District 518, P.D. get gossip site suspended
WORTHINGTON — Worthington District 518 Administrator John Landgaard has half a page of hand-written names of high school students and graduates who played some role in a Twitter account established Monday that was used to spread gossip about WHS classmates.
WORTHINGTON — Father Leszek Czelusniak has accumulated many experiences throughout his lifetime.
He knows exactly what it’s like to live in one of the most impoverished regions of Rwanda, having dedicated his life to the people and children in the town on Kibeho.
However, until Wednesday he didn’t know anything about the game of golf.
WORTHINGTON — Armed with one bulging suitcase, an old guitar and an exceedingly positive attitude, Kristi Kuhl arrived in Chugiak, Alaska, in early June to begin a year-long internship in youth ministry at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church.
WORTHINGTON — Last year Kate Lesnar had the idea of playing as much golf as she could in one day to raise money for the St. Stanislaus school in Kibeho, Rwanda, an event she named ‘All Day Fore Africa.’
Back then she had no way of telling how big the event would eventually become.
ST. PAUL — Sen. Doug Magnus, R-Slayton, will introduce a bill on the Senate floor this morning proposing to renovate a downtown Minneapolis block into a state-owned casino complete with upscale restaurants and roof-top venues.
JACKSON — With wind-whipped rain smacking against their faces, AGCO officials and dignitaries stuck their golden-colored shovels into a gravel base late Tuesday morning to celebrate the groundbreaking of a major expansion project at the AGCO facility in Jackson.
Adrian revamps its 1927 W.S. Nott fire truck
ADRIAN — The vehicle that now occupies a stall at the Adrian fire hall bears little resemblance to the vehicle that was previously parked there.
The rust and dirt have been replaced by shiny chrome, lustrous red paint and gorgeous wood grain.
WORTHINGTON — Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Chancellor James H. McCormick will recommend Ron Wood, former president of Minnesota West Community and Technical College, to serve as interim president of Southwest Minnesota State University, Marshall.
WORTHINGTON — Chasing the American Dream was not one of Herminio Nuñez Lopez’s aspirations. Truthfully, Lopez has never planned for much in his life. If he had ever planned for his future, he believes it wouldn’t have developed as perfectly as it has thus far.
WORTHINGTON — From St. Paul Johnson High School to Hamline University to Iwo Jima to a 36-year career as a teacher, coach and athletic director at Worthington High School, 90-year-old Ken Thompson has enjoyed a wealth of memorable experiences few could rival.
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County Commissioners on Tuesday approved a modification to the development agreement between the county and enXco that will have the company paying for necessary road repairs rather than contracting for the work to be done.
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