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Truth in Taxation hearing also hosted
WORTHINGTON — Facilities consultants Tom Tapper and Dave Maroney, who have worked with District 518 over the past several months to identify options for accommodating the district’s expanding student population, reported their recommendations at Tuesday night’s monthly school board meeting.
All 23 bus routes are operational; most infractions minor
WORTHINGTON — An unannounced inspection of American Student Transportation buses in Worthington Wednesday resulted in 11 of the vehicles used in District 518 being temporarily pulled from service.
ST. PAUL — Gov. Mark Dayton said his efforts to reform state government are saving money, but Republican plans to “gouge” government are “idiotic.”
The Democratic governor and some leaders of his reform movement updated reporters Thursday on their progress, claiming to save $242 million in health-care expenses alone.
WORTHINGTON — The 19th annual Letter Carrier Food Drive resulted in the gathering of 2,250 pounds of food locally for area food shelves, for which city and rural carriers would like to say “Thank you.”
WORTHINGTON — More than one third of those responding to District 518’s Administrators/Directors/Coordinator Survey were teachers, according to a results summary distributed at the district’s Tuesday school board meeting. The evaluated group scored best in the area of organization and worst in motivational abilities.
WORTHINGTON — The last of the results were made available Thursday from the 2010 Minnesota State FFA Convention, revealing that nearly 40 area high school students earned their State FFA Degree at this year’s event.
Project near Wilmont decreased nitrogen loss, didn’t improve crop production
WORTHINGTON — A two-year study conducted in northern Nobles County that tested a drainage water management (DWM), or controlled drainage, system showed little impact on yield, while nitrogen losses were considerably less than on land with conventional tile drainage.
WORTHINGTON — The existence of local housing, commercial and industrial projects are closely related to population increases in the area, according to a report released earlier this month by Worthington city staff.
WORTHINGTON — Primary elections took place Tuesday evening throughout Iowa, with a host of contested races within the Daily Globe’s coverage area:
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