THE VIEW FROM MY WINDOW I Love a Foggy Day
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STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE It's gameday!
It seemed like only yesterday. In fact, it was a few months ago when the basketball season began.
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STAFF BLOG THE FARM BLEAT A marvelous, fabulous journey
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OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Chair Auction Raises Cash for Honor Flight Southwest Minnesota
The chair auction went extremely well this year and we raised $3,011 for the Southwest Minnesota Honor Flight! The Globe's going to kick in extra, so the total amount of the donation will be $4,000! T... Posted on 6/12/10 at 12:59 PM
WORTHINGTON — In 1932 — a mere 76 years ago — Doris Steen cast a vote for Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
She proceeded to vote in several general elections afterward, but until Tuesday had never attended a caucus event. At age 101, perhaps she figured it was about time.
ADRIAN — If someone would have told Adrian head coach Randy Strand that his team would open the game on a 30-8 run, he probably wouldn’t have believed it.
“We were telling the girls that it was going to be a one possession game all the way,” Strand said. “What you do on defense each trip down or what you do on offense each trip down is going to be important. We expected a real tight game, and it got interesting at the end.”
Even with a large lead, the Adrian girls’ came away with a 73-61 victory over Southwest Christian in a Red Rock Conference game featuring two of the top teams in the conference.
EDGERTON — For Southwest Star Concept, it was a bad night to run into Southwest Christian’s best defensive effort.
“This was probably one of our better defensive games that we’ve played all year,” SWC head coach Jamie Pap said. “Defensively, we are finally coming around. It took us a while to get going this year, but we’re getting real close.”
SWC (8-1, 10-3) used solid defense and a deadly perimeter game to defeat SSC, 79-44, in a Red Rock Conference boys’ basketball contest Monday.
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