Crailsheim group visits local sightsWORTHINGTON — In his first visit to Worthington and his inaugural trip to America, Gerald Sturm was struck by the ...
Rain or shine, shiny cars will be out Saturday
WORTHINGTON — Come rain or shine, Spomer Classics and Museum will host a gathering of vintage and classic cars from around the area Saturday for its a...
Crailsheim visitors enjoy potluck, music
WORTHINGTON — The universal languages of music and food combined to make a congenial Wednesday evening in the Worthington High School (WHS) cafeteria ...
Sub-Section 3AA Golf: Trojans place second at Sub-Sections
TYLER — The Worthington Trojan boys and girls golf teams finished second in their respective divisions behind the Marshall Tigers at the Section 3AA S...
Rain has helped turn lawns green, but the latest U.S. Drought Monitor report tells a different story
WORTHINGTON — Recent rains and the prospect for more showers through the Memorial Day weekend have people wondering locally why the watering ban remains in effect in the city of Worthington.
Young service workers will help process storm damage reimbursements
WORTHINGTON — After spending a few months in New Jersey helping with FEMA efforts after Hurricane Sandy, eight AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) members arrived in Worthington on May 17 to help with the FEMA reimbursement process for costs incurred by townships, cities and schools after April’s snow and ice storm.
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts will conduct services at the local cemeteries and host a program Monday at Chautauqua Park.RELATED CONTENT
WORTHINGTON — Ocheda Dairy Inc. of rural Worthington cleared another hurdle Wednesday night in its plans to construct a permanent pipeline for liquid manure through portions of four sections of Bigelow Township.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL -- Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed two provisions of a bill funding outdoors and arts projects, saying a House committee ignored a citizen advisory panel.
WORTHINGTON — The city of Worthington reminds residents of its ordinance regarding prohibited signs.RELATED CONTENT