STAFF BLOG THE FARM BLEAT Oh give me a home, where the Banker horses roam
After traveling more than 1,540 miles over the course of three days, my folks and I were thrilled to be settling in for four nights at a motel right on the beach in Kill Devil Hills, N.C.
Since we ar... Posted on 10/27/12 at 11:25 PM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Fun, Fun, Fun!
I found myself acting like the most stereotypical teenager in a Beach Boys song last week, begging my dad for his car keys with big sad puppydog-eyes and angelically promising to drive very, very care... Posted on 9/10/10 at 12:00 AM
As the first measurable snow in quite some time fell across southwest Minnesota, students at Prairie Elementary in Worthington were happy to spend their recess period gallivanting about in the white stuff, skidding down the small hill behind the school, digging tunnels and enjoying the winter wonderland.
WORTHINGTON — On a recent evening, a committee of King Turkey Day volunteers spent a few hours tossing frozen turkeys at a target, manipulating toilet plungers with their knees and rolling eggs across the concrete.
SIBLEY, Iowa — Summer doesn’t officially start until Tuesday, but that doesn’t mean the season isn’t already in full swing. The annual Good Ole Summertime celebration kicks off today in Sibley, and events are planned through Sunday.
Che Peralta, (left) and Silas Garcia, both third grade students at Prairie Elementary, show off their project “Making and Understanding a Fox Hole Radio” during Saturday morning’s Science Fair at Prairie Elementary in Worthington.
Kamryn Anton, 5 (from left), Logan Somnis, 10, Mariah Schneider, 8, and Armstrong Moiler, 7, all of Worthington, play a game of floor hockey during the “Get On The Ball With Fun Family Fitness” activities Saturday afternoon at Prairie Elementary in Worthington. The event was sponsored by Prairie Rehabilitation Services of Worthington.
WORTHINGTON — If love is in the air this frigid winter, meteorologists may predict quite a few lovesicles come Sunday. Thankfully, a variety of local entertainment and dining options will provide some relief this Valentine’s Day weekend. And best of all, they’re indoors.
Caitlin Bartels (right), 3, of Worthington, gets some support from Ashley Williams of Worthington as they slide along Lake Okabena Monday afternoon. A winter weather advisory is scheduled to begin at 6 a.m. today, with snow and sub-zero wind chills expected.
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