A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Golfing at the China Country Club
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THE VIEW FROM MY WINDOW Thank Goodness Dreams Don't Come True
Recurring dreams are the weirdest. I dont have many but I have a few.
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STAFF BLOG LAGNIAPPE Back to — almost — normal
Im almost glad to be back at my Daily Globe desk after a whirlwind 10 days away, filled with King Turkey Day festivities, class reunion, family reunion, two separate batches of houseguests, help... Posted on 9/28/11 at 7:41 AM
WORTHINGTON — When Deann Naab arrives at tonight’s Worthington High School prom, she’ll be decked out in Trojan red and black. The color scheme of her attire wasn’t a planned thing, just an appropriate coincidence.
“I went with the school colors,” she said with a laugh. “I tried it on in purple first. That color wasn’t very flattering on me, but I liked the dress, so I ordered it in red and black.”
Freshmen Emily Stevens (left) and Sage Kipfer test out their balloon-powered car in the halls at the high school Thursday afternoon in Windom. The car is part of a project for Charlotte Suess’ science class at the school.
Worthington native named Best in Class
WORTHINGTON — Nicolle Donovan, Worthington, has been named a 2009 Student Achievement Award winner by The Wall Street Journal.
Donovan is a student at Briar Cliff University in Sioux City, Iowa. For details, look in an upcoming issue of the Daily Globe.
WORTHINGTON — Four years ago, there were more than 60 students enrolled in the freshman ag classes at Worthington High School. Today, the number of students who have maintained enrollment in the core agriculture program and still wear the blue and gold corduroy FFA jacket has dropped to 11.
Annandale starting pitcher Bert Marsnik didn’t have Hall of Fame numbers in the opening round of the Class AA baseball tournament Thursday, but that didn’t stop his coach from comparing him to a legend.
DES MOINES, Iowa — With the score tied nine times and the lead changing 13 times Friday night, it was the NUH, Cedar Falls Panthers that came away with the victory over George-Little Rock, and the class 1A state championship.
Mack Vande Kamp scored a game-high 21 points to lead G-LR, but it wasn’t enough in the Mustangs’ 49-44 loss in the title game of the Iowa boys’ state basketball tournament.
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