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Worthington Middle School Festival of Music event is Monday evening
Heron Lake-Okabena students gather 'Coins for Kids'
Doubt remains in Daubt; Democrats have concerns about new House speaker
Windom schools say no to winter weather
Education, research and new treatments assisting people with diabetes
Prep boys hockey: Luverne skates away from Worthington
Prep boys basketball: Antes sinks nine threes as Windom Area survives JCC
Prep gymnastics: Worthington soars to 140.175
Prep girls basketball: Jackson County Central tops Windom, SWC beats Canby
Prep wrestling: Four from Worthington get into Riot semifinals
Column: Substitute teachers a key component of District 518
Column: Elizabeth Warren, godmother of sorts
Column: Worthington Christian School offering program tonight on 'The Trees of Christmas'
Letter: Letter on Christmas wasn't meant to be negative
Column: Energy industry -- CO2 is good for us
Anita Rose (Ling) Siegmann
Florence "Kip" Gee
Cyril F. Gengler
Teresa Marie Stofferan
Season's jottings: Newsroom staffers share Christmas memories
Column: If Worthington builds it, they sure would come
The pageantry of it all
Looking Back: 1964 - Armour helps Worthington hit employment high
HO, HO, HO: Koster has jolly time standing in for Santa
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Probst 80th birthday
Schubert 90th birthday
Amundson 100th birthday
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale
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October 20, 2009
Recent sunshine leads to harvest time
WORTHINGTON -- With one rain delay after another keeping area farmers out of the fields, Gene "Pucky" Sandager thinks farmers should start putting names to these "monsoons" of rain and snow showers that have interrupted harvest -- kind of like they assign names to tropical storms...
October 20, 2009 - 12:00am
October 6, 2009
Farmers in a rain delay
WORTHINGTON -- Soybean harvest across southwest Minnesota has been spotty the past two weeks, thanks to a crop that is maturing later than usual and an ongoing stretch of rainy weather that has kept farmers out of fields that are ready. Minnesota's weekly Crop Weather report, issued...
October 6, 2009 - 12:00am
May 24, 2009
Evacuation lifted in Brewster
The evacuation of Brewster was lifted at 12:55 a.m. Sunday, and residents are now free to return to their homes in the community. Residents were evacuated shortly after 10 p.m., when a fire at Minnesota Soybean Processors in Brewster warranted extra precautions. More details will...
May 24, 2009 - 12:54am
January 22, 2009
Lake Wilson farmer honored for leadership
LAKE WILSON -- Rural Lake Wilson farmer Gene Stoel was honored earlier this month as the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council's Director of the Year. The award was presented during a luncheon at the Minnesota Soybean Growers Association annual meeting Jan. 7. Stoel...
January 22, 2009 - 12:00am
Comparing soybean planting population and profits
WORTHINGTON -- Following the trend of most agricultural inputs, soybean seed costs have tracked upward as well. In the quest to reduce input costs, growers may be asking themselves if greater profits could be achieved with reduced seeding rates. The answer depends in part on...
January 22, 2009 - 12:00am
December 6, 2008
A farm field proposal
SIBLEY, Iowa -- Courtney Scott isn't easily surprised. This, her boyfriend knows. But on a clear November day, it was Andrew Krogman who successfully pulled the wool over his girl's eyes and, in the end, she had an engagement ring on her finger. To this day, she doesn't remember...
December 6, 2008 - 12:00am
August 14, 2008
An aphid explosion
WORTHINGTON -- Rural Round Lake farmer Tom Wiese pointed out a winged aphid on the underside of a leaf in his soybean field Wednesday morning, as crops specialist Liz Stahl, of the Regional Extension Center in Worthington, looked on. Aphid populations across southwest Minnesota and...
August 14, 2008 - 12:00am
July 24, 2008
Crop losses add up
RED WING - If it were just hail or high winds, that would have been one thing. But the combination of both two weeks ago today left many area farmers reeling when their soybeans and corn plants were battered in the storm. "In some places, it's as bad as I've ever seen soybean damage,"...
July 24, 2008 - 1:00pm