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Preparing for the Fourth

Area communities gear up for Fourth of July events

WORTHINGTON — The dastardly doctor Dogsbreath Devereaux will try to get his hands on the fortune left to widow Lotta Cash during the 26th annual Melodrama, which will be staged Thursday during the Old-Fashioned Fourth of July festivities at Worthington’s Pioneer Village.

Worthington Daily Globe, 07/01/2013

Keeping the waters safe

With warm weather, DNR officer Gary Nordseth patrols area lakes

WORTHINGTON — Rain showers and windy conditions may have kept people from enjoying Lake Okabena early Saturday, but by late afternoon the beach was booming, the speed boats were moving and people were finding ways to ride the waves.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/30/2013

Jackson trail dedicated Saturday

JACKSON — Dozens of people helped celebrate the dedication of Jackson’s newest mile of trail Saturday noon as part of that community’s Town and Country Days celebration.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/30/2013

WHS teen earns statewide honor

Junior Adyiam Kimbrough presented with Red Wagon Award
WORTHINGTON — A soon-to-be 11th grader at Worthington High School, Adyiam Kimbrough was honored earlier this month with the Minnesota Lieutenant Governor’s 2013 Red Wagon Award.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/28/2013

Vacant farmhouse destroyed by fire

ELLSWORTH — A vacant farmhouse and garage were destroyed by fire early Friday morning in Little Rock Township.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/28/2013

Sells family celebrates 104 years on Beaver Creek farm

BEAVER CREEK — Lining a wall inside the Spencer and Pam Sells home in rural Beaver Creek is a pictorial history of a family farm that has spanned five generations and more than 100 years. Small, black-and-white images depicting a farm house are placed amid a collage showing progress, from cattle feedlots in the 1950s to swine confinement barns of the 21st century.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/28/2013

Watering ban lifted

WORTHINGTON — After nine months and perhaps the longest “wake-up call” in Worthington’s well water supply history, Mother Nature has finally delivered enough rain to lift the city out of its ban on non-essential watering.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/28/2013

‘Junkyard’ must be cleaned up

WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Planning and Zoning Commission gathered complaints from four property owners Wednesday night regarding a so-called junkyard south of Worthington.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/27/2013

Through tragedy and triumph, Brunks at home on rural Brewster land

BREWSTER — When seven siblings share the same farm house, do chores together and arrange their own football games in the farmyard, there are bound to be lots of memories of farm life.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/27/2013

State tobacco tax increase comes Monday

Stockpiling not noticed at local level; smokers encouraged to quit

WORTHINGTON — Starting Monday, users of tobacco products will fork out more dough for their addiction.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/26/2013

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