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Netanyahu’s speech to Congress over impending Iran deal draws rebuke from Obama
MnSCU chancellor, faculty call truce
Fifth-grade musicians put on a show
Ireland trip meeting Thursday
WHS speech finishes fifth at Martin County West
Women's college basketball: For coaches Fury and Hayenga-Hostikka, nationals berth is a dream ticket
College men's basketball: Buysse named All-Region 13
Section 2AAA girls basketball: Trojans hope to prove a point
Section 2A south girls basketball: Heron Lake-Okabena prevails
Iowa girls basketball: Central Lyon falls in first round at state
Column: Two Supreme Court reading lessons
Letter: Exchange student enjoys senior photo shoot
Column: In ACA case, context is critical
Column: Jeb Bush, CPAC pinata
Letter: Dayton's roads and bridges plan deserves support
Julie Ann Borman
Richard B. Clauson
Linda Jean Hoskins
Jeanette Henning Piccirelli
A real puzzler: Pat Loosbrock puts together works of art, piece by piece
Looking Back: 1965 - Worthington plays host to National Junior College Wrestling Tournament
Column: Hay! Did you know about our town's wonder crop?
Out & About: Feb. 27-March 7
Religion briefs: Feb. 26
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Lamfers 80th birthday
Grube 80th birthday
Erdman 80th birthday
Moser 85th birthday
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale
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Tax-Forfeited Land Classification Public Meeting Notice
February 17, 2015
S-O board votes to cut administrator
SIBLEY, Iowa — The Sibley-Ocheyedan school board voted 3-2 Monday night to cut an administrative position to improve the district’s budget. After this year, contracts are up for superintendent Bill Boer and principals Cory Jenness, Mike Morran and Brent Town. Board president...
February 17, 2015 - 8:27pm
January 23, 2012
Conservation acres cut as crop prices rise
WORTHINGTON -- According to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, an estimated 550,000 acres of Minnesota land will expire from the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) in the next three years. The federal program, which offers landowners an option to idle marginal lands in...
January 23, 2012 - 9:21pm
March 14, 2011
House GOP proposes tax, LGA cuts
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota income taxes would fall $300 million in the next two years under a House Republican plan, while state payments to local governments drop significantly. The proposal, to receive a House Tax Committee vote late this week, eliminates Local Government Aid for Duluth,...
March 14, 2011 - 8:42pm
May 4, 2010
House passes bill, trims health
ST. PAUL -- A bill Minnesota representatives passed late Tuesday continues to trim the state's largest spending area, health and human services programs. The House bill, which passed 79-54, would cut a variety of health programs, mostly for poor Minnesotans, by $170 million on top...
May 4, 2010 - 10:07pm
March 3, 2010
State budget brighter
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota's current budget picture is a bit brighter than three months ago, but the next budget could be the state's biggest-ever financial challenge. The current budget is $944 million short, state officials announced Tuesday, but depending upon what legislators and...
March 3, 2010 - 12:00am
February 18, 2010
All health programs face cuts
ST. PAUL -- No state health care program escaped Gov. Tim Pawlenty's budget axe this week. "It affects almost literally every program that we touch," Human Services Commissioner Cal Ludeman Wednesday told the House health-care finance committee. That is not acceptable to most Democratic-Farmer-Labor...
February 18, 2010 - 12:00am
February 16, 2010
Pawlenty lays out cuts
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota's cities, counties and poor people needing health care would be most affected by Gov. Tim Pawlenty's plan to balance the state budget. Pawlenty Monday announced that he recommends cutting: - $347 million from health-care programs, affecting 40,000 people. Half...
February 16, 2010 - 12:00am
February 11, 2010
Lawmakers want to cut governor power
ST. PAUL -- Bills to restrict a governor's ability to unilaterally cut budgets are being introduced in the Minnesota Legislature, and the state Supreme Court says it will accept cities' input when it considers the issue this spring. To balance the budget, Gov.
February 11, 2010 - 12:00am