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Data: Sept. 22, 2018
Rare car vs. 750-pound elk collision reported in west-central Minnesota
Twin Cities hit with record daily rainfall
Veteran Minnesota lawmaker ends campaign, denies daughter's allegation of inappropriate touching
Park Service details Isle Royale wolf transplant
Prep football: Adrian scores late to beat Sleepy Eye
Prep football: St. Peter rallies after 21-21 halftime tie to beat Trojans
Sano doesn't make trip to Oakland with Twins
Loons need a season-ending win streak to recover
College volleyball: Brittney McNab to coach Minnesota West
Legal challenge in Minnesota over insurance coverage for gender reassignment will proceed
Minnesota's unemployment rate drops to 19-year low
A ride into the past: Luxury train cars on display in St. Paul
Fraud-stricken Minnesota grain co-op looks for quick sale
Orville Lien remembered as pillar of Worthington community
Place a Business Announcement
Columns: Plenty to thankful for regarding KTD
Letter: 'Texas Guy' enjoys KTD hospitality
Column: District 518 making sure 'All Students Count'
Slow down to give and receive kindness
Column: Soy Alyssa, una estudiante de español
Frederick Dwayne Blau
Nellie Eugenia Bos
Gladys M. Siefkes
Patients: Medical marijuana effectively treats pain, post-traumatic stress
Sanford Worthington offering 'Look Good...Feel Better'
Looking to catch Minnesota's fall colors? Here's your interactive guide
A growing church
Red Wine Garden Tomato Sauce makes good use of abundant ingredient
out and about
Mary Anne McNab
Paul and Beverly Hansberger
MNIT seeks funds to protect Minnesotans' data
Probate of Vernon G. Engelkes
City of Worthington planning commission notice of public hearing
Vote for the Globe Best of 2018 Nominations through Saturday, Sept. 22
August 9, 2018
U of Minn. head Kaler to keep salary, benefits despite early exit
MINNEAPOLIS — When Eric Kaler leaves his job next year as University of Minnesota president, he'll keep his salary and retirement benefits for a year. Kaler is moving into an ambassador and fundraising role for the U next summer, one year before his contract was to expire. The...
August 9, 2018 - 9:52pm
August 8, 2018
Murphy talks health care, child care, education in Worthington visit
WORTHINGTON — Gubernatorial hopeful Erin Murphy is focused on building toward the future, which means investing in priorities like health care,...
August 8, 2018 - 7:30am
August 5, 2018
State has $25 million earmarked for security, but schools need much more
ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Department of Education expects to award at least 50 schools up to $500,000 each this fall to improve building security and safety. The $25 million in school safety grants was included in the capital investment, or bonding bill, passed by the Minnesota...
August 5, 2018 - 5:42pm
August 3, 2018
Column: Answers aplenty to 518 referendum questions
August 14 is the date of the statewide primary, when voters on this region will help select candidates for Governor, United States Senator and other state and local offices. We will also vote on two important school referendum questions that will add classroom space and update Trojan...
August 3, 2018 - 10:54pm
July 27, 2018
Column: Addressing needs in an economical way
By Brad Shaffer, District 518 WORTHINGTON — The Aug. 14 school bond referendum will help answer a simple question — will we continue to offer adequate and safe space for students in the Worthington School District?
July 27, 2018 - 10:40pm
July 26, 2018
Minnesota State plans 'reimagining higher education': System to spend $300,000, convene forums with innovators from other fields
MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota State leaders will spend several months and $300,000 learning from trailblazers outside of higher education in hopes of inspiring innovation across the 375,000-student system. Chancellor Devinder Malhotra and Board of Trustees chairman Michael Vekich...
July 26, 2018 - 7:54pm
July 25, 2018
Minnesota Supreme Court: Parents' lawsuit accusing state of racially segregating students can proceed
ST. PAUL—A class-action lawsuit that seeks to desegregate Twin Cities-area public schools can move forward, the Minnesota Supreme Court said Wednesday, July 25. The parent plaintiffs in Cruz-Guzman v. State of Minnesota argue the state has enabled racial segregation in the seven-county...
July 25, 2018 - 6:04pm
July 24, 2018
As former North Dakota teacher faces sex crime charges, her husband, a pastor, is on leave
FARGO – As police followed tips that Shannon Moser, a West Fargo middle school teacher, was sharing illicit videos with students, including...
July 24, 2018 - 6:08pm
July 20, 2018
Column: State’s financing of education necessitates ballot questions
By Steve Schnieder, District 518
July 20, 2018 - 10:37pm
July 13, 2018
University of Minnesota President Kaler to step down, join faculty
MINNEAPOLIS -- University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler said Friday he’s accomplished “all that I set out to do” and will leave his...
July 13, 2018 - 9:01pm
July 11, 2018
Pawlenty, Worthington leaders discuss workforce shortage, ‘burdensome’ state regulations
WORTHINGTON — During a visit with Worthington business leaders and government officials Monday, gubernatorial candidate Tim Pawlenty stressed...
July 11, 2018 - 8:01am
July 7, 2018
Minnesota school districts pay up to leave tech collaborative
ST. PAUL—Unwinding a half-century-old school technology collaborative will cost its members millions — at least in the short term. The 48 districts that own the Technology and Information Educational Services, or TIES, collaborative expect to pay as much as $20 per student...
July 7, 2018 - 6:25pm
At Adventures in Cardboard camp, kids can let their imaginations run wild
MINNEAPOLIS — As he created a sword out of cardboard, bamboo and tape, 11-year-old Severin Nilsen considered how it felt to be offline...
July 7, 2018 - 4:37pm
July 6, 2018
Column: District 518 voters get choices with ballot questions
By Linden Olson, District 518 WORTHINGTON — On Aug. 14, voters in Independent School District 518 will vote on two bond referendum questions for improvements to our local public school system. Each question addresses a different issue that has been discussed for several years extensively...
July 6, 2018 - 10:41pm
July 4, 2018
UMD students learn about sustainable agriculture
DULUTH—Malachy Koons reapplied sunscreen three times by mid-afternoon while working rows of potatoes on the farm. Keeping up his energy...
July 4, 2018 - 9:38pm