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Kenneth student earns national recognition Kristoffer Severtson, Kenneth, was among 11 students from Lake Area Technical Institute, Watertown, South Dakota, to participate in the SkillsUSA National Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, June 26-27. Severtson and teammate Gregory Little of Watertown...
Stable, solid, secure — these are words for anything that’s important. Unfortunately, the words do not apply to the support staff situation for people with disabilities in Minnesota. There are more than 8,000 vacancies for the direct support professionals (DSPs) who serve these individuals. It’s...
State Sen. Bill Weber was recognized by the Coalition of Greater Minnesota Cities (CGMC) Aug. 3 during the Coalition’s three-day summer conference in Fergus Falls for his positive impact on the state’s tax policy. Sen. Weber, a Republican from Luverne, is serving his second term in the Minnesota...
American Legion awards Richters The American Legion Auxiliary #123, Luverne, announces that the Department Past President’s Parley Chairman has awarded Brittney Richters one of seven $1,000 scholarships to be paid once she finishes her first semester at college.   Bethany Lutheran releases dean’s...
Luverne natives Abby Klosterbuer, Twin Cities, and Tami Gangestad, Luverne, teamed up to organize an event for 35 nutrition experts in Minnesota. The event was at the Nestle Health Science Global Research and Development Headquarters in Minnetonka Wednesday, March 16. Gangestad and Klosterbuer work...
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New State Farm agent starts Jan. 1 in Luverne The State Farm agent that serviced the Luverne office for the past 30 years, Pat Foerster, retired in June, and a new agent will start in January. David Vetch, formerly of Rapid City, South Dakota, will move to Luverne to fill the position as State Farm...
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