Aaron Hagen is the Community Content Coordinator for the Daily Globe. He began at the Globe in June 2007 as a sports reporter. After a year, he became the sports editor before taking his current position in the summer of 2011. His main responsibilities are the social media and multimedia for the website, as well as covering the city beat for Worthington.
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T.D. Hostikka, who has been coaching the Worthington VFW bsaeball team for the past few years, is the new baseball coach at Minnesota West Community and Technical College. … Archive...
WORTHINGTON -- As part of the annual capital fund program, the Worthington Housing and Redevelopment Authority was awarded money through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
WORTHINGTON -- The former Kmart building was declared a hazardous building by the city council during its regular meeting Monday night. A letter was sent to the owner of the Northland Mall property outlining the violation of various codes and regulations and ordered the building to be unfit for occupancy. The letter requested Northland Mall Realty Management, LLC to present a written plan on how it was intended to address the issues. After no response during the 30-day time period, the council took the next step.
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WORTHINGTON — A cut fiber optic cable near Mankato caused outages Friday to customers in the southwest corner of Minnesota.
WORTHINGTON -- The Dayton House now has a marker to draw attention to its historical significance..
WORTHINGTON -- Time is up for the owner of the Northland Mall. Stemming from an inspection in mid-June at the former Kmart building, the mall's owner, Northland Mall Realty Management LLC, was sent an official letter from the city of Worthington. From that letter, dated June 24, the ownership group had 30 days to reply with a plan to address the issues related to the building.
WORTHINGTON -- The bid for grinding the stumps left from tree damage caused by the April ice ice storm has been re-awarded to another company. At the July 8 city council meeting, the bid was awarded to Prairie Landscaping for $41,034. However, Prairie Landscaping owner Allen Drost recently sent a letter to the city resigning from the stump removal contract.
The Worthington Area YMCA had its annual Fun Run on July 31 at Olson Park. Proceeds from the event went to Wayne Klumper, who is recovering from a motorcycle accident...
WORTHINGTON -- During its regular meeting Monday afternoon, the Worthington Public Utilities Water and Light Commission discussed water and the Lewis and Clark Regional Water System. The most recent reading at Well 26, which has been the well used to determine the local water levels, was at 24 feet, 8 inches. That was a four-inch drop from the week before. Currently, the well is down about 3.5 feet since the ban was lifted and is 4 feet, 4 inches below the 10-year average.