OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Worthington in the News
Lately, southwest Minnesota has cropped up a lot in a variety of online locales. Here are a few instances:
An article from the Pioneer Press featuring Gary Crippen, a retired appellate judge, who... Posted on 1/20/10 at 1:00 PM
Evening of the Stars fundraiser is Saturday
WORTHINGTON — The Minnesota West Foundation will honor former Daily Globe editor Ray Crippen during its third Evening with the Stars fundraiser Saturday, at the Minnesota West Community and Technical College commons in Worthington.
It is likely — oh, it is certain, really — that there was a pendulum clock on the wall of Worthington’s first depot. This would be a face the whole town of early settlers came to know. Time was important at depots. Trains ran on timetables. “The 6:10 is at Sibley, on schedule …”
WORTHINGTON — Oh yes. In a time gone by — years and years gone by — I drank raw milk many times. I had five uncles who lived on farms. We visited uncles and their families quite regularly for Sundays, for birthdays. Every kid needed to have milk at every meal. That’s what everyone believed.
WORTHINGTON — Sept. 25. The final five days of September loom ahead.
These are the days the migration began. Through the balmy days of spring and the hot days of summer old guys sat on slatted green benches on the Nobles County courthouse lawn watching people on the downtown sidewalks, watching teams and wagons pass, watching closely the chugging new automobiles.
WORTHINGTON — There is a blog that expresses disbelief. People outside Minnesota, the blogger says, are bewildered. The commission for Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is spending more than $2 million to erase the names of the airport’s Lindbergh Terminal and Humphrey Terminal because these names confuse Minnesotans.
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