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WORTHINGTON — Two unnamed male juveniles were taken into custody Saturday and are being held on multiple offenses following a short pursuit with law enforcement in a stolen vehicle. According to press release issued Monday morning by the Worthington Police Department, officers reported to an undisclosed Worthington business in response to a panic alarm received at 7:54 p.m. Saturday.
ADRIAN — A Massachusetts man arrested Wednesday in Adrian faces criminal charges after marijuana and marijuana products were allegedly discovered in his vehicle. According to the criminal complaint, Brouk Belay, 27, of Roxbury, Mass. had taken the Adrian exit along Interstate 90 after speeding and immediately braking upon seeing a Minnesota State Patrol car.
LUVERNE — Wednesday was a big day for Mannuel “Manny” Olson. The Luverne man had plenty to celebrate, having not only accomplished 721 days of sobriety, but also graduating from Minnesota Cornerstone Treatment Court, where he’s been a participant for nearly two years.
WORTHINGTON — A lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota alleging use of excessive force during a July 2016 traffic stop by a Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force member employed by the city’s police department has seemingly concluded.
WORTHINGTON — A complaint warrant was filed Monday in Nobles County District Court against a former Worthington man accused of stealing a motor vehicle upon moving out of his roommate’s home. According to the complaint warrant, a Worthington man reported that his brother’s vehicle — which had been parked in his driveway — had been stolen in late August.
WORTHINGTON — A St. Paul man was sentenced to 90 days in jail related to a third-degree drug possession charge filed last November following t he discovery of 28 pounds of marijuana in a vehicle he was driving through Nobles County.
WORTHINGTON — The ball got rolling Monday on a potential solution to school snow days — something Independent School District 518 would not likely implement for at least two years, if at all.
WORTHINGTON — In a first-of-a-kind outreach from one of Minnesota’s major museums, southwest Minnesotans now have an opportunity to explore race-related topics spanning across multiple centuries without having to travel much farther than their back doors.
WORTHINGTON — More than a month after the passing of Johnson Jewelry’s pillar personality and head jeweler, Jeff Johnson, the downtown storefront’s ‘open’ sign remains flashing, though transitions have occurred behind its doors.
WORTHINGTON — Growing Worthington in multiple ways was a central theme of Tuesday night’s mayoral candidates forum hosted in the Worthington City Hall band room. At the forefront of that discussion,candidates Mike Kuhle, Alan Oberloh and Benjamin Weber shared their thoughts on not only how to attract individuals to Worthington, but how to retain them.