October

Gavin Wysong looks to evade a defender during H-BC's home football game against Edgerton on Saturday, Oct. 17. The Patriots defeated Edgerton 56-6.
Adapt and adjust. That’s what Covid-19 has required of everyone, and that’s what the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots had to do this week. The Patriots were set up to play Heron Lake-Okabena-Fulda on Thursday, Oct. 15, but just before the game began, it was called off due to quarantine requirements for...
Luverne Football 10/09         @Pipestone Area       W (22-0) 10/16         @Blue Earth Area      L (41-10) 10/23         vs Jackson County    7:00 p.m. 10/30         @Windom                  7:00 p.m. 11/06         vs Redwood Valley    7:00 p.m. 11/13         vs Worthington           7:00 p.m.  ...
The Star Herald reached out to churches for their worship information in the absence of in-person worship services, due to coronavirus social distancing. Those that responded are listed here. Those that would like to have information posted here should call the Star Herald or email editor@star-...
Meetings Vienna Township Board will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 13, in the Kenneth Community Center. American Legion Auxiliary #123 will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14, at the Annabelle Frakes home. Call Diana, 507-283-1934, with questions. Caregivers Support Group, sponsored by A.C.E. of...
An aerial photograph shows the extent of damage caused by the Oct. 6 fire between the acreages of Albert Van Belle (right) and Todd Van Belle. Twenty-one acres of standing corn were destroyed in the blaze.
The Albert Van Belle family farm lost 21 acres of standing corn to a field fire Tuesday, Oct. 6, after a spark from a cornstalk baler caught a gust of wind. Allyson Van Belle said the field caught fire in an instant, and her husband, Nick Van Belle, and his family found themselves disking under...
Jason Berghorst
Well, I took the bait.  It happens about once every two weeks or so.  I replied to a semi-political comment on Facebook.  I should know better.  In my defense, the original post was about the no-barrier COVID testing available this week in Luverne. It wasn’t technically political.  I would have...
To the Editor: Franklin Graham suggested we read our Bible, then go vote. I grew up without ever seeing a Bible. Thankfully I married into a family some 50 years ago and they introduced me to the Book. I would suggest you read the dictionary. Look up socialism and then communism, and then go vote....
Dispatch report Oct. 2 •Complainant on E. Main Street and N. McKenzie Street reported a vehicle following her. •Complainant on W. Main Street reported plates were switched. •Complainant on N. Freeman Avenue reported an extortion scam. •Complainant on E. Veterans Drive reported smelling pot. •...
Beers graduates from St. Olaf        Ryleigh Beers graduated with the Class of 2020 at St. Olaf College in Northfield with majors in history and art  history.        Beers, a 2016 graduate of Luverne High School, is the daughter of Brad and Jane Beers, Luverne.
LSS meals at Generations Monday, Oct. 19: Chicken and noodles, fresh fruit, carrots, bread, ice cream. Tuesday, Oct. 20: Turkey burger, cubed potatoes, green peas, bun, raspberry dream cake. Wednesday, Oct. 21: Cubed beef, mashed potatoes, beets, dinner roll, cinnamon apples. Half-Price Day...

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