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WORTHINGTON — District 518 Superintendent John Landgaard informed the board of education that Worthington School District 518 will not have future cooperative sponsorship agreements with Iowa for extra curricular activities.
Event will be in front of the Capitol on anniversary
ST. PAUL — Minnesotans will gather at the state Capitol Sept. 11 to remember the terrorist attacks of 10 years ago and to prove people from diverse backgrounds can work together.
SIBLEY, Iowa — After more than three decades, residents of Osceola County may see a change in the county’s Supervisor representation plan.
According to Iowa code, there are three representation plans which counties can vote on.
WORTHINGTON — Worthington City Council had an extensive discussion at its regular Monday meeting concerning community economic development.
Along with the city’s population growth, there have been challenges which need to be addressed.
WORTHINGTON — The Heron Lake Watershed District passed through two of four hurdles Tuesday morning when it received approval from both Nobles and Murray county boards of commissioners for its new 10-year Watershed Management Plan.
LUVERNE — With ambitions of city-wide involvement and a rejuvenated community, local officials hosted an open house Monday night at the Historic Palace Theater to present Luverne’s new Commercial Revitalization Project.
City council offers no money, but allows time for project to move forward
WORTHINGTON — A proposal to convert a long-defunct grain elevator into a climbing facility faces a steep path to the top — but a ladder for it remains.
WORTHINGTON — District 518 will begin developing a strategic plan to serve as an overview of where the district is heading and what its expectations are, the District 518 Board of Education decided Tuesday.
“We want to have it in place by the end of the school year,” said John Landgaard, superintendent.
One concern is flood plains and why people can build in them
WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Planning Commission took the first step Wednesday night in approving an update to the county’s All Hazard Mitigation Plan. The document paves the way for the county to access federal funds that could alleviate some of the costs of mitigating natural, man-made or technological disasters.
Brainstorming leads to redevelopment idea of former Campbell’s Soup property
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington City Council continued finalization of the city’s strategic plan in a special meeting Monday, defining the council’s roles and priorities.
WORTHINGTON — As of Friday, the city of Worthington has completed the citizen input portion of its strategic planning process and will now turn its efforts inward to the thoughts of city staff and councilmen.
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