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Celebrating Prom 2015 at WHS
Adrian teen wins 4-H pig
Ringing in the new year
Immigration program tonight
College softball: Third-ranked St. Cloud storms past Minnesota West
College baseball: Minnesota West earns Sunday split with Central Lakes
Prep softball: Jackson County Central goes 1-2 in Shakopee
Prep baseball: Pipestone Area, Windom Area split
Prep softball: Bloemendaal powers Pipestone Arrows
Column: Does Tsarnaev deserve to die?
Column: Worthington FFA students set to participate at state event
Column: A touch of bipartisanship
Column: Where are the populist Democrats?
Editorial: Is the 4th the 4th if its the 3rd?
Sherri S. Heimgartner
Toby Justin Iverson
Lowell Wayne Jones
Class of 2015: Nitibhon schedules appointment for career in dentistry
Concert series membership drive begins
Column: Worthington, America's Civil War City
Looking Back: 1940 -- City votes to purchase copper sulfate to treat Lake Okabena for algae
Geared up: Noah Hoehn readies for release of debut album
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Stenzel 80th birthday
Leckband 85th birthday
Johnson 90th birthday
Data: April 26, 2015
Regular School Board Meeting Minutes for March
Nobles County Board Summary of Minutes for March Session
Nobles County Board Summary of Minutes for April Session
Summary of Minutes from 2015 Tax-Forfeited Land Meeting
March 29, 2015
Hy-Vee employee hopes to make all shoppers comfortable
WORTHINGTON — It’s all about bringing the community together. At least that’s what Maria Valle believes. Valle is a new addition to the Hy-Vee team in Worthington. As a greeter and Spanish translator for the grocery store, Valle hopes to bring the community together and...
March 29, 2015 - 7:59pm
January 15, 2015
‘Abrazos’ featured on ‘Postcards’
APPLETON — The upcoming “Postcards” program scheduled for 7 p.m. Jan. 25 will include a segment on the documentary about children in Worthington being united with their grandparents in Guatemala. The program begins by telling the story of how critically acclaimed Guatemalan...
January 15, 2015 - 8:24pm
January 2, 2015
Querido Papa: Lisa Kremer shares local families' stories at the Vatican
For Lisa Kremer, it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity — the chance to travel to the Vatican, come face to face with Pope Francis and have a brief conversation. “I still can’t believe it happened,” she said. “It’s like a dream.” Despite what the encounter meant to...
lifestyles / people
January 2, 2015 - 4:20pm
Column: The experience of one Guatemalan immigrant
WORTHINGTON — On Tuesday, July 16 of 2013, just four days after two of my children returned from their visit to Guatemala with Familias Juntas, I was stopped by a police officer. The officer told me he did so because one of the passengers in the backseat was moving around and he...
November 2, 2014 - 8:57pm
April 11, 2014
Family reunion: Documentary filmmaker focuses on immigrant project
WORTHINGTON — Even though he’d filmed until late Sunday night, Luis Argueta was up before the sun Monday morning, hoping to get a shot he’d envisioned as part of his documentary. The early wake-up call was worth it, as he found a few geese on a small pond he’d scouted earlier....
lifestyles / people
April 11, 2014 - 3:56pm
October 20, 2013
Guatemala trip subject of film
WORTHINGTON — In July, an entourage of 27 people — 14 youths, 10 chaperones and a film crew of three — embarked on a journey to Guatemala. The purpose of the trip was to unite the Worthington children — all American citizens of Guatemalan ancestry — with their grandparents...
October 20, 2013 - 9:38pm
March 24, 2013
Guatemala trip close to a reality
WORTHINGTON -- For some children, a trip to grandmother's house isn't as simple as going "over the river and through the woods," as a popular...
March 24, 2013 - 11:25pm
In local visit, Guatemalan Consulate assists nationals
WORTHINGTON -- At 4 a.m. Saturday, while most of the town was still asleep, Maria Felix, a Worthington resident of five years, was standing in line outside of St. Mary's Church. Surprisingly, she wasn't the first one there. In front of her where people who had arrived at 3 and others...
February 24, 2013 - 11:29pm
May 30, 2009
From coffee fields to college grad
WORTHINGTON -- Fabio Lopez realized at a young age that his homeland of Guatemala was not a land of opportunity. The third of 11 children born into poverty, he was just 10 years old when he left his home and family behind and headed into Mexico for work on coffee plantations. "We...
news / college / education
May 30, 2009 - 12:00am