Nearly 42 acres purchased in Bigelow Township WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Pheasants Forever chapter will celebrate the recent purchase of two parcels during the organization’s annual banquet later this month in Worthington.
WORTHINGTON — Of the two men arrested last week in Luverne for passing counterfeit $100 bills, one’s case is now being handled by the federal courts, while the other case remains in Nobles County District Court.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar announced Friday that southwest Minnesota municipalities will receive $121,782 for law enforcement efforts as part of the recently passed American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Low bid for government center work was 30 percent below estimate
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County Commissioners on Tuesday accepted the low bid on the third floor remodeling of the Nobles County Government Center in Worthington, and will move forward with the project this year.
Neighbors object to locations of proposed tower, meter site
WORTHINGTON — Neighbors of the proposed sites that will house a 1-million-gallon water tower and a metering system for the expanding Lincoln-Pipestone Rural Water project in Nobles County voiced objections to the plans during a two-hour-long meeting of the Nobles County Planning and Zoning Commission Wednesday night in Worthington.
WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Planning and Zoning Commission will discuss several requests for conditional use permits during a 7 p.m. meeting tonight at the Nobles County Public Works building, 960 Diagonal Road, Worthington.
Rural water expansion project will allow livestock producers to expand
WORTHINGTON — After a several-year-long moratorium on new hookups into the Lincoln-Pipestone Rural Water system, residents of Nobles County will finally be able to tap into a new water supply.
Nobles County law enforcement personnel have been working without contract
WORTHINGTON — Since Jan. 1, the deputies of the Nobles County Sheriff’s Office have been working under an expired contract, having been unable to come to an agreement with the county.
Money would target Nobles County road construction projects
WORTHINGTON — The more than $800 billion economic stimulus package being worked out between members of the U.S. House and Senate this week includes nearly $100 billion for proposed infrastructure projects. Some of that money is hoped to make its way to Nobles County.
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