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Area residents ages 55 to 62 years of age, a class on Social Security benefits will be conducted Dec. 8. The class will sort through a wide variety of options available as the time for retirement nears. Cost is $5. Please contact Luverne Community Education, 283-4724, for more information or to...
Ben Franklin Lodge, Minnesota Masonic Charities recently presented a check for $2,362.19 to Luverne Music Boosters in support of the Luverne Public Schools music programs. Pictured are (front, from left) Matthew Jelken, Madi Oye, Mitchell Graber, (back) Quinton Siebenahler, Nicole Kneip, Music...
Bill Holling of Luverne is a 59-year member of the Arthur Moeller American Legion Post 478 and is the group’s last remaining World War II veteran.
The last of Hardwick’s World War II veterans received a special visit last week and a personal thank you for his 59 years of continuous membership to the Arthur Moeller American Legion Post 478. Bill Holling, at age 92 years and 8 months, has outlived his fellow soldiers, an accomplishment the...
The Beaver Creek City Council is seeking to fill a vacancy on the council since Mayor Carolyn DeBoer died this fall of cancer. At their regular monthly meeting Nov. 18, councilmen Pat Bender, Al Harnack and Josh Teune moved current councilman Jamie Dysthe from acting mayor to mayor when no one...
The 11 Minwind turbines in southwest Rock County will remain under local ownership after a bankruptcy sale last month. According to the terms of the court agreement that closed Nov. 12, a group of community investors purchased four turbines for $622,000. The buyers are current and former investors...
Paul Sundvold, Sioux Falls, is the first customer to buy Luverne’s Take 16 bottled beer at Blue Mound Liquor Wednesday, Nov. 25. He’s pictured with liquor store manager Kenny Rolling who said the first delivery of the locally brewed beer came in that morning — 10 cases of Country Mile Kolsch and 10...
Luverne City Council members took action at their Nov. 24 meeting to acquire the dilapidated property at Highway 75 and Lincoln Street. According to the resolution that was approved unanimously, the old yellow house north of the Culligan office is a public nuisance and a hazardous building. The...
Rock County Commissioners denied a request from Enel Green Power North America to return a $71,299 tax penalty it was assessed for late payment. Enel paid the 2014 Wind Production Tax of $891,531 on May 31 along with an 8 percent late fee. The once-a-year payments are due May 15 and are based on...
The Luverne Loop will be developed over four phases over a five-year period. Double-click the document at the end of the story to read the complete Loop details.
There's a master plan in place for developing the Luverne Loop trail, and it's online and available in print for public perusal. "This plan helps us identify what needs to be done and prioritize how we do it," said Holly Sammons, Luverne Economic Development Authority director. Sammons credits...
Carol Ceynowa’s “Christmas in the Forest” is set up in the window of the Hinkly House library.
Luverne's Hinkly House Victorian period home is decorated for this weekend's Winterfest Celebration with an eye toward childish imagination. Luverne artist Carol Ceynowa has taken up needle felt art, and the Hinkly House rooms are filled with her whimsical miniature creations. From fuzzy cats and...

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