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Lakefield wastewater ponds tabled for now
Country music icon Michael Martin Murphey coming to Memorial Auditorium on April 11
'Pennies for Patients' ... and pies
S-O's Lindberg and Pham headed to all-state for speech
2015 Daily Globe All-Area Girls Basketball Team
College softball: Errors hurt Lady Jays in Rochester
Prep softball: Trojans hope to be sneaky fast
Girls track: PA's Spanier, T-M-B's Ludeman return
Prep baseball: Luverne reloads, Windom Area loaded with arms
Column: A checkup for Obamacare
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As others see it: Railroad tax plan logical
Letter: U.S. energy policies are misguided
Betty L. McGrew
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Column: Time for recess, preferably on the school playground
Out & About: March 27-April 5
Looking Back: 1990 - Emary is Worthington's teacher of the year
Column: A little bit of the history of Dorman
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Kazemba 80th birthday
Rueter 90th birthday
Groendyke 95th birthday
Price 98th birthday
Data: March 28, 2015
Ordinance No. 1083
Notice of Public Hearing on Tax Abatement Request
Notice of Public Hearing for April 7, 2015
Data: March 26, 2015
February 19, 2015
Senators consider police body camera privacy issues
ST. PAUL — The national debate about how much police body camera video is public landed in the Minnesota spotlight Thursday. A bill a Senate committee considered would make most of the video private. “Given the sensitivity of some of the data that is going to be on the cameras...
February 19, 2015 - 9:11pm
February 16, 2015
More privacy in amendment
ST. PAUL — Legislators from both major parties want to amend the state Constitution to keep electronic communications private, much as already is required for paper documents. “In today’s world, every intimate detail of our lives exists in a digital format,” Sen. Branden...
February 16, 2015 - 9:49pm
July 31, 2014
New Minnesota laws take effect today
ERIN TRESTER firstname.lastname@example.org WORTHINGTON — A string of new laws passed during the 2014 legislation go into effect today. Wages Under new legislation, the state’s minimum hourly wage will increase to $8 from $6.15, moving up to $9.50 by 2016. Businesses with gross annual...
July 31, 2014 - 8:53pm
March 11, 2014
MN cell phone tracking regulated
ST. PAUL — Minnesotans might be surprised to learn that the government can track their movements. “They are literally shocked that the government can access the location of your cell phone without notice,” Rep. Joe Atkins, D-Inver Grove Heights, said Tuesday before a state...
March 11, 2014 - 8:55pm
February 25, 2014
Supreme Court ruling eases police search of suspect’s home
WASHINGTON (Reuters) — The Supreme Court on Tuesday handed a victory to law enforcement agencies by making it easier for police to search a dwelling without a warrant. The court held on a 6-3 vote that police can search a home without a warrant, even if the suspect has objected,...
February 25, 2014 - 8:04pm
Worthington Ag Parts plans privacy fence in front of business
WORTHINGTON -- Nobles County Planning Commission members approved a conditional use permit during their Wednesday night meeting for Worthington...
news / business
August 25, 2011 - 7:54pm
March 18, 2010
Editorial: Feds get 'social'
Are you on Facebook yet? Or Twitter, or some another social networking site? Everyone's doing it -- even the federal government. An Associated Press report Tuesday detailed how U.S. law enforcement agents are now going undercover online, using false profiles to communicate with...
opinion / editorials
March 18, 2010 - 12:00am