WORTHINGTON — January. Minnesota. Cold. Indoors.
It is a time for playing games.
I have a guessing game.
Worthington Daily Globe, 01/19/2013
WORTHINGTON — The surprising thing was that Pauline Phillips — Dear Abby — knew Worthington, and she knew the Worthington Daily Globe.
Worthington Daily Globe, 01/17/2013
Mention of the kids and the coal prompted a question: “Is there anything from the Great Depression that you miss?” Truth is, there are many things I have missed.
Worthington Daily Globe, 01/12/2013
WORTHINGTON — Wilmont is having a bad time. The liquor store was closed on Monday, New Year’s Eve. A question mark hangs over the bowling alley/cafe. It is just hard to keep Wilmont World rolling.
Worthington Daily Globe, 01/05/2013
Menno Vander Veen came to America from Holland 100 years ago. He was 10 years old. The Vander Veens found their way to the Ellsworth/Little Rock area.
Worthington Daily Globe, 12/29/2012
WORTHINGTON — Ebenezer Scrooge wished to have nothing to do with Christmas, and Scrooge had his wish. There were no Christmas lights strung along the streets of London in that time.
Worthington Daily Globe, 12/22/2012
WORTHINGTON — Christmas is a time for twice-told and thrice-told tales. Oh, and even more. How many times through the passing of 20 centuries do you guess the story of the birth of Christ in the stable at Bethlehem has been told? This would be a total beyond comprehension.
Worthington Daily Globe, 12/15/2012
WORTHINGTON — Gov. Mark Dayton will be in Worthington this month for a public forum. He should be urged to appoint a task force focused on the algae growths that are making slime ponds of Minnesota’s lakes
Worthington Daily Globe, 12/08/2012
WORTHINGTON — The crowd at Prairie Elementary school will tell you one of the heavy human challenges is remembering dates. Most of us don’t do this well.
Worthington Daily Globe, 12/01/2012
WORTHINGTON — I was sitting in the car on a supermarket parking lot waiting for a friend. A man came out, and it appeared he was eating a Twinkie. That could not be, of course. No more Twinkies. I decided the man was eating something from the bakery.
Worthington Daily Globe, 11/24/2012
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