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Lakeside in Fulda, a rain garden does its part

With help from a grant, rain garden slows water runoff, improving lake quality

FULDA — Dusty pink flowers, blue-violet petals and lots of greenery can be seen this spring along a property on the western shore of Fulda Lake, thanks to a Heron Lake Watershed District and Department of Natural Resources Shoreland Aquatic Habitat grant that targets runoff issues.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/13/2013

Young leaders of agriculture tour area

WORTHINGTON — In its first visit to southwest Minnesota, the Minnesota Ag Ambassador Institute brought 45 young men and women to Jackson and Nobles counties earlier this week to learn tips to better communicate the positive message of agriculture.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/12/2013

Fire kills 26 calves, destroys Iowa barn

Four departments called to Tuesday night blaze

BIGELOW — A barn was destroyed and 26 three-week-old bottle calves killed in a blaze Tuesday night, about a mile south of the Lake Bella dam.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/12/2013

South African group visits area agricultural businesses

JACKSON — Nine individuals from South Africa are touring ag businesses and farms in southwest Minnesota this week as part of an ongoing exchange of ideas with members of the Shetek Conference of the Southwest Minnesota Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/10/2013

New Vision Co-op’s Magnolia feed mill to open

MAGNOLIA — New Vision Cooperative’s nearly $17 million new feed mill will open later this week west of Magnolia to serve customers in a 150-mile radius.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/10/2013

Clearly better

Water clarity of Lake Okabena best since testing began in 1998

WORTHINGTON — While most visitors to Sailboard Beach this weekend will be looking out over the water, they may want to look down as well. Water clarity in the local lake has been the best it has ever been since a testing program was initiated in 1998.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/06/2013

Hunting advocacy group touts economic benefits

WORTHINGTON — With so much talk in recent years about enacting stricter regulations on gun sales and ammunition, hunting advocacy groups are doing what they can to spread the positive impact sportsmen can have on a local economy.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/05/2013

Drainage dilemma

Despite township board approval, watershed district says project cannot stay

WORTHINGTON — A rural Worthington landowner will be asked to restore a culvert that runs underneath a township road in Indian Lake Township after proceeding with the work without a permit from the Okabena-Ocheda Watershed District.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/05/2013

County board hears employment assistance report from PIC

WORTHINGTON — More than half of the Farley’s & Sathers Candy Co. employees who lost their job following the closure of the packaging and warehousing facility in Round Lake have found new work thanks to the assistance of the Southwest Minnesota Private Industry Council.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/04/2013

For chairity

Proceeds from regatta chair auction to benefit Relay for Life

WORTHINGTON — Relay for Life of Nobles County will be the benefactor of proceeds raised during the chair auction this year at the Windsurfing Regatta and Unvarnished Music Festival.

Worthington Daily Globe, 06/03/2013

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