program in Hardwick.
Don Reker’s speech Monday morning in Hardwick wasn’t from the perspective of a soldier. Instead, the rural Jasper farmer spoke from the point of view of a family member who lost a loved one during the Vietnam War. “I have no message of patriotism on this Memorial Day except I know Bob was willing...
John Oksness (right) blesses the new plaque dedicated Monday afternoon for Mgsr. Francis Sampson at St. Catherine Cemetery in Luverne as Father Tom Jennings (center) and the St. Catherine Knights of Columbus watch. Oksness led a citizens group to raise money, design and erect the monument to...
Luverne Elementary fourth-graders Gavin DeBeer (left) and Uriel Hernandez hold two of the hundreds of pairs of shoes students at Luverne Elementary School donated last month to children in Belize.
In the final weeks of the 2015-16 school calendar, Luverne Elementary’s fourth-grade teacher Jennifer Engesser asked students for their shoes. “I figured we are coming to the end of the school year and many have outgrown their shoes,” she said. Engesser’s request yielded various styles of footwear...
Five Luverne High School juniors will represent the Hardwick and Luverne American Legion and Auxiliary units this month at the upcoming Boys and Girls State events. Pictured (from left) are Emma Mumme, Griffin Ahrendt, Tianna Doppenberg, Dylan Thorson and Knute Oldre.
Five Luverne High School juniors will learn more about how the U.S. government works in an experience reserved for a few select students. Minnesota American Legion and Auxiliary-sponsored Boys and Girls State is open only to high school juniors and is financed by local Legion and Auxiliary groups....
Seniors (from left) Malik Herman, Tara Kremin, Maggie Kruse, Megan Popkes, Hanna Hieronimus and Trei Hinrichs sing for a final time with the Ellsworth choir.
Hills-Beaver Creek School District officials were reluctant to tout that the H-BC Class of 2016 comprised of nine seniors was the smallest in the school’s 51-year history, but its top students embraced the significance in their student address at Friday night’s commencement. Valedictorian Thea...
Luverne will kick off summer this weekend with its 32nd annual Buffalo Days celebration. “This year we have more great things to do on Buffalo Days Weekend than ever,” said Luverne Chamber Director Jane Wildung Lanphere. “Thanks to local businesses and organizations, the weekend is filled with fun...

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