STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE Center for Active Living
During the past few months, I have watched the new senior center being constructed. Of course, when it's less than a block from the Daily Globe office, it's easy to watch the progress.
I remember las... Posted on 11/29/12 at 6:18 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Seniors have one number to call for state aid
The Dayton administration has launched what it calls a one-stop shop for serving the states senior citizens.
Lt. Gov. Yvonne Prettner Solon announced Senior LinkAge Line, which provides health and ot... Posted on 9/14/11 at 5:52 AM
STAFF BLOG THE FARM BLEAT The Monday morning torture
For the past two Mondays, the county commissioners have decided to have 7 a.m. meetings with the city. Last week, the school board was also involved ... and the subject was law enforcement.
Fellow new... Posted on 8/24/09 at 5:00 PM
WORTHINGTON — In less than a week, Megan Cavanaugh will join her classmates, clad in caps and gowns, as they march across the stage and receive their diplomas.
That ritualistic exodus from Worthington High School is a moment Megan anticipates with great excitement — although she admits to a bit of trepidation, too. There are some aspects of high school that she will miss.
“I like the part where I can see my friends every day,” she said. “But I am getting tired of my classes.
WORTHINGTON — Brandi Williams is a relative newcomer to the halls of Worthington High School and its Class of 2013.
Growing up in rural Brewster, Brandi — the oldest of Ken and Marcy Williams’ three daughters — first attended the Brewster school system before she made the choice to pursue an alternative method of schooling.
WORTHINGTON — Like most high school seniors, Cristian Artiga is anxious to grab his diploma, leave Worthington High School behind and move on to the next phase of his life.
But someday, Cristian plans to walk the halls of a high school again — as a teacher. His aspiration is to teach biology at the high school level.
WORTHINGTON — As he contemplated a future beyond the halls and walls of Worthington High School, Travis Vuong faced a bit of a quandary.
Travis has a deep interest in music, playing multiple instruments and even beginning to dabble in musical composition. Music is where his heart is.
But when it comes to a career, Travis is more pragmatic. His head tells him that there’s a better future for him in computer science.
WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Seniors Concerns Committee gathered Thursday morning at the American Reformed Church for a question-answer session with city representatives on the widely discussed city project – the new senior center.
WORTHINGTON — With the aspiration of becoming a veterinarian, Marin Korthals knows she has a long road of intense study and dedication ahead of her.
But today, Marin is a newly minted high school graduate with something to celebrate before she sets foot on that path to the future.
WORTHINGTON — Will Collin claims to be the long-suffering victim of the affliction that typically only strikes students during their final year of high school.
“I’ve had senioritis since Hi-Ho,” he quipped, referring to his preschool days.
WORTHINGTON — Like most high school seniors, Matt Wesselink is anxiously counting down the final days of his high school experience. He’s ready to don the cap and gown, grab his diploma and say goodbye to the hallowed halls of Worthington High School.
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