TWINS RUBES: A LOCAL ANGLE ON THE MINNESOTA TWINS That Elusive Third Strike
With today's weather cancellation, the Twins have now gone a full week since their last victory - a 4-3 victory at Baltimore last Sunday. In their five game losing streak this week, the pitching staff... Posted on 4/14/13 at 8:53 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Wolf hunting moratorium advances
By Danielle Killey
Advocates could not prevent Minnesotas first wolf hunting season, but they now are asking state lawmakers to put a stop to the hunt for at least five years.
My concern is for the ... Posted on 3/14/13 at 10:43 PM
STAFF BLOG BETWEEN THE PIPES Preds in trouble...
As the second round gets into full swing, I can not say that I am all that happy with the outcomes of the games played so far.
Don't get me wrong, they have been really exciting, but the teams I have... Posted on 4/30/12 at 12:50 PM
Wilkening, Cumiskey, sign letter opposing legalization WORTHINGTON — The subject tends to bring out passion in many people, and the argument has been going on for years — should marijuana be legalized for medical purposes in Minnesota?
Building improvements, new stores are anticipated
WORTHINGTON — Less than two months after taking ownership of the Northland Mall in Worthington, the new owner was in town on Wednesday to meet with contractors and collect bids on work to revitalize the former K-Mart building.
Mike Raymond figured he was doing the city and his fellow ice fisherpeople a favor in the dark morning hours Monday when he wheeled the county’s big John Deere 544 loader to the boat ramp in Crookston’s Central Park.
The Stutsman County Commission debated authorizing the drafting of an ordinance prohibiting snow from being piled on the edges of roads or on road right-of-ways during its regular December meeting Tuesday.
Keith Norman The Jamestown Sun
, December 17, 2008
New building is twice the size of previous home
WORTHINGTON — What do manufacturers, hospitals, restaurants, flower shops and welders have in common?
They all use the services of Valley National Gases in Worthington, which delivers oxygen, helium, nitrous gases and carbon dioxide to businesses up to 80 miles away from Worthington.
Magnus and Hamilton face off against opponents McCarvel, Peterson With the election less than a week away, District 22A Rep. Doug Magnus, R-Slayton, and District 22B Rep. Rod Hamilton — along with opponents Mike McCarvel and Richard Peterson, participated in an open forum at the Worthington High School Media Center — taking a last opportunity locally to get their message out.
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