MARSHALL — Lecy Orthodontics announces that Todd Hoggan, DDS, MS has joined the practice of Gregory L. Lecy, DDS, MS. Hoggan will practice with Lecy in his Marshall, Worthington and Pipestone office locations.
Friday, Feb. 3 BOYS BASKETBALL Marshall 75, WHS 44 MARSHALL -- It was a rough start for the Worthington boys basketball team Friday night as Marshall jumped out to an 8-0 lead. However, the Trojans battled back to tie the game midway through the first half before the Tigers were able to take advantage of turnovers in a Big South Conference victory.
SIBLEY, Iowa — The Community Foundation of Osceola County (CFOC) is celebrating the 11th year of its philanthropic existence by announcing 29 new grant awards. An awards ceremony and celebration is planned at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 16 at the Sibley Senior Center. An estimated 6,462 Osceola County residents will benefit from the new CFOC grants. The grants total $91,217.34 from the Endow Iowa Program. Thirty-eight grant requests were received for more than $116,500.
Crashes WORTHINGTON — The Worthington Police Department investigated a crash reported at 8:28 a.m. Friday from the intersection of 12th Street and Fifth Avenue. Ambulance WORTHINGTON — The Worthington Ambulance was dispatched at 9:02 p.m. Thursday to the 1700 block of North Humiston Avenue to transport an individual.
Thursday, Feb. 2 BOYS BASKETBALL Fulda 106, HL-O 71 FULDA -- Dalton Slinger had a monster night for Fulda as the Raiders defeated Heron Lake-Okabena. Slinger finished with 46 points -- one shy of the school record -- while making eight 3-pointers.
WORTHINGTON -- A trio of lower-weight class victories for Worthington, highlighted by a milestone pin by Jacob Prunty, helped the Trojans to a 37-27 victory over Brandon Valley (S.D.) in a wrestling dual on Thursday at Worthington High School. As has become the norm, Worthington controlled the upper-weight matches, but the bottom end showed up just enough to help the Trojans to victory.
Correction The correct day of the Adult Prom, which was the subject of an article in Thursday’s Daily Globe, is Feb. 18. Two different days were mistakenly printed. Crashes
RUSHMORE — The Rushmore Booster Club will hosting a soup and dessert fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 19 in the Rushmore School Gym. Chili, chicken tortellini and vegetable beef soup will be served along with several choices for dessert. All proceeds will be used for improvements at the Rushmore School.
MILFORD, Iowa — Boji Bay Legacy Park has announced its 2017 concert series. The following events are scheduled: June 9: Bad Authority of Carroll, Iowa (Okoboji Bike Rally Preview Show); June 16: National Country Artist Adam Wakefield of Nashville, Tenn. (runner-up on “The Voice,” 2016) and Neon Live of Mankato; June 23: Strutter of Detroit, Mich. (KISS Tribute Show); June 30: The Brits of Omaha, Neb. (British Invasion Tribute Show)
SCOTT RALL Daily Globe outdoors columnist There are days when I wake up that I feel really old. There are other days that I feel a lot younger. At the age of 55 I think I have learned just a few things about life, and one of those is my three rules of human nature. Unless you are a robot every human has what I call bouts of human nature.