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Luverne firefighters welcomed the public to tour the fire hall, trucks and equipment Thursday night during an open house for Fire Prevention Week Oct. 9-15. The event included a demonstration of how an automated sprinkler system can save lives until the fire department shows up.   Pictured here,...
Another downtown business has been approved for Luverne’s Historic Façade Improvement Program. The program offers free technical assistance for architectural design services as well as financial assistance in the form of loans and grants. On Monday the Luverne Economic Development Authority...
“When a stressed out nursing student covers a night shift in a hospital’s morgue, things start to become strange.” This is a description of the horror film, “Insania,” which is based on a short story written by Luverne High School graduate Rona Vaselaar. “I heard the story on the NoSleep podcast...
Luverne City Council members approved salary increases for city elected officials at their Oct. 11 meeting. They approved an ordinance to set the mayor’s annual salary at $8,450 per year. This is an increase of $2,550 over the current $5,900 per year. The ordinance also increases the aldermen’s...
Luverne’s Main Street was under a dusty haze last week while city public works crews completed crack sealing on the street downtown. This photo was taken Tuesday morning on Main Street facing east. Crack sealing is a cost-effective maintenance tool that helps prevent damage from water and the...
The Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging Inc. will assist Medicare beneficiaries with their 2017 Medicare plan research and enrollment on Oct. 26 in Luverne.  Trained volunteers will be available by appointment at the Rock County Law Enforcement Center. Call the Senior LinkAge Line at 1-800-333-...
Dancers with the Performing Arts Academy helped with Domestic Violence Awareness Night Thursday, Oct. 13, at the Farmers Market near Redbird Field. The dancers wore purple — the color for Domestic Violence Awareness — and performed several numbers. Jennifer Lindsey of the Southwest Crisis Center...
Amie Fick
1.) List experiences that will be helpful in fulfilling the position’s duties if you win the Nov. 8 general election. 2.) What do you think are the primary challenges facing your community and how will you lead your school through these challenges?   Amie Fick is seeking her second four-year term...
Jeff Boltjes
1.) List experiences that will be helpful in fulfilling the position’s duties if you win the Nov. 8 general election. 2.) What do you think are the primary challenges facing your community and how will you lead your school through these challenges? Jeff Boltjes is seeking reelection to the...
David Bullerman
1.) List experiences that will be helpful in fulfilling the position’s duties if you win the Nov. 8 general election. 2.) What do you think are the primary challenges facing your community and how will you lead your school through these challenges?   David Bullerman is seeking reelection to the...

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