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Free coronavirus testing will continue at Luverne Public Schools for the upcoming school year. A grant from the Minnesota Department of Education will support the three tests available in the 2021-22 school year. Available tests include an at-home, over-the-counter option, the cue test administered...
To encourage more Luverne students to attend games and activities at home, the Luverne Board of Education voted unanimously to waive the $4 student ticket fees. The decision was made at a special Thursday night, Aug. 19, meeting, and the waiver of fees is effective immediately. Adult single tickets...
Fifty students, parents and faculty from Hills-Beaver Creek High School pose for a picture outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The group was the first to take part in the school’s World Classroom field trip June 25-28. Participants include (front row, sitting, from left) Kadence Rozeboom, Harli Rozeboom, Jamesyn Klosterbuer, Mya Erickson, Abigayl Olson, Isabella DeBoer, Steph Bass, (second) Tedra Voss, Gavin Voss, Lexxus Wessels, Sawyer Borch, Cameron Allen, Izzy Wysong, Ella Sammons, Abbie Harris,
History books came alive for 50 parents, students and faculty from Hills-Beaver Creek High School who recently traveled with the H-BC World Classrooms field trip. The group spent June 25-28 visiting Washington, D.C., and other historic sites such as Gettysburg National Military Park in Pennsylvania...
The seventh-grade and sophomore classes at Hills-Beaver Creek Secondary Schools spent about an hour on Friday morning picking up branches and garbage at the Hills Rez Park (pictured above). “Whenever you can give students experiences that allow them to make a community better, it is a win for the...
The Hills-Beaver Creek High School band and choir students spread holiday cheer Monday afternoon at the Tuff Memorial Home in Hills where they sang Christmas carols to residents. Lucille Gangestad (left) and Art Boeve listened through open windows as students sang recognizable carols like “Here...
Sioux Falls College releases dean’s list Several area students were named to the dean’s list for the Fall 2020 semester at Sioux Falls College. Those named to the dean’s list and their major areas of study are as follows: Luverne: Cade Ver Steeg, business administration. Beaver Creek: Angela...
How to Play Chess is one of several Luverne Community Education youth classes offered this fall.
A lot of mental energy was exerted Nov. 4 when beginner chess players learned the game through Luverne Community Education. Two experienced players, high school sophomores Parker Carbonneau and Ethan Nath, shared rules and tips about the two-person board game with the participating second- through...
Displaying homemade posters are (from left) Hope Bosch, Gracyn Wegener, Kamron Kellenberger, Malachi Bush, Cash Wilsey and Keiton Koller.
The 165 pre-K through fifth-grade students at Hills-Beaver Creek Elementary lined the west side of the school in Beaver Creek Friday afternoon in a show of school spirit while parents, friends and family members paraded by in vehicles. Friday was the last day of Homecoming Week, and in honor of the...
Thirteen students showcased their created businesses to the public Wednesday night, June 17, at Grand Prairie Events in Luverne. The students from Luverne, Hills-Beaver Creek, Southwest Minnesota Christian, Edgerton and Adrian spent the past school year learning real-life entrepreneur lessons from area business leaders as part of the Southwest MN CEO organization.
Unbeknownst to incoming Luverne High School senior Rylee Gee and Southwest MN CEO student, the fourth grade valentine box she made from metal led to the creation of a business seven years later. Gee’s business called “OG Metal Design” was one of 13 showcased Wednesday night, June 17, ending the...
Seven Hills-Beaver Creek seventh- and eighth-grade students participated in the Celebration of Music Festival in Brandon, South Dakota, on March 4. Participants (from left) are Rebekah Swenson, Madison Gaugler, Bailey Spykerboer, Mazzi Moore, Jaci Stubbe, Sylvia Fick and Ashton Taubert.
Seven Hills-Beaver Creek music students participated in the Celebration of Music Festival March 4 in Brandon, South Dakota. Students Bailey Spykerboer (playing flute) and Mazzi Moore (clarinet) were chosen for the seventh- and eighth-grade band. Rebecca Swenson, Sylvia Fick, Madison Gaugler, Jaci...

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