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The 2021 Luverne High School baseball team included five seniors who graduated May 30. They are (from left) Ethan Beyer, Riley Anderson, Cade Wenninger, Bailey Cowell and Trevor Halverson.
The Luverne baseball team finished doorsteps away from reaching the 2021 state tournament. The Cardinals finished the season with a 20-5 record and fell one game shy of reaching the section championship game. “If we could have played a little better defense, we could have been really, really...
On Friday morning 91 students of the Luverne High School Class of 2021 posed for the annual senior group picture. In a tradition that started more than two decades ago, senior student council members determine a unique and memorable location as a backdrop for the photograph. This year’s picture was...
LSS meals at Generations Monday, Dec. 21: Sloppy Joe filling, choice potato, baked beans, bun, pineapple chunks. Tuesday, Dec. 22: Turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes with gravy, broccoli flowerets, bread dressing, Christmas dessert. Half-Price Day sponsored by Main Street Financial. Wednesday, Dec...
LSS meals at Generations Monday, Dec. 7: Scalloped potatoes and ham, peas and pearl onions, cinnamon baked apples, bread. Tuesday, Dec. 8: Pork loin with gravy, mashed potatoes, steamed corn, bread, brownie. Half-Price Day sponsored by McClure Electric. Wednesday, Dec. 9: Soup, sandwich, pear...
On Tuesday morning city crews put up 92 banners featuring Luverne High School seniors on light poles along Main Street in downtown.
It’s beginning to look like graduation season in downtown Luverne this week with 92 light pole banners honoring students in the Luverne High School Class of 2020. Brian Remme, city electric utility supervisor, began hanging the banners Tuesday morning. “They really look good,” he said. “I think it’...
Cleaning the north side of Hwy 270, east of Hills, are (from left) Dan Ellingson (bending over), Chris Louwagie, Kale Wiertzema, Jason Blosmo and Rex Metzger.
Twenty staff members with Hills-Beaver Creek Public Schools spent Friday morning cleaning the ditches along Hwy 270 between Hills and Steen. Traditionally the senior class completes the fall and spring cleanup but due to the coronavirus and the issuance of distance learning, the students were...
LSS meals at Generations Monday, May 4: Egg bake with sausage, cheesy hash browns, green peas, coffee cake. Tuesday, May 5: Taco salad with taco meat, cheese, salsa, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, corn chips, pineapple, churro. Wednesday, May 6: Chicken noodle soup, candied carrots, choice...
LSS meals at Generations Monday, March 2: Pulled pork on a bun, butternut squash, lettuce salad, cookie. Program: 8:30 a.m. Quilting; 9 a.m. Bone Builders. Tuesday, March 3: Barbecue meatballs, mashed potatoes, peas and carrots, bread, choice dessert. Program: Half-Price Day sponsored by Compeer/...
Senior Michael Kinsinger (far left) maneuvers his kayak pulling a canoe full of garbage removed from The Lake. Tom Brown (center) and Gaige Nath push a discarded tire to shore.
A bur oak tree planted by representatives of the Luverne High School Class of 2019 grows on the Rock County Courthouse lawn in honor of Luverne’s businesses. The 94 graduates of the LHS Class of 2019 spent Friday as “Senior Service Day,” a decades-old tradition of students spending a half day...
Four Luverne Public School seniors appear in the Polished Stone Project video and will present stones to fourth- through eighth-graders at upcoming assemblies. Pictured (from left) are Knute Oldre, Logan Stratton, Bergin Flom and Hailey Franken.
Luverne students will soon carry polished stones in their pockets as reminders to make good decisions on social media and the Internet. The stones are part of the Polished Stone Project to be introduced to Luverne fourth- through eighth-grade students. Four local seniors have been selected to...

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