BIGELOW — American Legion Post 496 will host its 2019 membership registration and pork chop supper on Sept. 12 with a social time at 5 p.m. and meal at 6 p.m. at the post home in Bigelow. Paid-up membership gets a free meal. The post encourages any veterans in the community who are not members to come join a group made up of veterans and a group that supports all veterans.
GRANITE FALLS — Pioneer Public Television will be airing two back-to-back debates on Thursday, Sept. 13. The first will be between Minnesota House District 22A candidates Joe Schomacker, R-Luverne, and Maxwell Kaufman, DFL-Fulda, at 7 p.m. Immediately following, Minnesota House District 22B candidates Rod Hamilton, R-Mountain Lake, and Cheniqua Johnson, DFL-Worthington, will have their debate. Paul Raymo of Madison will moderate.
FOOTBALL HL-O/F 30, RRC 29 FULDA -- In an exciting 9-man high school football game between two evenly-matched teams, Heron Lake-Okabena / Fulda scored last and came up with a defensive stop to end Red Rock Central’s final drive Friday night, giving the Coyotes a 30-29 victory.
BY SCOTT RALL The Globe outdoors columnist I find it hard to understand how a dog owner can let the dog lay on the couch for 11 months and then can’t understand why the dog gets so tired on opening day.
BY LES KNUTSON The Globe TRACY -- Paced by a typical first-place performance by sophomore sensation Morgan Gehl, along with a closely-bunched finish from its next pack of four, the Murray County Central / Fulda Rebels claimed the girls’ team title of the Panther Invitational high school cross country meet at the Tracy Golf Course Thursday.
Thursday sports roundup: VOLLEYBALL Windom Area 3, Worthington 0 WINDOM -- Host Windom Area moved its perfect 2018 high school volleyball record to 5-0 Thursday night with a 25-10, 25-16, 25-14 win over Worthington.
By Dominic Burns The Globe By DOMINIC BURNS The Globe WORTHINGTON -- Redwood Valley was flying at all cylinders in its matchup against Worthington in Thursday’s high school girls tennis match, which was closer than the final score made it seem to be.
By AARON HAGEN The Globe WORTHINGTON -- Home games are supposed to be an advantage to the team playing on its own field. That hasn’t been the case for the Worthington boys soccer team this season, which had another slow start in Thursday’s game against Southwest Christian. WHS overcame that sluggish first half with a 3-0 victory to improve to 5-0 this season.
Ambulance Jackson County Sheriff’s Office: minor crash, 6:06 p.m., Jackson. WPD: 7:49 a.m. Thursday, McMillan and Clary streets. Fire 2:27 p.m. Thursday: Nobles County 35 and Fellows Avenue, Rushmore, car fire. Rushmore Fire Department dispatched. Police
TRACY -- Adam Koller of Worthington and Morgan Gehl of Murray County Central/Fulda breezed to victory in the Tracy-Milroy-Balaton Panther Invitational cross country meet on Thursday. Koller won the boys varsity race in 17:08.70. Teammate Christian Lietz placed second in 17:29.70. On the girls' side, Gehl made it to the finish line in 19:06.10, well ahead of second-place Grace Drietz of Canby, who came in at 19:35.40.