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Luverne artisan Jerry Deuschle holds one of the vases he created for an exhibit currently on display at Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Worthington campus.

Work of Luverne artisan on display at Minnesota West's Worthington campus

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WORTHINGTON -- An electrician by trade and artist at heart, Jerry Deuschle has managed to combine his two vocations by teaching in the electrical program and ceramic classes at Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Jackson Campus.

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