TWINS RUBES: A LOCAL ANGLE ON THE MINNESOTA TWINS Free Agency: Who's Left?
With 52 days remaining until Opening Day, 16 days until the first Spring Training game, and only 5 days left before pitchers and catchers must report; I was thinking about free agency and how there is... Posted on 2/7/13 at 9:24 PM
NEW PLATEAUS Children From All Over the World
The restaurant I work at recently hosted an annual get-together for an area adoption agency. What followed was an evening that really affected me...
Now typically my first thought when I hear adoptio... Posted on 12/1/11 at 2:35 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Court asked to review ballast permit
An environmental organization says a lax ballast water permit will not protect Lake Superior from invasive aquatic species.
The Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy asked appeals court judges T... Posted on 5/14/09 at 7:55 AM
WORTHINGTON — After 34 years, the Nobles-Rock Community Health Services board met for the final time Wednesday afternoon in Worthington, shoring up some final details as the two counties move toward their Dec. 31 split and dissolution of the joint powers agreement.
LUVERNE — As Nobles-Rock Community Health Services (NRCHS) continues to move closer to an agency split at the end of this year, the tension among employees continues to increase as few answers are offered about the future of the agency in Nobles County.
WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Farm Service Agency will have an informational meeting for the Conservation Reserve Program at 9 a.m. Friday in the conference room at the FSA office, 1567 N. McMillan St., Worthington.
WORTHINGTON — The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Minnesota Department of Natural Resources recently completed a remapping of Nobles County’s flood plain. The maps are used to determine which properties in the cities and rural areas of the county are now at greater risk for flooding.
WORTHINGTON — After a nearly two-hour meeting Tuesday afternoon with representatives of Lincoln-Lyon-Murray-Pipestone Public Health, Nobles County Commissioners ultimately decided to seek more information on a system that would allow the county to maintain local control of its public health agency.
Commissioners consider combining two health agencies
SLAYTON — County commissioners must decide by mid-September whether to combine Nobles-Rock Community Health Services with Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, Pipestone Public Health.
Family service agency tackles tough task of child relocation
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second in a series of stories regarding out-of-home placement of children and the community’s hope to reverse the trends.
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