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Owners of Bird Island home destroyed by fire now face charges
For employees, students to get paid, McNally Smith college building must sell before 2019
Fridley, Minn., man killed in house fire
Twin of boy killed in Fergus Falls will be returned to Washington
Speaker cracks open door for Minnesota gun bill
College women's athletics: Lady Jays sign four new players
North Carolina, Minnesota announce home-and-home football series
State youth wrestling qualifiers
Track and field: Trojans gain several firsts at St. James
The Drill: Luverne trackster Jadyn Anderson maintains optimism
New Mall of America movie theater to offer food options
Worthington retailers jump into internet sales tax debate
Big farm insolvency plays out in state court
Lange’s Cafe ends 24-hour service after 62 years
Bingham Lake family business up for sale after 89 years
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Letter: Time to get tough on confinement buildings
Letter: Historical society thankful for support at meeting
1963 Impala was beautiful, but it fell apart
Time to respond to reader feedback
Letter: Looking out for farmers' best interests
Allan James Ritter
Arlene Mina Johansen
Minnesotans could have been exposed to measles in Winona and Albert Lea, officials say
Wild Mushroom Crostini recipe can be tailored to occasion
When it comes to wine, what are tannins?
STDs rising in Minnesota
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Probate of Vernon G. Engelkes
City of Worthington planning commission notice of public hearing
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January 9, 2017
Pork virus difficult to battle in cold temperatures
BROOKINGS, S.D. — Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome, also known as PRRS, is a challenging virus for pork producers. According to Russ Daly, South Dakota State University Extension veterinarian, professor and State Public Health Veterinarian, the PRRS virus can be more...
January 9, 2017 - 8:56pm
December 15, 2015
Brazil reports 1,761 microcephaly cases as mosquito virus spreads
GENEVA — Brazil has reported 1,761 cases of babies born with unusually small brains, or microcephaly, the World Health Organization (WHO) said...
December 15, 2015 - 2:42pm
July 19, 2015
Bat study hones in on nesting trees
ST. LOUIS COUNTY -- She was hissing and squealing and trying to open her tiny mouth wide enough to nip the glove of the biologist who was holding...
July 19, 2015 - 7:35pm
April 27, 2015
Another round of avian influenza rocks Iowa
SIBLEY, Iowa — Five more probable cases of avian influenza in northwest Iowa were reported Monday by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship. The report brings the total cases up to eight for the state. Osceola County now has a reported second case of the disease...
April 27, 2015 - 10:50pm
April 14, 2015
Eight more cases of bird flu confirmed
ST. PAUL — Minnesota officials say they’re doing everything possible to stop the spread of bird flu and stress that the disease poses no threat to food safety or the general public as eight more cases were reported this week. The officials also said the disease, for which no...
April 14, 2015 - 9:15pm
Flu, norovirus, Ebola, oh my!
ST. PAUL — Flu and norovirus cases increased last year just as the Ebola scare eased in Minnesota, creating one of the busiest infectious disease...
January 14, 2015 - 8:52pm
October 19, 2014
Potential Ebola treatment?
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — As worldwide concern over the Ebola virus continues to mount, a Grand Forks company that specializes in antibody technology...
October 19, 2014 - 8:16pm
October 15, 2014
Obama promises more aggressive response to Ebola fears in U.S.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama pledged Wednesday that federal officials would oversee the response to U.S. Ebola cases in a more aggressive way, and said the Centers for Disease Control would send a “SWAT team” to any hospital encountering a new case of the disease. After...
October 15, 2014 - 8:40pm
August 27, 2014
Rockin’ 65 Roses
SLAYTON — Want to have a rockin’ good time for a great cause? The Einck family is hosting a benefit for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation from...
August 27, 2014 - 8:20pm
April 1, 2014
Book signing event is Saturday
SLAYTON — A Marshall author will visit Slayton on Saturday to sign copies of her book about a life-changing journey she and her husband have...
April 1, 2014 - 9:25pm
March 13, 2014
Officials develop response plan for ag emergencies
WORTHINGTON — Agriculture industry professionals from more than a dozen counties across southern Minnesota connected via video conference Thursday...
March 13, 2014 - 8:59pm
March 29, 2012
Conference speaker says food wrongly associated with disease
WORTHINGTON -- When people say there's an increased risk of heart disease or cancer by consuming animal food products, Iowa State University...
March 29, 2012 - 9:10pm
May 23, 2011
Capitol notebook: Bill passes to give rare disease publicity
ST. PAUL -- A bill written to raise awareness of a rare disease that killed a southwest Minnesota boy is headed to the governor. On the last day of the Legislature's regular session, the Minnesota House voted 129-1 Monday in favor of creating Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Week...
May 23, 2011 - 7:19pm
December 6, 2010
Caregiver support offered locally for memory care
WORTHINGTON -- Nobles County RSVP has spent years accumulating its list of senior volunteers and matching them with community service projects, but as the needs of its volunteers grows and changes, so too is RSVP. Joanne Bartosh, who serves as Nobles County's RSVP coordinator, has...
December 6, 2010 - 10:01pm
October 28, 2010
County develops plans for disasters
WORTHINGTON -- Officials with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture and the Board of Animal Health were in Worthington Thursday to conduct...
October 28, 2010 - 9:35pm