One of Luverne’s most celebrated World War II veterans died Thursday, Oct. 26, leaving behind a legacy of military service in a community that meant the world to him.
Two hundred poultry processing employees are considering job options since Pilgrim’s Pride announced last week the Luverne plant will close Dec. 29.
Local leaders are bracing for Dec. 29 when 200 workers are displaced from the Pilgrim’s Pride chicken processing plant in Luverne.
Luverne district residents will vote Nov. 7 on a $23 million bond referendum for school building upgrades and improvements.
Luverne School District residents will vote Tuesday on a school referendum that asks two questions.
Luverne School Board members approved the purchase of new floor exercise equipment in action taken at their Oct. 26 meeting.
Local emergency crews responded to a corn chopper fire west of Luverne along County Road 8 Wednesday, Oct. 25.
A text message tip led the Rock County Sheriff’s Office to arrest a Luverne man for four counts of fifth-degree drug possession.