Skip to main content
Mistrial declared in Wisconsin terrorizing case after juror held in contempt of court
Man arrested following discovery of buried body in Otter Tail County
Officials call St. Paul meeting to answer questions on Level 3 group
Data: Sept. 24, 2018
Report: Agencies struggled with communication during Husky fire
Boos bombard Vikings in home loss to Bills
Mauer as Twins Manager-for-a-Day? Molitor might consider it
Twins spoil A's clinching party on the road
McFeely: Odds are, you didn't see this Vikings loss coming
Gophers, bewildered by blowout loss to Maryland, lose Antoine Winfield for season
The Globe Best of 2018
Vote for ‘Best of The Globe 2018' starting October 1st!
Vote for the Globe Best of 2018 Nominations through Saturday, Sept. 22
Irvin moves across Duluth harbor for first time in 30 years
Worthington microbrewery being designed by local native
Place a Business Announcement
Clam chowder prepared with river mussels?
Daughter's desire to remain employed conflicts with mom's needs
Columns: Plenty to thankful for regarding KTD
Letter: 'Texas Guy' enjoys KTD hospitality
Column: District 518 making sure 'All Students Count'
De Lorris Quiring
Stanley "Chub" Clair Schaeffer
Gregory W. Jensen
EpiPen shortage persists for some: Lifesaving device still in short supply as prices rise
Dear daughters, from Mom
First-ever Bleed Maroon and Gold blood driving coming to Worthington Oct. 1
Apple or Scalpel: Thursday event will focus on lifestyle/disease connection
Disheveled Theologian: Won't you be my neighbor?
out and about
Mary Anne McNab
Paul and Beverly Hansberger
MNIT seeks funds to protect Minnesotans' data
Probate of Vernon G. Engelkes
City of Worthington planning commission notice of public hearing
September 8, 2018
Windom teen reduces school cafeteria waste
WINDOM — A Windom teenager hopes to make a big difference in the world, and she’s doing so one milk carton at a time. Thanks to seventh-grader...
September 8, 2018 - 9:01am
September 2, 2018
Trash talk: Recycling at State Fair isn’t as easy as it sounds, but growing
FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. — Bryan Schave of Burnsville and Keith Hughes of Minnetonka did their best to recycle while at the Minnesota State...
September 2, 2018 - 7:05pm
June 12, 2018
With help, Moorhead business aims to be 'the most sustainable little malt plant in the world'
MOORHEAD, Minn.—The Minnesota Waste Wise Foundation has been providing safe, cost-saving alternatives for environmental sustainability...
June 12, 2018 - 10:26am
February 16, 2014
Environmental groups split
Environmentalists are usually unified, marching shoulder-to-shoulder to help Planet Earth. But not on this issue. A proposal to charge a 10-cent...
February 16, 2014 - 8:24pm
December 18, 2011
Larger bins boost recycling locally
WORTHINGTON -- Four months after Worthington residents received new recycling bins on wheels, Schaap Sanitation has seen what already was an...
December 18, 2011 - 7:57pm
August 15, 2011
Recycling carts on their way to Worthington
WORTHINGTON -- In a county that already recycles nearly 50 percent of its waste stream, new, larger recycling carts are welcome news for Worthington...
August 15, 2011 - 7:48pm
June 13, 2011
Recycling to shift to every other week in city
WORTHINGTON -- There will be some changes to the recycling program in Worthington effective in October following action taken Monday night by the Worthington City Council. A new five-year contract between the city and Schaap Sanitation for residential solid waste/recycling collection...
June 13, 2011 - 11:28pm
February 9, 2009
Letter: Do all possible to encourage recycling
Now politicians in Minnesota are talking about the "great burn barrel crisis." To me, this is the equivalent of killing a flea with a sledgehammer,...
February 9, 2009 - 12:00am
December 10, 2008
Recyclers see falling prices in slow economy
WORTHINGTON -- In the last few months, Jon Bloemendaal has seen the bottom fall out of the recycling market in Murray County -- and it's a problem...
December 10, 2008 - 12:00am
August 22, 2008
Saving the planet, one item at a time
WORTHINGTON -- It's hard to imagine what 300 tons -- 600,000 pounds -- of stuff looks like, but that is the estimated amount not going into our nation's landfills on a daily basis, thanks to The Freecycle Network. The Internet Web site established five years ago in Tucson, Ariz.,...
August 22, 2008 - 12:00am