Jeremy Smith of Luverne found victory lane when he won the A Modified Feature race at Murray County Speedway in Slayton Friday. Pictured above are Aaron Betz, Jeremy Smith and Makenzie Smith.

Smith places first Friday

Luverne’s Jeremy Smith took the checkered flag in the A Modifieds class at Murray County Speedway in Slayton Friday.

Rock County drivers also competed at Rapid Speedway in Rock Rapids, Iowa, Friday night.   

 

Rapid Speedway

Eric Gaul and Colton Arends, both of Luverne, led local drivers at Rapid Speedway when they both placed second Friday.  

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The Luverne Fire Department acquired a 14-foot inflatable watercraft for $10,000 about six months ago, and Fire Chief Dave Van Batavia said the water rescue practice at The Lake on July 7 was time well-spent. “We just wanted to see what it would be like to pull someone over the side of the boat, and what we would do with a backboard to help load a patient into the boat,” Van Batavia said. “That’s why we went out a few different times.”

Local Emergency crews practice water rescue scenarios

The Lake in Luverne served as training grounds for local emergency responders to practice deep-water rescues Tuesday, July 7.

“Kayaking is popular on the river, and there are a lot of people using The Lake in Luverne,” said local paramedic Jill Johnson.

“So, having first responders get experience in the water before an emergency is important.”

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