WORTHINGTON — No snow shovel is needed for this forecast: there’s a 100 percent chance the “spring” performances of the Worthington High School (WHS) 135-member concert band and the Worthington Middle School (WMS) bands will happen.
One year ago Greg Wede, Worthington, was named the new executive director of Love INC. The Vacuum and Sewing Dealers Trade Association magazine's April edition featured an article about Wortihngton's Crafty Corner Quilt and Sewing Shoppe, which was owned by Zuby and Ken Jansen.
WORTHINGTON — Next Saturday, Andrea Bloch of rural Fulda will be one of five area residents recognized at the annual Southwest Crisis Center (SWCC) “Faces of Hope” banquet. This important event is a major fundraiser for the regional non-profit organization that provides support and direct services to primary and secondary survivors of domestic and sexual violence within a five-county area.
One year ago District 518 officials hosted a public meeting on Tuesday evening at Worthington High School to present several building options seeking to solve the district's overcrowding issues. Public opinion was sought on the proposals, emphasized Superintendent John Landgaard.
WORTHINGTON — Shear Expressions of Worthington is celebrating its 25th anniversary this month. The full-service salon, owned by Coleen Bui for its entire quarter-century of existence, is likely the town’s longest running single-owner salon.
WORTHINGTON — When Shandra Meier fell ill with colitis last June, the Sanford Worthington Medical Center doctor who treated her thought it was odd. “I’m a little young to have it, and people generally don’t get it at my age,” said Meier, a 36-year-old mother of four who lives in Fulda with her family.
WORTHINGTON — It may feel like a rockin’ dream but it’s no rumor: a hot group of Minnesota-based musicians will perform “Rumours and Dreams: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac” at 7 p.m. next Saturday at Memorial Auditorium Performing Arts Center (MAPAC).
One year ago Minnesota entrepreneur Sam Roy presented during the opening session of the 13th annual Worthington Bio Conference. Roy's presentation came during the Technology & Entrepreneurs Showcase, in which he discussed how he and his company, Micronutrient Technologies Inc., was transforming water.
WORTHINGTON — With the support of a generous arts learning grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, the Minneapolis-based Minnesota Sinfonia will visit Worthington next week.
One year ago Worthington's Alternative Learning Center hosted a Culture Day. The countries of Guatemala, El Salvador, Thailand and Mexico, plus several African countries, were represented. The event was led by the Minnesota Association of Alternative Programs STARS Leadership Development class.