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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
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
College basketball: Minnesota West women headed to nationals
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
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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
January 1, 2015
Happy trails, Augie!
BREWSTER — August Froderman will retire today on a day likely as cold as the one he started on in February 1969. For more than four decades, Froderman has shown up to work “15 minutes early” — as he was taught at a young age — and has risen to whatever task he was presented....
January 1, 2015 - 9:37pm
September 11, 2014
Lawmakers fault rail sector for slow service
WASHINGTON — U.S. rail operators must put investment ahead of profits to clear the way for grain, automotive and chemical shipments now clogging the tracks, lawmakers said at a congressional hearing Wednesday about the health of the rail grid. Rail backups in the Midwest are particularly...
September 11, 2014 - 8:00pm
September 7, 2014
Despite tumbling grain prices, no crash seen in U.S. farm land
CHICAGO (Reuters) — David Fullington paid a “ridiculous” price of $13,600 an acre for a 200-acre (81 hectares) farm in Illinois within the last year and says he and his partners would probably bid again for prime land that is in tight supply, despite tumbling grain prices. “No...
September 7, 2014 - 9:06pm
Peterson, Sinner talk grain train delays
CAVALIER, N.D. — U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson and George Sinner know about the problem. They’ve heard from plenty of farmers about rail shipment delays. What’s harder to grasp is an immediate solution. Sinner and Peterson heard from farmers, retailers and bankers in Cavalier...
August 7, 2014 - 11:00pm
May 31, 2012
Man injured in grain auger accident
MOUNTAIN LAKE -- An 18-year-old rural St. James man is in stable condition after being caught in an auger on a rural Mountain Lake farm Thursday morning. A previous report that he had died due to his injuries was incorrect. The Cottonwood County Sheriff's Office received a call...
May 31, 2012 - 7:17pm
July 28, 2011
Grain trailer loses its load
The Minnesota State Patrol and Slayton Police Department assisted in blocking U.S. 59 in Slayton early Thursday afternoon after a grain trailer...
July 28, 2011 - 9:16pm
June 8, 2011
Ellsworth Fire Department gets grain bin rescue unit
ELLSWORTH -- When their pagers sound, firefighters need to be ready for anything from a structural blaze to an out-of-control grass fire. However, they also get called to assist in other emergencies, particularly those in which a lot of manpower is needed. Those special circumstances...
June 8, 2011 - 8:37pm
October 12, 2010
Harvest: 'Yields are fantastic'
WORTHINGTON -- Greg Ponto of rural Reading is feeling really good about this year's harvest, but it pains him in a way. Other farmers in southwest...
October 12, 2010 - 10:19pm
August 6, 2010
Farmfest produces interesting political discussions
MORGAN -- If Minnesota farmers are as successful producing crops as this year's Farmfest was at producing political news, grain elevators had better expand their capacity this fall. The main jobs of the all-things-farm show in southwestern Minnesota is not to display politicians,...
news / politics
August 6, 2010 - 8:25pm
January 4, 2010
Appellate decision issued
WORTHINGTON -- A decision by the Minnesota Court of Appeals disappointed city leaders last week when appellate judges affirmed the decision made by Judge Jeffrey Flynn to grant summary judgment to New Vision Cooperative, dismissing the city's claim regarding the grain elevator on...
January 4, 2010 - 12:00am
December 17, 2008
City's claim against New Vision dismissed
WORTHINGTON -- Fifth Judicial Court Judge Jeffrey Flynn issued an order Monday dismissing the City of Worthington's claim against New Vision Cooperative and General Manager Frank McDowell regarding the vacant structure formerly used as a grain elevator on 10th Avenue. The judge also...
news / courts
December 17, 2008 - 12:00am