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The recently donated 130-plus nutcrackers include pieces of all sizes, the largest at about 6 feet tall and the smallest at several inches, and Mann said only three are duplicates to the ones in the History Center’s current collection.
It was like Christmas in June for Betty Mann Tuesday evening, June 14, when a pickup load of nutcrackers rolled into the parking lot at the Rock County History Center. “I couldn’t believe it,” she said. In all, she counted 134, all of them German collectibles, plus an assortment of vintage German...
School secretary Diana Ouverson retired last week after 41 years.
Diana Ouverson could have retired 10 years ago, but she liked her job so much she stayed. “I love my job. Period. I love kids. I love people,” Ouverson said Friday, her last day with the Luverne School District. “It’s going to be very difficult leaving.” As Luverne Middle School-High School...
American Legion members Frank Kemper (left) and Veryl Stoffel (right) from Post 636 in Lismore give a box of baseballs to Don Dinger, Luverne Baseball Association president, to be used at the Legion State Tournament July 28 through July 31 in Luverne. Stoffel, father of Luverne Public Works...
Semester 2 A Honor Roll Seniors: Austin Allen, Jacob Axness, Oliver Deelstra, Taylor Durst, Troy Durst, Kenadie Fick, Leeanna Gaugler, Josephyne Klosterbuer, Danette Leenderts, Drew Leenderts, Samantha Moser, Dallas Page, Tara Paulsen, Liam Raymon, Tess Van Maanen, Mackenzie Voss. Juniors: Anthony...
Quarter 4 A Honor Roll Seniors: Hunter Ahrendt, Trista Baustian, Ayden Bonnett, Kendall Buss, Elise Ferrell, Trygve Gangestad, Kayetlin Huiskes, Olivia Huisman, Griffen Jarchow, Cody Mounce, Ethan Rahm, Kristin Rud, Madeleine Schmuck, Cheyenne Schutz, Casey Sehr, Jacey Smith, Macy Stratton, Hope...
The Hills-Beaver Creek Class of 1972 gathered for a 50th reunion on June 11 at SpringBrooke Events in Beaver Creek. Pictured are (front, from left), Laura (Moret) Rooney, Lora (Steen) Arnott, Debra Kuehl, Vicki (Hull) Sells, Mike Pap, Sheila (Stueven) Horton, Ted Berghorst, Shirley (Kruse) Sandager...
K-12 students in Hills-Beaver Creek School District will be admitted free to home events beginning this fall. Board members approved the change to the district’s fee schedule at their June 13 meeting. “We want to promote student attendance to our extra-curricular events,” said board chairman Arlyn...
The Beaver Creek City Council approved the purchase of a new _____ payloader earlier this year and it arrived this spring. From left are council member Pat Bender, clerk Jane Blank, council members Al Harnack and Cody Dietrich, city maintenance supervisor Travis Helgeson, Mayor Josh Teune and council member Jeff Dysthe.
Beaver Creek’s $123,000 pay loader has arrived, and it’s been put to work on city business. After their meeting Wednesday, June 15, Beaver Creek City Council members and city maintenance supervisor Travis Helgeson agreed to a brief show and tell in the city shop. The machinery, a 2021 Cat 910 with...
Another project funded by the 2184 Campaign was completed Monday when Pride Neon Sign Company of Sioux Falls hung a 20-by-20-foot “L” to the outside of the performing arts center stage wall at Luverne Public Schools. Workers placed a paper template on the wall before affixing the anchor bolts for...
Crews with Dean Schneider Construction, Clear Lake, Iowa, started work Tuesday morning in the former W-2 Quality Meats building on the corner of Main Street and Highway 75 in Luverne to convert the building to a new Fareway Meat Market. Pictured are (from left) project manager Tyler Bryant, Kelley...

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