THE VIEW FROM MY WINDOW Alarming, I Know...
I have a love-hate relationship with my alarm clock. I wrote this on Facebook the other day and several people responded, I have a hate-hate relationship with mine.
I totally understood what they... Posted on 3/28/12 at 6:20 AM
CAPITOL CHATTER Pawlenty who? Not Reagan. Not Gingrich
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is right about at least one thing: He is not well known.
That was proven on a recent Wait, Wait, Dont Tell Me, a public radio show from Chicago.
With an introducto... Posted on 4/2/11 at 2:06 PM
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington Amateur Radio Club and Worthington Civil Air Patrol are offering a free technician radio class, which begins at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Civil Air Patrol Building at the Worthington Airport and continues June 7, 13, and 14.
WORTHINGTON — Credit and debit cards are the way of the world these days, with most people reaching for that piece of plastic with more ease than they pull out legal tender. But if a new or replacement card has arrived in the mail lately, taking a close look at the symbols on it is probably a good idea.
WORTHINGTON — Throughout her lifetime, the late Fredi Lowry demonstrated her dedication to her community — lugging a tripod and video camera to countless events and meetings while employed by the local cable TV station, writing about community happenings in her Daily Globe column and talking about them on local a radio program, organizing tours through the local library, putting on puppet shows for local children and volunteering for various church programs and community functions.
LUVERNE — One by one, a handful of Rock County veterans bonded by their common service in World War II shared their stories. Some told of love found while on furlough from active duty, others recalled horrors seen while liberating concentration camps.
Local veteran eager to take part in Southwest Honor Flight
WORTHINGTON — At the age of 88, Worthington’s Jake Dekker said things happened during his tour of duty throughout Europe in World War II that can be forgotten, but the two things he most wants to forget remain etched in his senses today — the sight and the smell of death.
WORTHINGTON — During a special meeting of the Nobles County Board Monday afternoon, commissioners adopted a resolution to complete a participation plan — the next step in the process toward implementing a new radio system.
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