Luverne City Council members tackled a weighty agenda on their first meeting of 2018 on Tuesday, Jan. 9.
Minnesota Army National Guard Specialist Matt Niessink recently cleared two of four hurdles toward his goal of becoming the Best Warrior in the Army National Guard.
Dressed in his favorite color, black, and a tie bedazzled with Swarovski crystals, motivational speaker Nick Scott took stage in the Luverne Middle-High School auditorium amid the students’ loud ch
Temperatures hovered around zero degrees Saturday night at the Blue Mounds State Park, but an estimated 300 park visitors bundled up and set out under a starry sky to hike along candlelit trails.
Dave and Teresa Hup survived carbon monoxide poisoning over the holidays, and they’re sharing their story to alert others to the potential risk.
“Poverty: What’s YOUR Baggage,” a free dinner theater performance, was presented Monday night at Grand Prairie Events in Luverne to 120 audience members.
Smart phones are putting children in danger, according to Alison Feigh with the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center.
Sherri Thompson became chairwoman of the board Tuesday, Jan. 9, at the Rock County Commissioners’ first meeting of 2018.
It’s satisfying to find you’re doing something right. It’s even more rewarding (literally) to learn that doing the right thing actually pays in real dollars.