An incoming ballistic missile warning issued in error Saturday morning, Jan. 13, left a Luverne family concerned about their daughter’s safety.
Gary and Janine Papik are featured in the current Southwest Minnesota Initiative Foundation magazine, “Looking Forward, Giving Back.”
Former high school cheerleader Sage Ver Steeg looks like her classmates on the outside, but inside she doesn’t have the energy to keep up with her 17-year-old peers.
Luverne city crews work to remove snow at the corner of Main Street and Highway 75 Tuesday morning, Jan. 23, after several inches blanketed the area during Monday’s blizzard.
Farm Service Agency policy reminders
Question: I recently purchased a trailer that requires yearly tabs. I’m worried the plate will get damaged if I mount it to the manufactures bracket.
Sixty years of social science research shows that adult role models help adolescents by modeling positive, responsible behavior.
To the Editor:
With the new year in progress, we’ve had a chance to reflect on the challenges and blessings of 2017.
Recent stories of missing pets reminded me of a friendship developed through the return of a lost dog and the start of a children’s book.
•Complainant requested welfare check on subject having breakdowns.