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Have you ever thought, “I have no food — I only have ingredients to make food!”, and wondered if there was a solution? You know what I mean. Those times when the house is crazy … more
When was the last time you tested the smoke alarms in your home? If you’re like many people, you may not even remember. Smoke alarms have become such a common feature of U.S. households … more
Luverne Elementary third-graders traveled last week to Touch the Sky Prairie northwest of town via the Prairie Ecology Bus from Lakefield. In an era of increasing technology in the classroom, … more
Every year on Sept. 17, our nation observes Constitution Day. This day is set aside to recognize the anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution. As Americans, we owe so much … more
The Star Herald this week carries a story about bullying in schools. Most bullying attention to date has centered on teaching children to be kind.   We’ve had character building … more
“Treat teaching as a profession and teachers as professionals,” proclaimed a recent interviewee in the New York Times. We couldn’t agree more. There is much consternation … more
My enthusiasm carried me into the house with my bowl truly running over. I had just spent 10 blissful minutes picking fresh veggies from my garden, in bare feet! I couldn’t wait to show my … more
It boils down to that fundamental question, “What is the role of government?” A liberal will answer the question far differently than will a conservative or a libertarian. Or a … more
The Luverne Area Chamber and volunteers with Luverne High School and community organizations have put together an all-school reunion weekend that goes way beyond the standard class … more
Back-to-school shopping can be an exciting time for children and a potentially stressful time for parents. Given increased costs for groceries, gas and heating, family budgets may be more … more
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