Trojan Baseball: Hard-fought WHS sweep
WINDOM — The Worthington Trojans used a pair of strong outings by their starting pitchers to eke out a sweep of the Windom Eagles during a Southwest C...
State politics, local issues
Disaster relief, taxes, bonding crucial to areaWORTHINGTON — It took until the final hours of the 2013 legislative session, but disaster relief funds ...
Disaster relief, taxes, bonding crucial to area
WORTHINGTON — It took until the final hours of the 2013 legislative session, but disaster relief funds for southwest Minnesota were finally approved.
Donation will go towards Center for Health and Wellness
WORTHINGTON — The Minnesota West Foundation is off to an excellent start with its fundraising for the Center for Health and Fitness.
ST. PAUL — There is little doubt the 2013 Minnesota Legislature will be remembered for its historic vote to allow gay marriage and a $2 billion tax increase.RELATED CONTENT
WORTHINGTON — After 37 years with Nobles County, Auditor-Treasurer Sharon Balster is retiring. During their board meeting Tuesday morning, commissioners accepted her retirement, effective June 30. Balster did not attend the meeting.RELATED CONTENT
MARSHALL — Prairie Dance Alliance of Southwestern Minnesota will host its 21st annual summer dance camp Tuesday through June 1 at Southwest Minnesota State University.RELATED CONTENT
WORTHINGTON — Luverne Seifert and Darcy Engen, co-artistic directors of a site-specific traveling theater collaborative that brings professional and community actors together to perform in plays, will be offering three free voice and performance workshops for community actors ages 16 and up.RELATED CONTENT
PARK RAPIDS (Forum News Service) — A 7,100-acre grass fire that consumed 64 buildings last week is contained. Weekend rains helped departments get the fire under control.RELATED CONTENT
I am so sick of hearing about all the fighting in Washington about gun control.RELATED CONTENT
The sausage-making part of Minnesota’s effort to build its biannual budget is ... done now. Sadly — but as usual — much of that process occurred behind closed doors.RELATED CONTENT
WASHINGTON — Not since George Wallace, perhaps, has an Alabamian taken as passionate a stand for a lost cause as the one Jeff Sessions is taking now.