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Residents in the Hills-Beaver Creek School District support a new elementary school but do not support additions to the secondary school. That’s according to a district-wide survey conducted by School Perceptions out of Slinger, Wisconsin, for the district. H-BC School Board members reviewed the...
Hills-Beaver Creek school officials are seeking opinions about the district’s facilities and programs. An eight-page survey will be mailed during the week of Nov. 14, and the deadline to complete it is Friday, Dec. 2. Rob DeMeuse with School Perceptions, an independent research company, worked with...
United Community Action Partnership (UCAP) works to eliminate poverty by empowering individuals and strengthening communities. Through community coordinated partnerships, we help individuals and families find the support, resources and relationships they may need. We care about the communities and...
Pheasant numbers in Minnesota increased 18 percent from 2021 and exceeded the 10-year average by a similar amount, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ annual roadside pheasant survey. When the pheasant hunting season opens on Saturday, Oct. 15, bird numbers are expected to...
Luverne Public Schools is seeking community input in how it will spend $1.170 million in coronavirus relief in the next three years. The Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief III or ESSER III is targeted for personnel or activities that address learning loss that resulted from the...
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced a new annual survey of farmers, ranchers and private forestland owners. The survey will help USDA understand what it is doing well and where improvements are needed, specifically at the Farm Service Agency (FSA), Natural Resources Conservation...
Parents with school-aged children in the Luverne district want in-person classes to resume this fall — as long as the environment is safe. Results from an online survey by Luverne school administrators showed 75 percent of parents supported in-person instruction with common sense measures for...
The extremely wet conditions of 2019 in Minnesota led to planting delays and unprecedented levels of prevent plant acres. Where planting delays continued late into the growing season, farmers needed to decide whether or not to plant a crop during or after the late planting date for crop insurance....
About the same number of small game hunters took to the field in 2015 compared to the year before. By species, the number of pheasant hunters was up slightly, with duck hunters stable and grouse hunters down slightly, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources annual small game...
Lori Sorenson
Good health is both a blessing and a choice. We can’t prevent all physical ailments, but we can certainly make choices that give us an edge toward better health. Rich DeSchepper and Verlyn Van Batavia are two 70-somethings in Luverne who are living proof that staying active allows for an active...

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