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TIF for old mall site gets OK
Senate DFLers propose $260 million in tax reductions
County considers reimbursing buyers for portion of costs to demolish properties
Another round of avian influenza rocks Iowa
‘Not a done deal’: County considers Armory Business Center purchase
Prep softball: Worthington gets a smashing debut
Prep tennis: Worthington doubles dominate in home win
Prep baseball: Worthington blanked; Stevens perfect for Windom Area
Prep golf: Worthington earns sweep despite struggles
College baseball: Dordt JV defends home turf against Minnesota West
Column: Does Tsarnaev deserve to die?
Column: Worthington FFA students set to participate at state event
Column: A touch of bipartisanship
Column: Where are the populist Democrats?
Editorial: Is the 4th the 4th if its the 3rd?
Lowell Wayne Jones
LaVonne Joyce Foss
Harvey Harold Everding
Sherri Sue Heimgartner
Toby Justin Iverson
Class of 2015: Nitibhon schedules appointment for career in dentistry
Concert series membership drive begins
Column: Worthington, America's Civil War City
Looking Back: 1940 -- City votes to purchase copper sulfate to treat Lake Okabena for algae
Geared up: Noah Hoehn readies for release of debut album
Out and About
Neeb 85th birthday
Wolf 50th anniversary
Harstad 90th birthday
Data: April 27, 2015
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale
Data: April 26, 2015
Nobles County Board Summary of Minutes for April Session
Summary of Minutes from 2015 Tax-Forfeited Land Meeting
April 9, 2015
Next on Alan Page’s docket: inspire young minorities
ST. PAUL — Amid national concern about racial disparities in the United States, Minnesota Supreme Court Justice and NFL hall of famer Alan Page is doing his part to address the issue. The mission of the Page Education Foundation, which Page and his wife, Diane, launched in 1988,...
April 9, 2015 - 8:53pm
January 21, 2015
Bringing mental health first aid to Minnesota
PIPESTONE — The National Council of Behavioral Health says that it is more likely to come in contact with someone having an emotional difficulty than someone having a heart attack or choking on a piece of food in a restaurant. However, when people typically think about first...
January 21, 2015 - 8:39pm
November 10, 2014
An American Hero
WORTHINGTON — The year was 1943 — just a few weeks after Christmas. The country was at war on two fronts, in Europe and in the Pacific. On...
November 10, 2014 - 8:47pm
October 2, 2014
YMCA receives grant
October 2, 2014 - 7:22pm
September 21, 2014
Column: The myth about public schools
WASHINGTON — Have America’s public schools gotten worse over the years? Americans seem to think so. Every time I write about why attending college is so crucial for moving up the income ladder — or, these days, for landing any job at all — I’m inundated with emails blaming...
opinion / columns
September 21, 2014 - 2:40pm
September 18, 2014
Juvenile faces hit and run charges
CLOQUET — A juvenile from Duluth was apprehended after striking another youth with his car in downtown Cloquet and fleeing the scene. The 17-year-old is facing charges of two felony counts of second-degree assault in two separate incidents that occurred on the same day, as well...
September 18, 2014 - 8:09pm
July 8, 2014
Obama seeks money, fast hearings to curb young migrant surge
WASHINGTON — The U.S. administration took steps Tuesday to halt a cross-border surge of children from Central America, asking Congress for $3.7 billion in emergency spending and putting in place plans to make the youngsters’ deportation hearings a priority. It was President Barack...
July 8, 2014 - 10:03pm