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WORTHINGTON — The Worthington City Council on Monday night learned about a new type of cellular communications technology that will now be installed in Worthington after being approved by an unanimous vote.
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington City Council on Monday night discussed an issue that affects all area residents — the current lack of a movie theater of any sort in the...
JACKSON — After years of careful planning and waiting, Jackson County Library Director Tamara Erickson and her staff are in the midst of a major renovation and expansion project at...
SIBLEY, Iowa — A steady, picturesque snow was framed in the large front windows of the Lantern Coffeehouse and Roastery in downtown Sibley late Wednesday morning as dozens of interested...
LAKE PARK, Iowa — Harris-Lake Park rode Blake Gunderson’s 17-point night to a comfortable victory over the visiting Clay Central-Everly Mavericks. The Wolves got out to a hot start and carried a 14-5 lead at the end of one. The Mavericks closed that gap in the second. They poured in 16 to only nine for the home team to get within two at the half, 23-21. That’s where the H-LP advantage remained going into the fourth, but a 15-9 final eight sealed it.
WORTHINGTON — WREDC Executive Director Abraham Algadi is optimistic about the Promenade on Oxford project, and sees it as a crucial step toward a positive future for Worthington and the surrounding area. “The challenges that the mall can help us address are longstanding challenges in the community, in terms of retail market capture, restaurants and housing issues,” Algadi said. “A 2013 U of M Retail Trade Analysis of Worthington and Nobles County found that right now we are missing about $125 million in trade dollars per year.”
Jan. 30 Brian Pellowski, owner of PBK Investments, speaks at the Worthington Regional Economic Development Corp. conference and unveils preliminary plans for the Northland Mall property redevelopment. Pellowski explains that the mall building was too deteriorated to be rehabilitated and must be torn down to make way for new development. Feb. 12
WORTHINGTON — As Worthington is gripped in winter’s icy embrace, Worthington Mayor Mike Kuhle and City Administrator Steve Robinson are looking to the next several months, when — if all things go as hoped — spring will bring with it significant developments with the mall property redevelopment.
EDGERTON — In a cross-border battle, the Southwest Minnesota Christian Eagles made an impressive first-half run stick en route to a huge 30-point victory over the Chargers of Sioux Falls Christian. Southwest went on a devastating 27-7 run in the middle of the first half that Sioux Falls could not overcome.
WORTHINGTON — A growing rural community of nearly 13,000 needs a healthy combination of economic development, strategic planning and community engagement to sustain its success and prepare for the future...