STAFF BLOG THE FARM BLEAT I fought the tree and the tree won
You know those safety messages that flood the media during the spring planting and fall harvest seasons? Farmers get in a hurry to put the crop in the ground after the snow melts and then get the crop... Posted on 4/29/13 at 7:09 PM
STAFF BLOG THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS Three Truths and a Lie
You may have noticed theres a new name floating around the newspaper. I was hired about a month ago, and while Im not a new face in the area, like any new neighbor, I thought I ought to introduce myse... Posted on 12/11/12 at 4:46 PM
STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE A long time away
It has been a long time.
But I'm still here.
I have taken quite a bit of time off in the month of August. Recently, I was gone for eight work days.
I honestly don't remember the last time I had tha... Posted on 9/4/12 at 10:16 AM
CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: GOP tax cut bill draws heated debate
A Republican bill cutting statewide business property taxes received mixed, and at times heated, reaction Tuesday in its first committee hearing.
A House Taxes Committee vote is expected later this w... Posted on 3/13/12 at 9:16 PM
WORTHINGTON — Local youth from seven churches worked together Saturday to plant vegetables in an acre and a half of soil — a community garden behind Viking Terrace Apartments, whose produce will go toward local food shelves.
“It’s important because there are a lot of people who are needy, that need the food and can’t afford to buy it,” said Sarah Waldner, 13, of Worthington.
Poultry processor will open up more full-time positions
LUVERNE — Gold’n Plump Poultry will add 35 full-time positions and create a second shift at its facility in Luverne to accommodate a 50 percent production increase.
JACKSON — A little healthy competition never hurt anyone, and it just might help employees of two Jackson counties — one in Minnesota and the other in Mississippi — form healthy habits, improve their work and keep insurance costs down.
WORTHINGTON — The final bell is about to ring, and the art classrooms at Worthington High School are still bustling with activity. Students are busy shuttling their artwork back and forth, cleaning clay off the tables and preparing for Friday’s student art show.
People 65 and older will increasingly try to stay employed or find employment for a number of reasons. Some will feel a need to do it for financial reasons. Others will stay working because if fulfills them more than full retirement.
FARGO - Ahh, children. One minute they’re running around the house, making messes and screaming at the tops of their lungs. Then they grow into teenagers – and still – they run around making messes and screaming at the tops of their lungs.
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