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10 years ago (2007) •Most businesses have responded positively to the smoking ban that takes effect across Minnesota Monday. Public Health Educator Paula Anderson said, “We believe the majority of people are going to embrace the new law, because it’s what Minnesotans wanted, it’s what local folks...
10 years ago (2007) •Four lots in Luverne’s Evergreen II Addition will be taken off the market due to water issues. The Luverne Economic Development Authority approved this action at their Tuesday, Sept. 11, meeting on the recommendation of city engineer Gary Kurth. Kurth, of Rock Rapids firm DGR,...
10 years ago (2007) •Busse’s Plumbing and Heating is outgrowing its current workspace and will expand south of Luverne. Jim Remme, company president, approached the Luverne Planning Commission Monday night about building across from the Verne Drive –In Theatre along south Highway 75. The property,...
10 years ago (2007) •All-terrain vehicle owners will be legally driving on city streets, even without the slow-moving vehicle emblems on their ATVs, as the ordinance first dictated. Those proved difficult to attach to most ATVs, so the Luverne City Council Tuesday amended the city ordinance,...
10 years ago (2007) •Although Rock County has some structurally deficient bridges and functionally obsolete bridges, a tragic collapse isn’t imminent. County Engineer Mark Sehr shared bridge information with the County Board of Commissioners Tuesday. He said he has a lot of questions since the...
10 years ago (2007) •Even though prior businesses have done so, Clyde’s Wash and Detail and U-Haul business may not park on the boulevard because of a 2003 city ordinance forbidding it. Chris Johnson represented the business Tuesday at the Luverne City Council and asked for a variance to that city...
10 years ago (2007) •The Rock County Sheriff’s Department continues its investigation into a string of burglaries and break-ins that occurred in July. Reports ranged from wallets stolen from cars to businesses being broken into with thefts of money and products. Among businesses affected are the...
10 years ago (2007) •The Luverne City Council is planning ahead for next year’s budget and met to discuss the capital budget last week. City Administrator John Call said, “I think we’ll be able to balance the budget and be on solid ground without a huge tax increase.” The estimation is after the...
10 years ago (2007) •Sheriff Evan Verbrugge thinks increased efforts will decrease speeding in school zones. When school starts this year, there will be new reduced speed signs with flashing yellow lights and radar signs telling drivers their speeds. … The cost of the new radar equipment is $1,570...
10 years ago (2007) •Luverne’s Victoria White was both tearful and joyful Tuesday anticipating her son’s return home after serving nearly two years in Iraq. “My emotions are all over the place,” she said, dabbing her eyes. Groups of National Guard soldiers from Luverne and Pipestone were scheduled...

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