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So I just walked into the Daily Globe office a little bit ago. I'm helping out on the news desk tonight, so I'll be in the office until late tonight, so I get to come in a little late today.
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Around this time last year, I remember explaining to my daughter, Grace, that I had been spending a few extra hours at work getting ready to put out a really big paper. Rather than just two sections, ... Posted on 3/12/10 at 4:46 PM
LUVERNE — If there was one thing Katie Heronimus knew while growing up in a home where both of her parents were teachers, and several extended family members were as well, it was that she wouldn’t follow in their footsteps.
LUVERNE — He’s traveled throughout the United States and all around the world, but Pat Baustian chose to live just a few miles from the home where he grew up — and not just live there, but serve as his hometown’s mayor.
BREWSTER — When the residents of Brewster have questions about their tax statement, need clarification on their home’s valuation or file a complaint about a stray cat in the neighborhood, there’s just one person they need to look to — Jim Naumann.
ELLSWORTH — “Absolutely, women can do this job,” affirms Tasha Domeyer, mayor of Ellsworth. “They might even be able to do it better than men, because, generally speaking, women are more oriented to detail and are good multi-taskers.”
WORTHINGTON — Farmers in China raise nearly half of the world’s supply of pork, but nearly 100 percent of the pigs processed in the country are infected with mycoplasma pneumonia when sent for processing.
WORTHINGTON — In the sweet was and was — yet still not a great long time ago — Worthington residents, along with residents of every community in America, went to their downtowns day by day to climb stairs. They climbed stairs to second-story offices of doctors and dentists, attorneys and insurance agents. There was as much business and activity in the second levels as there was at the ground level.
SLAYTON — When Murray County Community Relations Coordinator Christy Riley undertook the task of planning the 150th anniversary of the county, she was at a little bit of a disadvantage. After all, at her previous job, she had so many other resources at her fingertips — such as calling on the U.S. military for help.
WORTHINGTON — Many small-town youngsters can’t wait to kick the dust from their little corner of the world off their feet and head to the bright lights of the bigger cities. But in Nobles County, a majority of those who protect and serve are home-grown.
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