STAFF BLOG LAGNIAPPE Lasting impressions
Last weekend, while Hubby Bryan and I were reveling in the rain at the Regatta, our Colorado relatives were having a celebration of their own.
Brother-in-law Don — DotMom always referred to him ... Posted on 6/18/10 at 4:00 AM
A tree that snapped during Friday afternoon’s rainstorm and tornado warning is shown in front of a South Shore Drive residence in Worthington. The home of Ethan and Leslie Bates, Leslie said Monday that the tree was in the place it had fallen Friday, and had narrowly missed a window to a room in which their baby was sleeping.
County denies attorney reimbursement for former administrator
WORTHINGTON — On a 4-1 vote Tuesday, Nobles County commissioners denied a request from former county administrator Mel Ruppert for reimbursement of $26,117.35 in attorney fees that accumulated from October 2011 through March 2012.
Nobles County assessor steps down after 30-year career
WORTHINGTON — In a few weeks, Byron Swart will be soaking up the sunshine outside Orlando, Fla., and perhaps thinking about Florida’s skyrocketing land values as he and wife Cindy consider investing in a winter getaway.
Scott Sjogren of S & D Tree Service, Reading, watches a section of a large cottonwood tree he cut be lifted out of the way by crane operator Jay Larson of Larson Crane Service Tuesday afternoon in Worthington. The old tree was taken down in sections, some of which weighed over 3,000 pounds.
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