REPRINT 1985: Scott Rall Was Ad Rep; Is Outdoors Columnist
Our current outdoors columnist, Scott Rall, was once an advertising representative for the Daily Globe, in 1985.
Looks like he's rocking a Cosby sweater here, and if so, he's lucky--the sweaters ... Posted on 10/6/10 at 11:00 AM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Worthington in the News
Lately, southwest Minnesota has cropped up a lot in a variety of online locales. Here are a few instances:
An article from the Pioneer Press featuring Gary Crippen, a retired appellate judge, who... Posted on 1/20/10 at 1:00 PM
WORTHINGTON — I am lucky enough to have a niece, Katie Rall, who is way more computer savvy than I am. For Christmas two years ago, she went online with the help of the editorial staff at the Daily Globe and hunted down every outdoor article I had ever written. I had kept paper copies, but the file was getting pretty thick. At the end of the day, a CD with all of my writing on it takes up very little room.
WORTHINGTON — So my mom called me the other day asking for some Christmas ideas for my wife and kids. I was supposed to get her those ideas a week ago. Shopping for gifts has never been a very troubling effort for me, although I know some people who can shop for a whole day and, on the way home, will not have a single gift purchased.
WORTHINGTON — I really wonder if Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton is going to catch a fish tomorrow. The Governor’s opener event has been conducted for many years and, for the most part, the past state leaders have not had very good luck.
WORTHINGTON — Every day is a learning process. Even when you have done a certain exercise many times, it is amazing just how much more can be learned from others. I have been involved with — and participated in — more than a few habitat burns.
WORTHINGTON — Spring can’t come soon enough. I like the saying that “April showers bring May flowers,” but I’ve seen it snow plenty of times in April.
One of the sights and sounds of March and April is the return of the American Bald Eagle as it migrates north.
State’s top chapter gears up for annual banquet March 25
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County Pheasants Forever will have much to celebrate when it hosts its 29th annual banquet later this month.
In January, the chapter was named 2010 Minnesota Chapter of the Year from among 77 chapters statewide. A plaque, which will be displayed at Burger King in Worthington, was awarded during the organization’s annual conference in Mankato.
WORTHINGTON — There is never a dull moment on the game, fish and wildlife front. There are many bills making their way through the legislature as we speak. Many get very little attention and others will be debated — as the old saying goes — like they’re “beating a dead horse.”
WORTHINGTON — It’s the end of January and, from what I can see, the wildlife is having a pretty tough time. It’s no secret the deer are herded up and the pheasants can no longer use any type of grass cover as it is now completely blown in with snow. Even in areas that have or had good quality grass cover suffer from blowing snow.
WORTHINGTON — When it comes to smart phones, iPads, and other high-tech devices, I am the first to admit I am way behind the curve. When the commercial comes on the television and the CEO of Sprint says people do far more with their phones than just talk, I say to myself, “That is really all I do with my phone.”
Okabena-Ocheda Watershed District awarded $36K
WORTHINGTON — The Okabena-Ocheda Watershed District was awarded nearly $36,500 from the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council’s Conservation Partners Legacy grant recently to enhance the grasslands surrounding Lake Bella in southern Nobles County.
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