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Dayton would keep surplus spending to $162 million
Another try at Sunday liquor sales
Lake Ocheda changes require buy-in
House passes $500 million tax cut
Section 3A boys basketball: SWC denied state trip
Section 2A girls basketball: Mankato Loyola trims SWU
State Class A boys hockey: Luverne beats Chisago Lakes Area
Scott Rall: Puppies and the art of buying one
MPCA issues air pollution health alert for portions of MN
Column: President's budget is without vision
Column: Protecting older Iowans - and protecting taxpayers
Column: Once upon a moonbeam
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Letter: Time to invest in transportation
Religion briefs: March 6
Out & About: March 7-28
Looking Back: 1974 - Worthington and region plagued by dry conditions
Stitches in time: Quilt projects fill hours for 93-year-old Bob Shore
Column: A trip through Org's history (try not to get lost)
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Zahren 90th birthday
Huehn 90th birthday
Heeren 50th anniversary
Walker 80th birthday
Leckband 80th birthday
2014-2015 Community and Visitor Guide
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June 1, 2013
Column: Junior college prepared pilots for WWII
WORTHINGTON -- A Worthington boy was telling his dad about Pearl Harbor as they drove home from the cemetery on Memorial Day. He had watched a Pearl Harbor DVD he said. "The Japanese missed our carriers, but we had no way to fight back. We weren't ready for a war." I said nothing....
June 1, 2013 - 12:00am
May 23, 2012
A proud graduate
BREWSTER -- In the fall of 1933, Ray Wolff was working behind five horses in the field while his friends drove past, tooting their car horns...
May 23, 2012 - 9:21pm
April 28, 2011
Video + Story: The Army medic and the Navy officer
ROCK RAPIDS, Iowa -- It was nearly two years ago that Roscoe and Nadene Pettengill filled out the required paperwork and applied to go on Honor...
April 28, 2011 - 10:22pm
April 21, 2011
Top of the class
PIPESTONE -- Imagine spending 22 months of your life in training for a skill you will never get to fully utilize in service to your country. It's almost bittersweet -- bitter knowing you were well trained and confident in the mission; and sweet because you know flying just one mission...
April 21, 2011 - 9:47pm
April 14, 2011
Medic earns Purple Heart, Bronze Star in Europe
LAKE PARK, Iowa -- If Cecil Zahren had been given the option to choose his assignment in World War II, he would have been a paratrooper. Instead,...
April 14, 2011 - 9:41pm
April 7, 2011
War filled with terrible memories
LUVERNE -- Sixty-five years have passed since Gordon Tobiason boarded a ship to bring him back home after World War II had ended in the European Theater, and to this day the Rock County veteran still does not want to talk about the horrific sights of war. Tobiason gets a bit misty-eyed...
April 7, 2011 - 8:08pm
March 17, 2011
Man on a mission
BINGHAM LAKE -- It was quite an opportunity for a southwest Minnesota farm boy -- flying one of those airplanes he'd often admired from the ground...
March 17, 2011 - 9:28pm
March 3, 2011
Honor Flight: A long line of service
BIGELOW -- When the war broke out on two fronts in December 1941, John Sikma was working alongside his dad on their family farm east of Ocheyedan,...
March 3, 2011 - 7:41pm
August 11, 2010
Bousema joined family tradition of military service
SANBORN, Iowa -- Like many men of the greatest generation, Bill Bousema isn't one to brag about his service during World War II. Like many men of the greatest generation, he doesn't need to. "I've been bragging enough," said the former private first class. "But they say if you...
August 11, 2010 - 8:55pm
August 4, 2010
Voss captured history as WWII soldier
SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa -- Vernon Voss is a real sharp shooter. And he ain't bad with a rifle, either. As a corporal in the 33rd Infantry Division...
August 4, 2010 - 9:33pm
April 8, 2010
Sailor survived a sinking ship
CHANDLER -- The USS Gambier Bay went down in history as the only American aircraft carrier to be sunk by gunfire during World War II. She remains at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean today, a victim of an Imperial Japanese Navy attack on Oct. 25, 1944. More than 120 of the Gambier...
April 8, 2010 - 12:00am