WORTHINGTON — There were people who feared their lilacs would bloom in February, or early March. Buds emerged, to be sure, but the lilacs held back. They know their time. It is only now that lilacs are really beginning to blossom.
USDA under secretary will be keynote speaker
WORTHINGTON — Molly Jahn, the acting under secretary for research, education and economics at the United States Department of Agriculture, will discuss new opportunities for rural agriculture during her keynote address Friday at the sixth annual Regional Bioscience Conference.
WORTHINGTON — Displaying lots of hustle and a balanced hitting attack, Worthington defeated a scrappy Southwest Star Concept (Heron Lake-Okabena) High School volleyball team Thursday night, three games to one, in the final match of the regular season for both squads.
The Trojans won Game 1 by six points, 25-19, but the hustling Quasars battled back and claimed victory in Game 2, 25-21.
Breaking from a slim 8-7 lead, Worthington went on a 12-2 run and opened up a commanding 20-9 lead, before posting a 25-18 win in Game 3.
Game 4 was the closest contest of the night, with several lead changes early and five tie scores late, but the Trojans prevailed, 25-23, to win the well-played match in four games.
Beginning at 1 p.m., community leaders and local organizations will be on hand to share information.
September 10, 2008
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