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ABUNDANT LIFE TABERNACLE 627 Clary Street, Worthington Sunday Worship 10:00 AM & 11:00 AM www.worthingtonupci.org 507-329-3740 • Pastor Todd Baumann
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Prep volleyball: H-BC tops Edgerton

HILLS -- Host Hills-Beaver Creek improved to 8-3 on the high school volleyball season with a sweep of Edgerton Monday night. Scores were 25-12, 25-14, 25-20. Kailey Rozeboom wsa 23-for-25 ...
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Cross country: Piotter, Blomgren lead MLA boys in Windom; Johnson paces SWC girls

BY LES KNUTSON The Globe
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Data: Sept. 18, 2018

Ambulance 2:10 p.m. Monday: 1400 block of North Crailsheim Drive, Worthington, juvenile male who had passed out. Crashes NCSO: crash with injuries, 4:55 p.m. Sunday, Interstate 90 off ramp and ...
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Data: Sept. 17, 2018

Ambulance 4:37 p.m. Friday: 1300 block of Sixth Avenue, Worthington, adult male who was dizzy and weak. 12:45 a.m. Sunday: 15000 block of Wass Avenue, Brewster, unresponsive male. Worthington Ambulance ...
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College football: Bluejays romp early, then hold on for win

Mateus Bassotto (clutching football) points in the direction of the next drive for Minnesota West after recovering a fumble during Saturday's college football game with MState-Fergus Falls. (Aaron Hagen/The Globe)1 / 4
Bluejays running back Khaileb Desmond (21) runs behind teammate Joshua King (58) in Saturday's college football game against MState-Fergus Falls. (Aaron Hagen/The Globe)2 / 4
Minnesota West quarterback Andrew Ortiz (1) stiff-arms an MState player Saturday on the way to a big gain. West defeated MState, but Ortiz suffered a serious leg injury in the first half. (Aaron Hagen/The Globe)3 / 4
Reginald Colson III stretches to make a one-handed touchdown grab against MState-Fergus Falls on a hot Saturday afternoon in Worthington. (Aaron Hagen/The Globe)4 / 4
By AARON HAGEN The Globe WORTHINGTON -- Frank Cromer had never taken a collegiate snap. When an injury forced him into action, it didn’t take long for Cromer to make ...
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Saturday volleyball: Trojans struggle in JCC tournament

Saturday sports roundup: VOLLEYBALL JCC Tournament JACKSON -- The Worthington Trojans lost four matches in the Jackson County Central tournament on Saturday. They fell 14-25, 22-25 to Litchfield, 21-25, 19-25 ...
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King Turkey Day 2018: Paycheck easily outpaces Ruby Begonia

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Worthington race team members Chad Nixon, Wade Roesner and Jaime Salinas try to catch up with Paycheck during the Great Gobbler Gallop. (Tim Middagh / The Globe) 2 / 6
Cuero race team members James Rath, Kenneth Schley, Laura Patek and Kristie Tieken try to keep Ruby Begonia out of the crowd. (Tim Middagh / The Globe) 3 / 6
Ruby Begonia goes into the King Turkey Day Crowd during the Great Gobbler Gallop. (Tim Middagh / The Globe) 4 / 6
Race teams work their way up 10th street to the starting line for the 2018 Great Gobbler Gallop. (Tim Middagh / The Globe)5 / 6
The 2018 Great Gobbler Gallop begins with Ruby Begonia on the left and Paycheck at right. (Tim Middagh / The Globe)6 / 6
WORTHINGTON — Paycheck left everyone in the dust Saturday during the first leg of the Great Gobbler Gallop, including his own race team handlers and especially his opponent Ruby Begonia. ...
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Twin Cities woman sentenced to 22 years for strangling aunt

Divina Sulentich. Courtesy of Anoka County Sheriff's Office
ST. PAUL — A 41-year-old West St. Paul woman was sentenced Friday, Sept. 15, to nearly 22 years in prison for strangling to death her 60-year-old aunt last year in ...
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Amato to appear at area Plum Creek libraries

WORTHINGTON — Professor Joseph A. Amato will be visiting several libraries in the nine-county Plum Creek Library System to present his new work of historical fiction, “Buffalo Man, Giant of ...
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