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Resolutions were passed Sept. 10 by the boards of Mound and Luverne townships to vacate two roads pending receipt of a letter from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. A joint public hearing that had opened on June 26 to vacate one mile of 181st Street between 110th and 120th avenues and...
America’s farmers provide us with an abundant food supply. For that their jobs expose them to a unique, sometimes hazardous workplace. Each year since 1944, the third week in September has been recognized as National Farm Safety and Health Week. This recognition has been an annual promotion...
*1303 Northview Crive should be in Area 1, we regret our error.
Local artists Jerry and Kathy Deuschle brought their raku firing system to Take 16 Brewing Company in Luverne Friday night for a special event of their “Clink and Clay” social art series. Participants could choose from among several designs of pre-made pottery that they were able to paint in the...
The intersection of Koehn Avenue and Walnut Street in Luverne’s industrial park will likely be the next 41st Street and Minnesota Avenue, according to Sioux Falls developer John Beck, who purchased Lot 5.
The intersection of Koehn Avenue and Walnut Street in Luverne’s industrial park will likely be the next 41st Street and Minnesota Avenue, according to Sioux Falls developer John Beck. With plans for truShrimp and the National Guard Armory in Luverne’s rapidly growing industrial park, Beck sees...
Tri-State Band Festival Committee Chairman Eric Hartman (right) sells the first 2018 Tri-State Band Festival Button to Luverne Mayor Pat Baustian Tuesday, Sept. 4, at the Luverne Chamber office. This year’s multi-colored button was designed by Luverne High School art student Brianna Jonas....
Marco Gacke holds a bike over his head at the start of the 4K for Cancer, a more than 4,000-mile fundraising trip that began in June. The Luverne High School graduate and 26 others finished the route from Baltimore, Maryland, to Seattle, Washington, in August
Marco Gacke recently experienced a trip of a lifetime, and next summer he wants to pedal cross the country again. Gacke was selected to the Ulman Cancer Fund for Youth Adult’s “4K For Cancer” team last fall in preparation for this summer’s event. He and 26 other teammates pedaled more than 4,000...
The Braucht family attended the Canadian National horse show in support of 13-year-old Ethan (center holding ribbon and horse named Pistol). Pictured with Ethan (from left) are his sister, Annaliese, his dad, Jason, his mom, Sonja, and his brother, Dylan.
If 13-year-old Ethan Braucht wrote an essay, “How I spent my 2018 summer vacation,” it would be about a horse named Pistol and his travels to a foreign country. Braucht competed in the 2018 Canadian National Arabian and Half-Arabian Championship Horse Show Aug. 12-18 in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada....
Workers with AJ Tower Services of Yankton, South Dakota, and Vertical Limit Crane Service of Wanamingo, Minnesota, fully assembled the new wireless telecommunications tower in Magnolia Saturday morning. The 259-foot, self-supporting tower is designed to improve cell phone coverage along the...
Rock County Commissioners approved a conditional use permit for the Walleye Wind Project to construct a meteorological tower in Martin Township near Hills. Commissioners unanimously approved the permit at their Tuesday, Sept. 4, monthly meeting, despite the fact that Rock County Planning and Zoning...

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