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The Luverne Chamber and Convention and Visitors Bureau recently announced the winners of the first half of the 2021 CVB Photo Contest. “The CVB judge had a very difficult time determining the winners, because there were so many great entries,” said Chamber Director Jane Wildung Lanphere. “Thanks to...
Luverne city officials got a bird’s eye view of construction progress on wastewater treatment plant improvements, thanks to drone images by Cade Wenninger. They hired the Luverne High School senior through his Skygenix business started through the CEO program (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities...
Cade Wenninger, a Luverne High School junior, developed a aerial photography business called Skygenix and uses a drone to take the pictures. Last week, Wenninger used the drone to document LHS’ participation in #BeTheLight in which the school turned stadium lights on at each of the spring sport venues.
Sometimes pictures from the ground don’t tell the whole story. Luverne High School junior Cade Wenninger last week showcased aerial photographs he captured through his Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities class. “I always thought the drone pictures on the Internet were really neat,” he said. Late...
Workers Jason Lanpher and Brian Vinslauski (right) from Ellis & Eastern clear the railroad tracks east of Luverne Monday morning as the area continues to recover from a severe winter storm that brought arctic cold, high winds and several inches of snow to the area Friday and Saturday.
When skies cleared and the winds died down Sunday morning, the arduous task of snow removal began in earnest across the region by any and all means available, ranging from snow shovels and ATVs with blades to farm machinery and powerful municipal equipment.
Members of the Blue Ribbon 4-H Club constructed a “Fair Bus” out of a large round bale as their entry in the “scarecrow contest” to promote the Rock County Fair. The fair began Wednesday and activities go through Saturday at the fairgrounds in Luverne. The outside exhibit had ideal weather...
The April issue of National Geographic Magazine includes a collection of Minnesota photographs titled “93 Days of Spring” by Jim Brandenburg. The “93 Days of Spring” contains more photographs than any other feature in the 128-year history of National Geographic Magazine. The previous record was...
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