OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Ammonia Leak and Other News
If you missed the Globe's coverage of the ammonia leak at JBS yesterday, it's here: Ammonia leak leads to partial evacuation, and the Associated Press story is Worthington ammonia leak sickens several... Posted on 6/3/09 at 5:21 AM
JBS employees receiving a certificate congratulating them on their perfect attendance for the past year gather for a group photo during Saturday night’s company picnic at Centennial Park in Worthington. See page A5 for more from Saturday’s picnic.
WORTHINGTON — A man driving a vehicle that hit a pedestrian Thursday morning in the JBS parking lot was cited afterward for driving with a suspended license. The incident was reported shortly after it took place at 6:17 a.m.
WORTHINGTON — The United Way of Nobles County campaign got a big boost Friday from the annual contribution from workers at JBS in Worthington.
JBS collected $54,483.84, bringing the United Way campaign total to $122,272.14 — 87 percent of the way to the 2010 goal of $140,000.
$4.5 billion shortfall projected for 2012-2013
WORTHINGTON — The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce’s legislative priorities regarding the state’s fiscal policy drew the most discussion at a meeting of Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce members at JBS Tuesday.
City Council votes in wastewater sale proposal, JBS interested
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington City Council voted Monday night to take the first step in examining the feasibility of selling the city’s industrial wastewater treatment facility. JBS has expressed interest in owning the plant, and is the facility’s primary user.
Supervisor sees employee serve country first-hand at Fort Bliss, Texas
WORTHINGTON — If Jerry Ebbers ever wondered whether his employee on the kill floor at JBS had it easy as she fulfilled her obligations in the South Dakota National Guard and Reserve, he now knows that what she’s doing to serve her country is far more challenging than any job she could be doing back here at home.
The spirit of Christmas is alive and well in our region.
In Tuesday’s Daily Globe,an article headlined “Sweet dreams” detailed Slumberland’s Homes for the Holidays promotion, which resulted in the Worthington store’s donation of 20 beds to people in need.
Improvements to accommodate increased flows for JBS WORTHINGTON — The city council Monday approved a professional services contract with Pharmer Engineering for the Industrial Wastewater Treatment Facility Improvement Project.
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