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Speaker system donated to Worthington Fire Department
Joining the global fight against Ebola
Home health care union vote bucks national labor trend
Officers find 47 grams of marijuana in drug bust
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Girls soccer: Trojans snap winless streak
Volleyball: JCC tips HL-O; Southwest tops Worthington
High school football: JCC, MLA re-tool after key grad losses
Girls tennis: Trojans tune up, yet succumb
Prep volleyball: Adrian, JCC, MCC all win openers
Column: Tech firms' poor record of diversity
Letter: Gift of meal was thoughtful, generous
Letter: Speed checked by a 'snake in the grass'
As others see it: Reject Dayton's 'request'
As others see it: Our response in Iraq is critical
Lavelle Julane Olsen
Rickie Raymond Geertsema
Richard "Dick" Voehl
Heinz Peter Obermoller
Dalton R. Show
Religion briefs: Aug. 28
Looking Back: 1964 - English becomes part of mass at Worthington's St. Mary's
Column: Listen up, kids (especially if you're hungry)
Feats of strength: Jacob Dagel trains for Strongman competition
Column: A new friend can be an answer to prayer
Out and About
Molitor 90th birthday
Oertli 45th anniversary
Schafer 50th anniversary
Becker 65th anniversary
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Notice of Foreclosure Postponement
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June 19, 2014
As others see it: Toughen Iowa texting law
The Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier While data continue to show a direct correlation between texting while driving and tragedy, Iowa continues to list it as a “secondary offense.” That means in most cases an officer cannot pull over a texting driver unless that driver is doing...
opinion / editorials
June 19, 2014 - 5:10pm
February 26, 2014
Editorial: A winter of miserable weather
You have been wondering and asking: How bad is this winter of 2013-14? A new winter misery index answers that this winter in the Midwest and East is one of the harshest winters of our lifetime, according to an Associated Press report. And it does not appear to be ending anytime...
opinion / editorials
February 26, 2014 - 9:56pm
February 17, 2014
What Veterans Day means to me
Editor’s note: The following essays were judged as placewinners in the recent Worthington Elks Lodge Americanism contest. First place — Sixth grade When I think of Veterans Day, I think of the hundreds of courageous soldiers who are willing to go out and lay their lives on...
opinion / letters
February 17, 2014 - 7:01pm
October 21, 2013
Column: Regulations - a pesky weed in farmers' crops
By DAVE LADD, RDL and Associates WOODBURY — Throughout history, the need for an abundant, reliable, and affordable food supply has been at the heart of social and political stability. Governments recognize that food security is a national security priority. But many nations...
opinion / columns
October 21, 2013 - 11:55pm
February 28, 2013
As others see it: It's time for a woman
It's high time Iowa was represented by a woman on Capitol Hill, even if she's made of marble. Though Iowa has never elected a woman to Congress, some Iowa lawmakers are making an effort to get gender balance in the Capitol's National Statuary Hall. Each state is allowed two statues...
February 28, 2013 - 12:00am
February 26, 2011
Column: Generations ago, rationing made life challenging
WORTHINGTON -- The other day a couple of us were trying to figure out who we are. We aren't just a handful. We filled whole classrooms in schools all across the country. Still, we aren't what the TV jabberers call the Greatest Generation. I was barely old enough to qualify for my...
February 26, 2011 - 12:00am
October 29, 2010
Editorial: Re-elect Tim Walz
As Democrat Tim Walz seeks election to his third term as Minnesota's 1st District representative in the U.S. House of Representatives, he's seen a formidable challenge from Republican Randy Demmer. Perhaps what's most notable about this race is the flurry of negative advertisements...
opinion / politics
October 29, 2010 - 12:00am
March 8, 2010
As Others See It: School-year start
It's been one of the great Minnesota debates: Ma and Pa resorts vs. schools. In the 1980s, during an economic downturn, the Legislature passed a law forbidding schools from starting classes before Labor Day. The move came after lobbying from Northern Minnesota resort owners and the...
March 8, 2010 - 12:00am