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Letter: There's a third group of Americans, too
8 hours 1 min ago
Letter: Thanks to organizers of community Thanksgiving
8 hours 2 min ago
Members of the Early Risers Kiwanis Club of Worthington presented hospital dolls to local agencies recently. Shown are, front from left: Nancy Hofstee, Joanne Carlson, Pat Bretzman, LeAnne Meyer and Priscilla Williams. Back, from left: Nobles County Community Services Social Services Supervisor Krysta Anderson, Sanford Worthington Medical Center nurse Laura Hoffman, Worthington Director of Public Safety Troy Appel and Worthington Police Department Capt. Kevin Flynn. (Ryan McGaughey/Daily Globe)
Early Risers Kiwanis donates hospital dolls
8 hours 44 min ago
Worthington High School students elected to the school’s first-ever Snowcoming Court last Friday included (front from left): Kyle Mullaney; Max Langerud; Davis Moore; Anneke Weg; Taylor Eggers; Alyssa Bosma. Back row, from left: Vince Riley; Madison Neuberger; Johanna Andrejew; Julia Luke; Jada Nelsen; Betty Amare; Fraol Balda; and Leonardo Duarte. Missing from photo: Lizbeth Longoria, Nic Putnam, Jonathan Sternke and Ben Ahlschlager. (Special to the Daily Globe)
First-ever WHS Snowcoming celebrates students in winter activities
9 hours 1 min ago
Jackley: State, local agencies may release names of crash victims
9 hours 9 min ago
At crash memorial, an ‘outpouring of love’ for 2 high school juniors
9 hours 11 min ago
St. Paul City Council urges more Syrian refugees in city and state
9 hours 13 min ago
Data: Dec. 6, 2016
9 hours 21 min ago
Crow Wing Power members bring solar project to life
9 hours 47 min ago
Ceremony is Wednesday to remember 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor
9 hours 49 min ago
Compassionate Friends to host candle lighting Sunday
9 hours 51 min ago
Dakota Access ‘fully committed’ to completing pipeline using current route
13 hours 48 min ago
Krista Petersen (center) of Worthington's Slumberland Furniture store stands with Maria Jimenez (left) and Darla Faber of Head Start on Saturday morning in front of 38 mattress sets the store was donating to families in need through its annual Making Homes for the Holidays program. The program began in 1993, and Slumberland stores have donated more than 20,000 new mattresses and box springs to deserving families. (Ryan McGaughey/Daily Globe)
Beds for better lives
20 hours 38 min ago
Rock County 4-H'ers hosted Santa's Workshop during Saturday's Winterfest Arts & Craft Show. 4-H youth leaders (in Santa caps) Mary-Frances Ladd and Alex Hartman, assist Andrea Luitjens, 9, Ella Hoogendoorn, 8, and Nicholas Hoogendoorn, 6, make picture frames. (Julie Buntjer/Daily Globe)
Chillin' at Winterfest
December 4, 2016 - 9:52pm
James Borden (far left, seated) watches as visitors check out his handmade clock sculptures inside his Timeshapes studio on Ninth Street in Sibley, Iowa, during an open house event that was part of that community's Traditions of Christmas Celebration. Every part of the clocks shown is designed and built by Borden. (Ryan McGaughey/Daily Globe)
Time is of the essence
December 4, 2016 - 9:43pm

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