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The Luverne Retail Marketing Group is joining the Thursday night schedule on the last Thursday of the month from May through August. These businesses invite the community to come down to Main Street this summer to enjoy live music, food, other entertainment and special shopping offers as they...
Luverne Public Schools has filled all but two of the open teacher positions for the upcoming 2016-17 school year. Board members approved the hiring of a middle/high school counselor and instructors in life science, social studies and physical science at their April 28 meeting. A familiar face was...
The Minnesota Corn Growers Association will offer free nitrate screenings Monday to help farmers address water quality. Farmers can have their wells, ditches, streams and tile outlets water tested for nitrates free of charge to check water conditions and nutrient loss on their own farms. The...
May is the U.S. Parachute Association’s Learn to Skydive month, and Skydive Adventures will host a free first-jump training class for those interested in learning to skydive. The event will be Saturday, May 14, at Quentin Aanenson Field, Luverne, which is the club base for Skydive Adventures. A...
The Rock County Corn and Soybean Growers Association donated $500 to the Two-Buck Tuesday meal program at the Senior Citizens Center in Luverne on April 29. Pictured are (from left) Lucas Peters, Janice Fick, Helmer Haakenson, Mary Akkerman, and Alan Altman.
Pictured (from left) Jim Remme, owner of Busse Plumbing and Heating and Dale Halgren, Regional Sales Manager, Terra-Therm, Inc.
Busse Plumbing and Heating receives 2015 Terra-Therm Distinguished Dealer Award for Excellent Service Busse Plumbing and Heating of Luverne received the 2015 distinguished dealer award from Terra-Therm, Inc. on Thursday, April 28. Terra-Therm Inc., New Richland, recognizes five dealers throughout...
A Luverne woman and two South Dakota individuals appeared in Rock County District Court Thursday afternoon, April 28, for their alleged roles in a drug seizure orchestrated by the multiple law enforcement agencies and the U.S. Postal Service.   Gayle Marie Hartz, 58, Luverne, Shawn Russell Sorenson...
Sage Viessman (left) and Blaik Bork lead the Second Annual Cardinal Dash Friday afternoon around the Luverne School Campus. Fifth-grade teacher Gordie Hansen (far right) monitors the more-than-one-mile course.
Friday’s weather was ideal for the Second Annual Cardinal Dash, but fundraising goals fell short for the Parents Partners in Education event. PPIE will have around $10,000 to support its various events, down from last year’s $12,600 amount. “Overall, everyone seems to enjoy it,” said organizer Anne...
Mitchell Graber (front) composed a song for Friday's band concert. He's pictured with his choral director Seana Graber and band director Richard Owen.
Seventeen-year-old Mitchell Graber hopes to write music for Disney someday. The Luverne High School junior composed a song called “Glory” that will be performed during Friday night’s spring band concert. The song has an action film sound to it, and it’s the first in a portfolio that Graber hopes...

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