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These sharp-dressed snowmen on West Luverne Street caught the attention of passing motorists Monday afternoon as their creators were putting on the finishing touches. Jennifer Nath-Huls, who lives there, shared this with the Star Herald at the end of the day. Pictured are (from left) Jocelyn Hartz...
Luverne Fire Department members made quick work of this car fire Wednesday, Feb. 10, in the Rock County Implement parking lot. Nobody was injured in the event, but the car, owned by Joel Thacker, appeared to be a total loss.
Luverne Middle School teacher Jerry Benson will receive the Minnesota Council for Social Studies Lifetime Achievement Award March 6. He is pictured in this 2015 file photo with Sen. Amy Klobuchar.
Luverne teacher Jerry Benson is among four teachers to be honored by the Minnesota Council for Social Studies. Benson will receive the MCSS’s 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award during a March 6 banquet in St. Cloud. Benson has taught geography, psychology, world history, civics and American history in...
Luverne Speech Team members earned the first-place large team sweepstakes trophy Saturday at the 2015 Redwood Falls Invitational Speech meet. Members include (front row, from left) Kat Siebert, Ryleigh Beers, Emily Wendland, Derek Krueger, Paul Witte III, Hannah Hoogland; (second row) Nicole Hoogland, Courtney Wendland, Dylan Thorson, Samantha Ykema, Shane Berning, Gunnar Oldre, Mikayla Wiederhoeft; (third row) Cameron Wessels, Anika Gust, Jacinda Hustoft, Knute Oldre, Grace Sweeney, Sage VerSteeg, Jonah Lo
The Luverne Speech Team took the first-place sweepstakes trophy at the Redwood Valley Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 13. Twenty-five members of the Luverne team were entered in the tournament, where 254 students competed representing 18 schools. Derek Krueger (great speeches) and Knute Oldre (...
Monday’s blizzard prevented photographer Brian Peterson from traveling to Luverne for a presentation on the “State of Wonders” book he co-authored. The book features the prairie and natural features of the Blue Mounds State Park and Rock County, and Peterson’s talk would have tied in with Luverne’s...
At their Feb. 2 meeting, Rock County Commissioners reconsidered paying a $750 fire services bill they denied last month. Attending the meeting were seven officers and/or directors from Clinton, Luverne, Mound and Magnolia townships. Those townships, plus portions of Vienna and Kanaranzi, are...
Preston Gunderson of Youth Frontiers, Minneapolis, leads Luverne Elementary School fourth-graders in an exercise during Thursday’s Kindness Retreat in the Blue Mound Banquet Center.
Luverne Elementary School fourth-graders learned lessons in kindness Thursday during an annual Youth Frontiers retreat at the Blue Mound Banquet Center. Leaders Hannah Tjoflat and Preston Gunderson talked to students about why and how to make kind choices, how words and actions affect others and...
Vice chairperson Katie Baustian took the helm Jan. 28 during Luverne School Board’s first meeting of the year. Baustian moved into the chair position and, by unanimous votes, Jodi Bosch becomes vice chair. She had served previously as the board’s clerk. Shelley Sandbulte, the board’s former...
The Southwest Crisis Center will sponsor an “Orange-Out” event in recognition of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month at the Windom vs. Luverne double-header basketball game on Thursday, Feb. 11, in Windom. All four teams will join together to raise awareness during this game by wearing orange....
Luverne Speech Team members who traveled to Saturday’s competition in Worthington include (front row, from left) Xavier Carbonneau, John Miller, Zoe Brown, Paul Witte, Derek Krueger, Gunnar Oldre, Courtney Wendland, Adriana Gonzalez, (second row) Alexa Chesley, Hannah Ehlers, Sage VerSteeg, Jacinda Hustoft, Jessica Anderson, Hannah Hoogland, Nicole Hoogland, Mikayla Wiederhoeft, (third row) Cameron Wessels, Shane Berning, Jonah Louwagie, Sophia Lanoue, Griffin Ahrendt, Jocy Cazeres, Destiny Matthiesen, (bac
The Luverne speech team participated in its first invitational of the season Saturday, Feb. 6, in Worthington. Twenty-one teams with a total of 270 students competed in thirteen categories. Luverne placed fourth as an incomplete team. Several LHS veteran speakers had other commitments Saturday...

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