WORTHINGTON — Minnesota West Community and Technical College students can register to vote Thursday during a free student life event on the college’s Worthington campus. From 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the campus lawn, students will receive free food, T-shirts and and listen to a band while registering to vote.
WORTHINGTON — The Manna Food Pantry and the Nobles County Shop with a Cop each recently received more than $1,500, thanks to a first-time bike run across Nobles County in July. The Back the Badge Bike Run and T-Shirt sales raised $3,115.14 during its July bike ride across the county and extended fundraiser through the end of August.
WORTHINGTON — Approximately 1,800 students from 30 southwest Minnesota high schools will get exposure to a variety of potential career fields during Tuesday’s Southwest Minnesota Career Expo. More than 120 exhibitors will be on Minnesota West Community and Technical College’s Worthington campus from 9:15 a.m. to 12:25 p.m. to spark student interest and get them to begin thinking about their careers after high school.
Renee Schnurstein Occupation: Nobles County Deputy Recorder Residence: Worthington Why are you seeking this office? I am currently Deputy Recorder for Nobles County. In the five years I have served as deputy recorder I have realized that everything in my professional life has been leading up to and preparing me for filing for Nobles County Recorder.
Tuesday high school sports roundup: GIRLS TENNIS Marshall 7, Worthington 0 MARSHALL -- Two singles matches might have gone either way, but both of them went the home team’s way Tuesday as the Marshall Tigers defeated Worthington 7-0.
BY AARON HAGEN The Globe WORTHINGTON -- For Guadalupe Padilla, it was tough watching from the sidelines. Padilla, a sophomore on Worthington’s boys soccer team, suffered a concussion before the season started and was forced to miss the first two weeks.
Amublance 1:51 a.m. Tuesday: 200 block of 12th Street, Worthington, adult male feeling very weak and having difficulty walking. Fire 1:34 p.m. Tuesday: 12000 block of 330th Street, Ellsworth, semi truck on fire. Police
HILLS -- Host Hills-Beaver Creek improved to 8-3 on the high school volleyball season with a sweep of Edgerton Monday night. Scores were 25-12, 25-14, 25-20. Kailey Rozeboom wsa 23-for-25 serving with four aces and teammate Sadie Fuerstenberg was 17-for-18 with nine aces. Sidney Fick had 12 kills. Grace Bundesen and Abby Knobloch had nine and seven digs, respectively.
BY LES KNUTSON The Globe
Ambulance 2:10 p.m. Monday: 1400 block of North Crailsheim Drive, Worthington, juvenile male who had passed out. Crashes NCSO: crash with injuries, 4:55 p.m. Sunday, Interstate 90 off ramp and Nobles County 25. WPD: car-vs.dog, 5:45 a.m. Monday, First Avenue and 15th Street. WPD: 11:55 a.m. Monday, Oxford Street and Grand Avenue.