STAFF BLOG BETWEEN THE PIPES I'm with the band...marching band that is.
One of the things I am going to miss the most about college, besides the sports, is marching band.
The Gold Star Marching Band of NDSU (in Fargo, N.D.) will start their band camp later this month. And... Posted on 8/8/12 at 11:19 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Strike up the band: a legislative proposal
Amid all the noise coming from protests and heated debate at the Capitol, a House committee overwhelmingly backed a prettier noise.
The panel approved making the Minnesota State Fire Service Memorial... Posted on 3/10/12 at 12:08 PM
THE VIEW FROM MY WINDOW The Art of the Recipe Collection
I collect recipes. Doesnt matter where they come from the internet, the newspaper, magazines, neighbors, brochures, grocery store lines, or cookbooks. I really love cookbooks. I think I actually h... Posted on 2/6/12 at 8:00 AM
REPRINT 1940: Band Shell Plan Takes New Form
In the news in 1940: Teachers arrive in town for an MEA meeting, the band shell was being designed for Chautauqua Park, a truck driver perished in a tragic accident, and the Brewster Creamery was ... Posted on 4/24/11 at 12:00 AM
District 518 band and orchestra perform Monday and Tuesday night WORTHINGTON – Hundreds of student instrumentalists will toot their own horns—and serenade on their strings—during 2012-13 spring finale concerts Monday and Tuesday evenings at the Worthington High School (WHS) gymnasium.
WORTHINGTON - Parents of students currently in 4th grade in District 518 are encouraged to attend the band parent meeting and instrument display at Worthington Middle School from 2:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, in the band room.
Band heads to final competitions with winning seasonal record
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington High School (WHS) Trojan marching band continued its winning ways last Saturday as it finished second overall among a competitive field at the Sioux Falls, S.D., 2012 Festival of Bands USA event.
There is news of sorts along the streets of Worthington every day. A baby is born. Someone has died. Shocking news — news beyond imagining — is rare. There was news of this magnitude late on a Friday afternoon in 1961 — Nov. 7, 1961. Gerry Niemeyer and his wife, Iva, were both dead, killed in a car collision at a rural intersection near Fairmont, which was Niemeyer’s boyhood home. The work week was ended, the weekend had begun.
Thirty years ago, Worthington High School was newer and bigger. The community surrounding the school had no sense of the impending changes and probably didn’t think much about the ’90s. Most of us lived our lives with friends, neighbors and relatives, hoping for more good than bad as one day faded into another.
Alumni Reunion Band concert scheduled for Sept. 15
WORTHINGTON — At venues across the country, veteran musicians are practicing their instruments with a common goal in mind — playing with the Worthington High School Alumni Band during King Turkey Day weekend.
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