One year ago After months of planning, the city of Worthington was moving closer to an agreement that could bring a five-screen movie theatre to town. The city council was to review its Memorandum of Understanding with Minnetonka real estate developer PBK Investments LLC, and if the council approved of the site plans, it could move forward to sell the property in question.
WORTHINGTON — With more than 370 sixth- through 12th-grade ISD 518 choral students set to sing at a 7 p.m. Monday concert, directors Kerry Johnson and Cindy Anderson are joining forces for a satisfying show.
WORTHINGTON — With more than 370 sixth- through 12th-grade ISD 518 choral students set to sing at a 7 p.m. Monday concert, directors Kerry Johnson and Cindy Anderson are joining forces for a satisfying show. “We’re opening with a mass choir piece, ‘In Meeting We Are Blessed,’” said Johnson, leader of the Worthington High School (WHS) choral program.
One year ago John Kirchner, executive director of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Midwest Regional Office, spoke to Worthington business owners and administrators about how they might be affected by new overtime rules that would take effect in December.
WORTHINGTON — Nearly 80 singers from the Worthington High School (WHS) Concert Choir will join their peers from the choirs of Luverne, Blue Earth Area, St. James and Jackson County Central (JCC) at the 2017 Big South Choral Festival on Monday.
WORTHINGTON — Two of Minnesota’s rising music stars will perform live in Worthington next Saturday night at Memorial Auditorium Performing Arts Center (MAPAC). Chastity Brown, recently dubbed by a critic as “one of the top emerging voices in music,” headlines the 7 p.m. show. Brown’s acclaimed album, “Silhouette of Sirens,” was released on May 19, and she has maintained a blistering tour schedule since then.
One year ago The United Way of Nobles County set a campaign goal for the year of $170,000. Willy Nath retired after a 31-year career with the U.S. Postal Service, most of which was spent as a mail carrier on Rushmore's Route 2.
WORTHINGTON — If your Halloween delivered more tricks than treats, here’s a guaranteed remedy: Attend the upcoming ISD 518 band concert at Worthington High School (WHS). At 7:30 p.m. Friday in the WHS gymnasium, more than 400 fifth- through 12th-grade band members will satisfy any musical hankerings — but that’s not all.
WORTHINGTON – Musical compositions of Smetana, Grieg and Holst are among the featured program selections for the upcoming fall concert of the Worthington High School (WHS) and Worthington Middle School (WMS) orchestras. Set for 7 p.m. Monday in the WHS gymnasium, the sixth- through 12th-grade string students will also share the spotlight with the 66-member Concordia Orchestra of Concordia College, Moorhead.
One year ago Attendees continued being scared spookless at Windom's Business, Arts and Recreation's "Haunted Sghoul House" during October. Nobles County Commissioners were considering two separate bonding proposals that could add up to $17 million in funds targeted for road and bridge projects and capital improvement projects.