Luverne

Luverne firefighters work to extinguish a dryer fire at Gevo Monday night.
The Luverne Fire Department and Rock County ambulance responded to a report of a dryer fire around 11:30 p.m. Monday at the Gevo plant on the west side of Luverne. According to Fire Chief David Van Batavia, when firefighters arrived at the scene flames were coming from a dryer, but the blaze was...
City leaders will use 'The Lake' when referring to the former creamery pond for marketing events like the recent ice fishing derby.
The gravel pit pond in Luverne has become known as the Creamery Pond, due to its proximity to the former Land ‘O Lakes creamery. There’s no longer a creamery in Luverne, and Land ‘O Lakes is now Great Plains Processing, but the little body of water has retained the Creamery Pond identity for lack...
Annabelle Frakes holds the official charter for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary Post No. 2757 issued to the Luverne group in 1933. The group voted last week to surrender its charter and disband due to the lack of active members.
A lack of participation has forced a local service group to disband and surrender its charter to the state organization. The Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary No. 2757 officially folded Tuesday, March 8, during a vote involving a fraction of its members. Eight members attended the last...
County officials will meet with city and school representatives next month to discuss the Minnesota National Guard’s plan to replace its aging armories. County Administrator Kyle Oldre spoke recently with guard officials about their plans to close the Luverne and Pipestone armories and build one...
Bryce Stoltenberg, Master of the Ben Franklin Lodge (center), gives a check for $7,486.36 to TJ Newgard of the Luverne Basketball Association and Karen Willers of Luverne Community Education to help keep costs down for basketball participants. The money is used to pay coaches and to buy equipment,...
Saint Mary's University Social Studies Education major Samuel Vetch, son of David and Sara Vetch, Luverne, was nominated for the university's Outstanding Senior Male Award. Nominees demonstrate the ideals of scholarship, character, leadership, service to colleagues and the university community, as...
Ryleigh Beers, a Luverne High School senior, was awarded a Certificate of Excellence through The Prudential Spirit of Community Award. The award recognizes the top 10 percent of middle level and high school students across America for outstanding volunteer service.  The award is sponsored by...
To the Editor: What a beautiful tribute to the “Princess On Ice,” Erika Egdorf, in the March 17 issue of the Star Herald. Erika is a young woman who showed the world what one person can do if she puts her mind to it! You have the right to be proud of all your medals and trophies. And to think that...
Lewis and Clark Board Chairman Red Arndt and Luverne Mayor Pat Baustian pose for a ceremonious turn of the valve in the Luverne meter house Monday during a ribbon-cutting event to celebrate the arrival of Lewis and Clark water in Luverne. Pictured with them are (clockwise from left) Luverne City Councilman Kevin Aaker, Sen. Bill Weber, Luverne Water and Wastewater Supervisor Al Lais, Luverne City Administrator John Call, Lewis and Clark Director Troy Larson, Worthington Public Utilities Director Scott Hain
Good things come to those who wait, and Luverne is expecting some really great things from the Lewis and Clark Regional Water System. A ribbon-cutting event Monday celebrated the arrival of Missouri River water in Luverne, and it was a chance to look back on the 26-year process that brought it here...

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