THE VIEW FROM MY WINDOW PPW - Or How I Learned to Justify my Expenditures
I loved college. (Go Ducks!) I loved my friends, my classes, my freedom. Not that I was repressed prior to that or anything, but I mean that enjoyed making (most of) my own decisions in college. I enj... Posted on 4/30/13 at 8:07 PM
STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE Photos from the weekend -- start to finish
Here are a few photos from the "sports extravaganza" weekend my friend Mark and I had. It started with the Worthington High School choir singing the National Anthem Saturday afternoon and ended with t... Posted on 4/16/12 at 6:00 PM
STAFF BLOG TALES FROM THE CHIEF Long night
It's about 11:20 p.m., and my night is more or less just beginning.
No, I haven't flashed back twenty years or so to the days when I stay out all hours in Manhatttan. That era is most decidedly over. ... Posted on 5/1/10 at 6:22 PM
WORTHINGTON — Give it a try.
It’s the advice of two of Worthington High School’s most involved students. Seniors Sameera Nalla and Dayton Williamson were honored with the school’s Triple ‘A’ Award for their excellence in academics, arts and athletics — and both say the activities they ‘took a chance on’ later become rewarding experiences.
WORTHINGTON — The halls will be alive with the sound of music Nov. 9, as students rehearse for an evening performance featuring seven area choirs.
The schools that participate in the Southwest Choral Festival — Worthington, Pipestone, Luverne, Jackson, Redwood Falls, Windom and Marshall — take turns hosting the yearly event, and this year, Worthington High School has the honor.
ADRIAN — Taking control with an 18-3 surge that turned a five-point deficit into a 10-point lead midway through the first half Monday night, the Adrian Dragons earned an 88-76 victory over the Fulda Raiders in a high-scoring, well-played Red Rock Conference boys’ basketball game.
PERHAM - Sports spectator or burlesque showgirl? That was the rhetorical question posed by Perham-Dent School Board Member Bridgit Pankonin, after seeing some thinly clad Perham High School girls at a recent sports event.
Louis Hoglund Perham Enterprise Bulletin
, September 23, 2008
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