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October 21, 2017
Calyssa Hall, artistic director of the Zephyr Theatre in Stillwater, in what she says is the "future lobby" of The Zephyr Theatre, Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. The local theater group wants to buy the Minnesota Zephyr train depot in downtown Stillwater and convert it into a professional theater. (Jean Pieri / St. Paul Pioneer Press)
Gaining steam: Stillwater theater effort at old Zephyr depot is gaining steam
11 hours 25 min ago
Oct. 2017 photo of the house at 1051 Ramsdell Drive in Apple Valley, Minn., where in 2014 David Crowley killed his wife and daughter before committing suicide. The home is for sale for $279,900. Nick Ferraro / St. Paul Pioneer Press
Suburban Twin Cities home for sale has dark history
11 hours 29 min ago
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Veteran KARE-TV ‘Sunrise’ anchor no longer with station
18 hours 36 min ago
Motorcyclist killed in Lino Lakes, Minn., crash
18 hours 42 min ago
Chris Bjur, a handyman in Fargo, describes the problems of being self-employed after being severely injured in a fall from a roof in June when he fractured both of his legs and ankles. Scars remain after multiple surgeries to fix the breaks.
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Self-employed contractors playing 'Russian roulette' if they aren't insured for medical expenses, lost income
19 hours 18 min ago
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Windom city employee faces criminal charges
20 hours 11 min ago
The car of NASCAR driver Landon Cassill is shown in this photo featured on the Facebook page of Smith Trucking Inc. of Worthington. The Smith Trucking logo will appear on the FrontRow Motorsports #34 Loves Truck Stops-sponsored race car during Sunday's NASCAR Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway. (Special to The Globe)
Smith Trucking is ready to race
20 hours 22 min ago
Renee Behrends, manager of Worthington's Walmart, presents a $2,000 grant Wednesday to Worthington Executive Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Darlene Macklin (right) and Susanne Murphy of Worthington. The grant funds will be used for the purchase of Walmart gift cards that will be sent to Texas as part of the Worthington community's continued assistance with Hurricane Harvey relief in Cuero, Texas. (Special to The Globe)
Worthington Walmart aids Cuero
20 hours 28 min ago
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Worthington woman pleads guilty in Shopko theft case
21 hours 2 min ago
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AgweekTV: Soil Your Undies
21 hours 4 min ago
Worthington Regional Hospital Auxiliary members Jeanne Goettsch (left), Aldyne Robinson and Val Correll are pictured in front of the Auxiliary gift shop. (Karl Evers-Hillstrom / The Globe)
Worthington Regional Hospital Auxiliary celebrates 45 years of volunteer work
21 hours 8 min ago
Mary Viessman is retiring from the Nobles County Attorney's Office after 38 dedicated years of secretarial and legal work. (Alyssa Sobotka / The Globe)
Viessman retiring from county attorney’s office after 38 years
21 hours 19 min ago
Rebecca Sjogren (from left), Stefan Vanderziel, Chris Syphokham, Megan Wass, Samuel Vallego and Than Than Kyaw rehearse the Minnesota West Community and Technical College production of "The Underpants" on Tuesday. (Tim Middagh/The Globe)
Minnesota West theater drops “The Underpants” next weekend
21 hours 41 min ago
Jeff Rotert, executive director of the WRHCF, presented a grant in the amount of $3,427 to Ecumen Meadows in late September for their new Music & Memory program. Rotert is pictured with Ecumen staff (from left): Cindy Gravenhof, memory care coordinator; Cheryl Dinsmore, life enrichment manager; and Nancy Garvin, executive director.
Personalized therapeutic music program helps Ecumen Meadows residents calm, connect By Jane Turpin Moore
21 hours 56 min ago
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Coon Rapids man pleads guilty to Walmart theft
22 hours 11 min ago
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