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  • By Cary Radisewitz, Luverne
    January 03, 2023
    It’s that time of the year for our 2023 New Year’s resolutions. If you find yourself in or near Luverne, you don’t have to look far. If you’re looking for a place to start a resolution to be more fit, I’d recommend the Luverne Aquatics Center. Sam Honerman and her staff can help you reach your fitness goals. The facility is quite amazing. You can do anything from water walking to lap swimming,…
  • July 27, 2021
    Albert Einstein stated, “Once you stop learning, you start dying.” Having a thirst for knowledge keeps your mind sharp. Age is only a number. When you’re over the hill, you pick up speed. Here are three things I’ve learned this week. If you haven’t got your three for the week, borrow one of these: •When birds are migrating, they don’t eat, and they sleep while flying. Source: my grandson. •When…
  • By Cary Radisewitz, Building Bridges JC, Luverne
    June 08, 2021
    We’ve started a new foundation in Rock County that I’d encourage you to join.  Building Bridges JC is non-profit that is part of the Luverne Area Community Foundation (LACF).  All are welcome to participate. We are not affiliated with a church or a political party. The goal of Building Bridges JC is to reach out to groups and individuals that need help and see if we can muster resources to help…
  • November 17, 2020
    To the Editor: I’ll bet I’m not the only one wondering what their family is doing for Thanksgiving this year.  What a wonderful time of the year. Seeing out-of-town relatives for the first time in a while. Sharing great food, drinks and stories. College kids coming home and catching up with high school friends. Everyone packed around the TV for parades and football games. How I’m looking forward…
  • By Cary Radisewitz, Luverne
    October 06, 2020
    Before moving to Luverne, I was head football coach at a small university from 1985 to 1992. During my time there, my players faced several racist incidents from the community. The first happened when I arrived. A community member asked me about the "cans" I was bringing to the town. Confused, I asked for clarification. He told me, "You know, cans ... Mexicans, African-Americans,…
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