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  • 2024 Schmeckfest

    Vivian Wall, For the Courier|Mar 27, 2024

    The 2024 Schmeckfest was held March 22, at the LCHS gymnasium on a 60 degree day. The walls were lined with displays of buffalo, LGS school kids’ beautiful art, quilts in honor of McKenna Bell, a student who completed her chemo treatments, and LCHS Basketball team pictures with their trophies and team ball. It is always wonderful to see the family heritage quilts brought to show, and new ones made for the occasion. The mild evening with good roads were all part of making it successful with an attendance of 744. The theme of the evening was “God...

  • Congratulations To LCHS Boys

    Vivian Wall, For The Courier|Mar 13, 2024

    The LCHS boys’ team were victorious over Harlowtown-Ryegate March 9 in the Consolation round of the State Tournament, winning by a score of 53-43. They placed third. First place went to Box Elder, second to Manhattan Christian. Lustre won three games at State, and lost only one, and it was by six points to Manhattan Christian....

  • Valley County Spelling Bee

    Vivian Wall, For the Courier|Feb 28, 2024

    The Valley County Spelling Bee was held Feb. 21, at the Lustre Grade School gymnasium with 24 students participating from the Frazer, Hinsdale, Lustre, Nashua and Opheim schools. Jennifer Zerbe, Lisa Neufeld and Kathleen Dambois were judges. Alicia Olfert gave the group a lesson on Noah Webster who lived 1758 in Connecticut during the American Revolution. His Dictionary with 37 thousand words was published "in 1806 with the goal of developing a distinctly American language." Participants were...

  • Lustre News

    Vivian Wall, For the Courier|Feb 28, 2024

    On Feb. 10 Gary and Roxann Funk were in Great Falls as Gary’s dad, David Funk was inducted into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame along with 23 others from throughout Montana. The event took place at the Heritage Inn. Along with those from Montana, extended family came to the event from Tennessee, Minnesota, South Dakota, California and Washington. Gary and sister, Arlene, received a plaque in honor of their Dad. Congratulations to the LCHS basketball teams in their victories last Saturday in Glasgow. The girls beat Circle in overtime 44-42. T...

  • Lustre News

    Vivian Wall, For the Courier|Feb 21, 2024

    The LCHS girls basketball team defeated Frazer 68-30 in Wednesday's District 3C tournament game, and lost to North Country on Thursday at 3 p.m. They were victorious against Dodson 61-19 on Friday afternoon, qualifying them to play against Circle in Saturday's consolation game. Coach is Bill Reddig, assisted by Sadie Brown. The LCHS Boys tied for first place with 17 wins and 1 loss, but lost the coin toss for seeds in the tournament. They beat Frazer Wednesday at 4:30, and Circle Thursday...

  • Lustre News

    Vivian Wall, For the Courier|Jan 31, 2024

    Dense fog covered our region until Wednesday with rain last Sunday and 26 degree temps making ice on the gravel. Warmer temperatures and clearing skies came Wednesday and Thursday. Many prayers went up for those travelling to Billings with students competing in the FIRST Lego League Qualifying Tournament on Jan. 20. Students of the Lustre Lego Lions League are Liam Reyneke, Joseph Olfert, Coleman Hilkemann, Gunner Damboise, Justin Schiller, Jake Neufeld, Drew Reddig, Curt Teichroew, Nancy Schill...

  • LCHS Foundation 100 Club

    Vivian Wall, For the Courier|Nov 16, 2022

    The LCHS Foundation 100 Club Annual Heritage Dinner was held Monday, Oct. 24, at the Lustre Christian High School (LCHS) Cafeteria. Board chairman Keith Unger reported on investments, land production and the resulting grant that becomes available for LCHS. The excellent meal was prepared by Diane Unrau and Lavonne Toews, and served by the senior dorm students. Foundation Board members are Keith Unger, Wilbur Unrau and Grant Zerbe. Grant Zerbe introduced guest speaker, Dr. Tito Matias, of...