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A vehicle rests in a shallow waterway after going off the road on Jackson County 5 late Tuesday afternoon. There were many vehicles reported in ditches and off roadways due...
McKenzie Gerhard (beautiful witch) and her brother Kasey trick or treat at the Pioneer Village Saturday night in Worthington. FCCLA members handed out the candy at various stations in the...
Athlete Julie Erickson celebrates bowling a strike during the Special Olympics bowling tournament Saturday at Oxford Bowl in Worthington. Oxford Bowl has held the event for 24 years. Sponsors for...
Zombies come out as children tour “Zombie Land” Thursday afternoon at the Nobles County library Thursday in Worthington. Contact the library for information on tour times available today.
Traffic on U.S. 59 north of Worthington is shown Tuesday afternoon after the highway’s re-opening.
Actors with CLIMB (Creative Learning Ideas for Mind and Body) Theatre, based in Inver Grove Heights, are shown performing a scene from “The Great Tooth Exchange” Monday morning at Prairie Elementary in Worthington. CLIMB is a touring, educational theatre group that brings plays and classes directly to schools and other agencies across the Upper Midwest. “The Great Tooth Exchange” was performed for Prairie Elementary students in kindergarten through second grade, while “Valentine’s Day” was staged for third- and fourth-graders.
Worthington Middle School fifth-grade student Yazmin Aruzo (left) assists Youth Frontier’s “Johnny” during the Kindness Retreat Thursday afternoon at the American Reformed Church in Worthington. Fifth-grade students from Fulda and Adrian also participated in the event, which continues today.
Jay Larson of Larson Crane Service digs out the concrete edge while working on the Park Avenue construction project Wednesday afternoon in Worthington. (Brian Korthals/Daily Globe)