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Rock Ranch, located west of Hills, recently joined 15 other therapeutic riding facilities in Arenas for Change and formed a local equine-assisted therapy team of (from left) barn manager Jessica Richters, office manager Staci Bundesen, Natasha Kellenberger, Lynne Hunter, Marie LaRock, Carissa Palmberg, Dolores Bundesen, Patti Swenson and Jill Jonnes-Kuca.
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Sam Berghorst (left) accepts his award from Chamber Board President Robyn Wessels.
Retired Luverne Building Center owner Sam Berghorst and retired Sewing Basket owner Barb Bork were named “Outstanding Chamber Members” for 2019 and 2020.
The curtain at Hills-Beaver Creek High School will open this spring to a local production thanks to Britton McKenzie, a junior, who asked if the performing arts option can be reinstated this school year. H-BC board members unanimously supported the idea at their Oct. 11 meeting.
Hills-Beaver Creek School Board members will hire a theater director/adviser, at the request of a student.
Luverne’s Ryan Johnson address flag football teams following their final Saturday morning games Oct. 9 west of the Luverne School campus.
Rock Ranch, located west of Hills, recently joined 15 other therapeutic riding facilities in Arenas for Change and formed a local equine-assisted therapy team of (from left) barn manager Jessica Richters, office manager Staci Bundesen, Natasha Kellenberger, Lynne Hunter, Marie LaRock, Carissa Palmberg, Dolores Bundesen, Patti Swenson and Jill Jonnes-Kuca.
Sam Berghorst (left) accepts his award from Chamber Board President Robyn Wessels.
The curtain at Hills-Beaver Creek High School will open this spring to a local production thanks to Britton McKenzie, a junior, who asked if the performing arts option can be reinstated this school year. H-BC board members unanimously supported the idea at their Oct. 11 meeting.
Red Rock Central linemen try to bring H-BC's Ty Bundeson down at the line. The Patriots won the game.
Luverne's Nathaniel Cole-Kraty and Conner Overgaard (53) take down a Fairmont runner behind the line of scrimmage Friday night in Luverne's home loss to the undefeated Cardinals. Luverne plays its next game Wednesday.

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Luverne’s Ryan Johnson address flag football teams following their final Saturday morning games Oct. 9 west of the Luverne School campus.
“I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength.” Philippians 4:13 was the Bible verse of the day for young flag football players who gathered after their recent Saturday morning games. Every Saturday morning since Sept. 11, the west edge of Luverne would come alive with hundreds of...
Rock Ranch, located west of Hills, recently joined 15 other therapeutic riding facilities in Arenas for Change and formed a local equine-assisted therapy team of (from left) barn manager Jessica Richters, office manager Staci Bundesen, Natasha Kellenberger, Lynne Hunter, Marie LaRock, Carissa Palmberg, Dolores Bundesen, Patti Swenson and Jill Jonnes-Kuca.
Rock Ranch, located west of Hills, recently expanded its equine-assisted psychotherapy services (EAP) and joined the nationwide organization Arenas for Change. The therapeutic process uses horses as tools for improving mental health. Rock Ranch founder Marie LaRock said Arenas for Change is a...
Sam Berghorst (left) accepts his award from Chamber Board President Robyn Wessels.
Retired Luverne Building Center owner Sam Berghorst and retired Sewing Basket owner Barb Bork were named “Outstanding Chamber Members” for 2019 and 2020. They were recognized Monday night at Sterling’s restaurant in Luverne where they were presented with Sioux quartzite stones etched with words...
The curtain at Hills-Beaver Creek High School will open this spring to a local production thanks to Britton McKenzie, a junior, who asked if the performing arts option can be reinstated this school year. H-BC board members unanimously supported the idea at their Oct. 11 meeting.
Hills-Beaver Creek School Board members will hire a theater director/adviser, at the request of a student. Junior Britton McKenzie requested a spring theatrical performance at the school. High School Principal Andrew Kellenberger brought the request to the board’s Oct. 11 meeting. “I am a big...
Red Rock Central linemen try to bring H-BC's Ty Bundeson down at the line. The Patriots won the game.
Hills-Beaver Creek’s last regular season home football game Oct. 14 was an important one. It was Parents Night and a chance to end a two-game losing skid, so the Patriots needed to play well in front of the home crowd. The home team responded with a 24-6 win over the Red Rock Central Falcons,...
Luverne's Nathaniel Cole-Kraty and Conner Overgaard (53) take down a Fairmont runner behind the line of scrimmage Friday night in Luverne's home loss to the undefeated Cardinals. Luverne plays its next game Wednesday.
The Luverne Cardinal football players knew they had a big challenge this week as they faced off against undefeated Fairmont. The Cardinals played a strong first half, as they trailed by a score of just 16-14 at halftime. In the end, Luverne could not pull off the upset as they ultimately lost by a...
A Christmas lighted train engine will join the 2021 community holiday plans, which kick off with fireworks Nov. 28 in Luverne City Park. Ellis and Eastern Railroad will transport Santa and Mrs. Claus through several communities on Sunday, Nov. 28, ending in Luverne in time for the grand lighting of...
A South Dakota circuit court judge sentenced 36-year-old Nicholas Floyd, to 30 days for his reckless driving conviction in the 2019 crash that took the life of 22-year-old Brooke Thompson, Luverne. Floyd initially faced a second-degree manslaughter charge, a felony with a maximum penalty of 10...
In a special Sept. 21 meeting, the Hills City Council set the preliminary amount received from local property taxes at 4.9 percent higher than last year’s amount. In 2022 the city will collect $139,701, up $6,845 from the previous year. The total 2022 city budget will be $354,141. The extra levy...
Heavy equipment moved into place Monday on the site of the future “PrairiE Loft” apartment buildings and a groundbreaking ceremony is planned for 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20, at the corner of Hatting Street and South Highway 75. The $8 million project will be known as PrairiE Loft 1 and PrairiE Loft...
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