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Depressed Minnesota mom who killed baby gets prison for manslaughter
Dayton, legislators work on health insurance aid as deadline nears
Collection of 99 vehicles too many for rural acreage
Former Worthington resident explores climate change, nuclear power in new book
Bound for Baxter: Chapulis leaving Worthington for city administrator post
Minnesota State Boys Basketball Tournament -- Thursday roundup
Flyers keep Wild in check as Minnesota woes continue
Elks hoop shoot: Worthington middle schooler makes free throws all the way to Iowa City
State boys basketball: Huskies fall to Lake City in consolation game
Scott Rall: Another plan comes together
Letter: Expect little from new education secretary
Letter: Take time to learn about holistic, nutritional cures
Letter: District 518 board ‘out of sync’ with most of community
Column: Protecting firefighters' health
Hoops on Hops: Delve into the wide range of beer books
William J. Wintz
Slyvester "Sy" Lonneman
Benjamin Bruce Raudenbush
Disheveled Theologian: Forsaken -- A few thoughts during Lent, week 4
Looking Back: 1992 -- Proposed hospital expansion plan advances
Cleaning up for colon health: Timmerman plays it safe
Monopoly kicks three classic pieces out of board game
Disheveled Theologian: Performance review: A few thoughts during Lent, week 3
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Ostrem 80th birthday
Doppenberg 80th birthday
Wagley 100th birthday
Johnson 90th birthday
Goettsch 65h anniversary
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March 14, 2017
Column: Hospice care much more affordable than one may think
By Jennifer Black, Compassionate Care Hospice Welcome to the second in a series of articles that exposes common myths and misconceptions surrounding hospice care. The goal of this series is to set the record straight by addressing these myths with honesty and integrity. Our hope is...
March 14, 2017 - 10:51pm
Parenting Perspectives: When family's away, Dad will... clean, apparently
Before the snow started flying on Sunday, I found myself home alone for the first time in about a year. Totally alone. My wife, Emily, was in...
March 14, 2017 - 10:52am
March 13, 2017
Letter: Immigration reform could, and should, be passed quickly
By Margaret K. Erickson, Worthington I attended the town hall meeting held by Rep. Tim Walz last Saturday in Worthington. I appreciated the civil atmosphere. There were thoughtful questions on many issues. Congressman Walz answered them thoroughly and respectfully.
March 13, 2017 - 10:40pm
Column: Congress' grizzly betrayal
WASHINGTON -- In its zeal to repeal, the U.S. House of Representatives recently voted to overturn a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service rule forbidding the baiting, trapping and "denning" of bears and wolves in Alaska's national wildlife refuges. The Senate is poised to consider the...
March 13, 2017 - 10:30pm
5 questions with ... Dawn Nagel, FSA executive director and cattle rancher from Gettysburg, S.D.
Q: What is your role in agriculture today? I am the executive director of the Sully County Farm Service Agency in South Dakota. I work with producers...
March 13, 2017 - 6:00pm
Pinke: Unexpected visit brings joy
The doorbell rang on a regular Wednesday afternoon. You have to make an effort to drive out to our house, so it's rare for the doorbell to ring...
March 13, 2017 - 2:30pm
March 12, 2017
WCS hostess supper set for April 6
WORTHINGTON — The year was 1970 when Worthington Christian School Principal Stan Sprik proposed the idea of a hostess supper as a fundraising opportunity to honor school families and community supporters. As a result, the first ever WCS Hostess supper was born in the basement of...
March 12, 2017 - 10:47pm
Column: Down the conspiracy rabbit hole
WASHINGTON — When he was Ronald Reagan’s secretary of state, George Shultz was once asked about the CIA’s disavowal of involvement in a mysterious recent bombing in Lebanon. Replied Shultz: “If the CIA denies something, it’s denied.”
March 12, 2017 - 10:45pm
Column: In the Trump administration, it's always 'A Day Without a Woman'
WASHINGTON -- Let’s hope there’s generous funding in Republicans’ new health-care bill to prevent and cure tone-deafness. Wednesday was International Women’s Day, and to observe this annual commemoration House Republicans formally took up their legislation defunding Planned...
March 12, 2017 - 10:43pm
AstroBob: Welcome Arcturus!
I really shouldn't be surprised anymore. But I always am when I see the fiery bright star Arcturus appear in the east on midwinter evenings....
March 12, 2017 - 6:12pm
Column: Strengthen community by insisting on government transparency
Welcome to Sunshine Week, a national effort to promote openness in government. Sunshine Week is brought to you by the American Society of News...
March 12, 2017 - 10:47am
March 11, 2017
How long should spruce trees be staked?
Q: During the fall of 2015, we planted four Colorado Blue Spruce trees that were 18 to 20 feet tall. They were installed by a tree mover, then...
March 11, 2017 - 8:10am
Phillips: 'Neighbors' columnist gets well-deserved kindness
I am about to rat out my fellow columnist. In a good way, of course. Bob Lind has been writing the Neighbors column in the Fargo Forum since...
March 11, 2017 - 7:30am
Minding our Elders: Can weather and lunar activity affect people living with dementia?
Dear Carol: My mother lives in an assisted living facility. She has arthritic pain and is in the early stages of Alzheimer's, but she usually...
March 11, 2017 - 7:00am
March 10, 2017
Prairie Elementary celebrates Music in Our Schools Month
WORTHINGTON — March is National Music in Our Schools Month, the time of year when music education becomes the focus of schools across the nation.
March 10, 2017 - 10:26pm