REPRINT 1960: Warning: Saving Can Be Habit-Forming
For Peace of Mind, get the Savings Habit! encouraged this 1960 First National Bank in Worthington advertisement.
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Nobles County Sheriff Kent Wilkening (left) nominated Jami Cummings of Brewster for the Minnesota Sheriff’s Association (MSA) Live Saving Award after she saved two people from drowning in Lake Okabena in August. On Monday, Cummings (center) received her award during the MSA Winter Conference in Alexandria. To her right is MSA president Bill Bargquist, Clay County Sheriff.
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County Commissioners on Tuesday approved a development agreement with Energy Services Group of Wayzata to implement approximately $1.5 million in energy-saving projects in county buildings.
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