MINNEAPOLIS -- Led by the passing and running of junior quarterback Abraham Stoesz, the Mountain Lake Area high school football team defeated Mountain Iron-Buhl 42-8 Friday morning in the semifinals of the Minnesota state 9-Man tournament. The Wolverines will take a 12-0 record with them to the championship next Friday against defending champion Spring Grove. The showdown will begin at 10 a.m. at U.S. Bank Stadium.
BY LES KNUTSON The Globe sports columnist HERON LAKE -- It was the middle of November in 1984 and the conversation at the Mobil Gas Station in Heron Lake went something like this:
BY SCOTT RALL The Globe outdoors columnist Boy, am I glad this election cycle is almost over. There seems to be a few national races that are still hanging on, but they too will soon fade. Half of the people are happy and the other half are either sad, disappointed or just plain angry. I don’t let the wins or losses on the political front change the way I operate either in my office or in the field.
Ambulance 4:49 p.m. Wednesday: 300 block of Tennessee Avenue, Adrian, adult male fell and hit his head. Adrian Rescue and Ambulance dispatched. 6:40 p.m. Wednesday: 1700 block of Rust Road, Worthington, adult female took too much insulin. 2:09 a.m. Thursday: 600 block of Smith Avenue, Worthington, adult female overdosed on medication. Crashes
Minnesota West introduced six new women's sports recruits on Thursday. They are (from left) Jenessa Schoby of Brandon Valley, S.D. (softball), Keylee Rossow of Jackson County Central (softball), Brianne Ihnen of Harris-Lake Park, Iowa (volleyball and softball), Paetyn Smit of Edgerton (volleyball), Emma Woelber of Westbrook-Walnut Grove (volleyball) and Grace Woelber of Westbrook-Walnut Grove (volleyball). West recruiter C.J. Nelson said, "It's just great to see we got six signing now, and we've got some other girls who should be signing in the coming weeks." (Doug Wolter/The Globe)
THE GLOBE ESTHERVILLE, Iowa -- A poor start doomed the Minnesota West Community and Technical College women’s basketball team to a 69-52 loss against Iowa Lakes Wednesday night. The Lakers outscored the Lady Jays 27-12 in the first quarter. Things went better for West after that, but not good enough.
Ambulance 9:48 p.m. Tuesday: 1700 block of Rust Road, Worthington, adult female who had blacked out. Fire 9:19 a.m. Wednesday: 200th Street and U.S. 59, Brewster, tanker fire that had been put out, but vehicle was still hot. Brewster Fire Department and Minnesota State Patrol dispatched. Crashes WPD: crash, 5:12 p.m. Tuesday, 1700 block of Northeast Minnesota 60.
WORTHINGTON — Minnesota West Community & Technical College Worthington campus sociology instructor Dr. Jay Vargas and his classmates were awarded Most Outstanding Graduate Student Presentation at the NEXUS: College of Liberal Arts Research Symposium recently.
PIPESTONE — Pipestone National Monument and the National Park Service are celebrating National American Indian Heritage Month in November with a showing of the 2018 Public Broadcasting System (PBS) film series “Native America.”
WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Historical Society will host a Christmas Coffee from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Nov. 28, at the museum, 407 12th St., Worthington. Reservations are requested by Nov. 23 by calling the society office at 376-4431.