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Protests close Mall of America; more than 20 arrested
Holiday shoppers, beware -- scam artists prevalent this time of year
In Colombia, Catholic faith runs deep at Christmas
Schomacker receives House committee assignments
Blood drive set for Dec. 29 in Adrian
Prep boys hockey: Worthington looks for better fortunes in 2015
Prep girls basketball: Worthington fends off Sioux Falls Roosevelt
Prep wrestling: Worthington takes 11th at Riot; Jackson County Central clinches fifth
Prep boys basketball: Murray County Central beats Pipestone Area in OT
Iowa prep wrestling: Sibley-Ocheyedan cleans up at Spencer
Column: Marco Rubio's fury over Cuba shift
Column: How to fight the lone wolf
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'
John H. Almlie
Jurene L. Roslansky
Robert P. Knips
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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May 9, 2014
MN Sunday liquor-law feud ends quietly
ST. PAUL — State lawmakers pushing to chip away at — and eventually repeal — the Minnesota law that prohibits liquor stores from opening on Sundays threw in the towel Friday. The effort is dead, for now. “I guess I consider the Rest In Peace date on this today, for the...
May 9, 2014 - 9:21pm
March 6, 2014
Another try at Sunday liquor sales
ST. PAUL — Allowing liquor stores to open on Sundays remains a steep climb in the Minnesota Legislature, so its prime proponent is willing to accept “baby steps.” Sen. Roger Reinert, D-Duluth, has introduced seven bills that to varying degrees allow Sunday sales, including...
March 6, 2014 - 8:18pm
January 10, 2012
Families of deployed National Guard members enjoy Sunday get-together
LUVERNE -- When your spouse is overseas on military duty, life isn't always much of a party. But on Sunday, families of deployed National Guard members were treated to an afternoon of food and fun at the Blue Mound Banquet and Meeting Centre, courtesy of the Luverne National Guard...
January 10, 2012 - 7:59pm
August 14, 2011
Sunday service a traditional family favorite at the Nobles County Fair
WORTHINGTON -- From Wednesday through Saturday of "fair week," the Nobles County Fairgrounds is a flurry of activity, and Olson Arena -- the site of most livestock shows -- is often among the busiest spots. But come Sunday morning, the arena was a place of serenity, with fresh sawdust...
August 14, 2011 - 10:06pm
July 18, 2011
Healthcare Forum is Sunday in Tracy
TRACY -- Minnesota Universal Health Care Coalition member Sharon Schmidt is hosting the Tracy Health Care Forum at 2 p.m. Sunday, at Twin Circles, 760 Morgan St., Tracy. Dr. Michael B. DeBrule will moderate the event. Local community leaders Kevin Vickerman, Mike Martin, John...
July 18, 2011 - 9:24pm
May 12, 2011
Mother's Day Celebration Sunday
WORTHINGTON -- Mother's Day is over, but the Worthington community will continue to honor area mothers with music and prizes at the annual Mother's Day Celebration from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday at St. Mary's School. "We'd just like to invite everybody and welcome all the mothers ... and...
May 12, 2011 - 8:11pm
November 6, 2008
One thumbs up, two thumbs down for Sunday liquor
LUVERNE -- A question posed to voters in two communities and one township in the region proved that not everyone is ready to allow their local businesses to serve up a glass of wine or a mixed drink on Sundays. The Sunday liquor measure was defeated in Luverne and in Midway Township...
November 6, 2008 - 12:00am
June 11, 2008
Column: Billy Sunday story sparks '40 memories
WORTHINGTON -- Norma Norell's article in Feb. 20 Daily Globe set my memory banks back six decades. I served at a prisoner of war site camp in Whiteville, N.C. The German POWs cut pulpwood for paper and lived in the confines of the camp. From the Dec. 8, 1906, issue of the Globe,...
June 11, 2008 - 12:00am