MIRC program has far reaches for Worthington
WORTHINGTON — Putting refurbished computers in the hands of low-income families, establishing computer classes to teach English to new residents and reaching out to rural areas with local access cable television are just a few of the success stories that have grown out of a $100,000 federal grant awarded to Worthington nearly three years ago.
WORTHINGTON — Sanford Hospice will offer the 19th annual Hospice Foundation of American Living with Grief Education program, “End-of-Life Ethics,” from 12:30 to 3:50 p.m. Thursday in room 202 at Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Worthington campus.
WORTHINGTON — Four months after Worthington residents received new recycling bins on wheels, Schaap Sanitation has seen what already was an excellent recycling program in the community get even better.
The Rev. Benjamin and Larissa Mae Rucker have five children: Larissa Kristen, Alexandria Clarisse, Melody Joy, Rayna Ruth and Alexander Gray. The information was incorrect on the Religion page in Thursday’s Daily Globe.
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