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Van Leeuwen honored
Farm to Table
No signs of struggle in Apple Valley murder-suicide
Democrats say they helped Greater Minnesota
DNR pulls permit of Iron Range wildlife rehabilitator
Report: NFL will try new replay method
Patriots say they followed rules, accept no blame
NFLPA instructs Patriots players to 'reserve comment'
Jets hire Johnson as DL coach
NFL-Super Bowl has ways to go in captivating global audience
Column: Spirit Week celebrated at Worthington Christian School
Column: Turning a deaf ear to the world
Column: Taxpayers suffer under IRS priorities
Column: When the pope talks ...
Letter: Winners named in Elks essay contest
Dewis Emalyn Ahlberg
Doris M. McClain
Dennis A. Roning
Nathan O. Skattum
Revving for retirement: Ricker leaves full-time ministry after almost 20 years at First Lutheran
Looking Back: 1940 - Steamed turned into blades of new turbine at Worthington power plant
Column: On a mild, windy January day, some storm stories
Out & About: Jan. 16-31
'Birdman,' 'Budapest Hotel' lead Oscar nominations
Out and About
Goedken 90th birthday
Clark 85th birthday
Van Ede 50th anniversary
Graff 70th anniversary
Data: Jan. 23, 2015
Notice to Bidders for Oxford Street Water Reconstruction
Regular School Board Meeting Minutes for December
School Board Work Session for January
Special School Board Meeting January
January 11, 2015
Cannon restoration delayed, but moving back on track
WORTHINGTON — After starting off with a bang by garnering support and collecting monetary donations, plans to restore a World War II-era Japanese cannon long displayed in Worthington’s Chautauqua Park are getting back on track after months with little progress. It was in November...
January 11, 2015 - 6:50pm
September 26, 2014
Column: A memorial project at long last remembered
WORTHINGTON — We English speakers put two common words together and make something uncommon. Jelly. I think there is a jar in the refrigerator. Beans. The most common of all staples. There is a can of beans in the cupboard. Jelly plus beans. Wow! Here is something that never has...
opinion / columns
September 26, 2014 - 4:42pm
August 15, 2014
Column: The high points of a visit to southwest Minnesota
I learned only last week that Al Tlam — Elvin Tlam — died two years ago. He was 88, and he lived in State of Washington for decades. An engineer for Boeing. I would be surprised if half-a-dozen people from the local area know of Al. I knew Al because we each had rooms in Pioneer...
opinion / columns
August 15, 2014 - 9:41pm
November 7, 2012
Crippen to be honored at event
WORTHINGTON -- The Minnesota West Foundation will honor former Daily Globe editor Ray Crippen during its third Evening with the Stars fundraiser...
Minnesota West / news
November 7, 2012 - 7:36pm
March 31, 2011
Ray Crippen: Right on time: The many faces of Worthington's clocks
WORTHINGTON -- Daily Globe editor Ryan McGaughey asked for contributions to this year's Daily Globe Super Edition. "The theme is 'Faces and Places,'"...
news / columns
March 31, 2011 - 12:00am
November 13, 2010
Everybody needs to drink milk -- pasteurized milk
WORTHINGTON -- Oh yes. In a time gone by -- years and years gone by -- I drank raw milk many times. I had five uncles who lived on farms. We visited uncles and their families quite regularly for Sundays, for birthdays. Every kid needed to have milk at every meal. That's what everyone...
opinion / columns
November 13, 2010 - 12:00am
September 24, 2010
Column: A landlord vs. tenant showdown, circa 1910
WORTHINGTON -- Sept. 25. The final five days of September loom ahead. These are the days the migration began.
September 24, 2010 - 10:38pm
April 7, 2010
Humphrey still remembered in downtown Worthington
WORTHINGTON -- There is a blog that expresses disbelief. People outside Minnesota, the blogger says, are bewildered. The commission for Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is spending more than $2 million to erase the names of the airport's Lindbergh Terminal and Humphrey Terminal...
April 7, 2010 - 12:00am
December 26, 2009
Column: A day that will live in infamy -- an 1862 version
WORTHINGTON -- This is the day some remember as "the most significant" in Minnesota history. Other remember it as Minnesota's most infamous day. It was 147 year ago, on this day after Christmas, 1862, that U.S. soldiers looped ropes around the necks of 38 Dakota warriors on a large,...
columns / lifestyles / opinion
December 26, 2009 - 12:00am