One year ago RE/MAX hosted a grand opening at its new offices located at 1626 Oxford St., Worthington. The business formerly operated under the Real Estate Retrievers umbrella.
WORTHINGTON — Although it was the John Deere green of featured Nobles County Implement products that greeted hundreds of curious consumers outside the Worthington Event Center on Saturday, a wide array of displays ranging from insurance agencies to landscaping services beckoned inside. In its fifth year, the Radio Works-sponsored Home & Lifestyle Show was well attended and positively received.
WORTHINGTON — It isn’t every week that Worthington musicians perform at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis. But this week, three Worthington High School (WHS) students will do just that, and four more students will sing across the street at Central Lutheran Church.
WORTHINGTON — Three Worthington Middle School (WMS) girls know exactly how to spell success: Focus on reading and go with your gut. On Tuesday, sixth-grader Victoria Beltran, seventh-grader Jenna Hoffman and eighth-grader Samara Nordby put their brains to work and represented WMS as contestants in the SWWC Service Cooperative’s Regional Spelling Bee at the Redwood Area Community Center, Redwood Falls.
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington High School (WHS) gymnasium will take a break from the squeaks of basketball sneakers and bouncing balls Monday evening when the school’s four large-group music ensembles perform their annual “contest concert” there at 7 p.m. Strains of choral music from the Concert and Trojan Choirs will float to the rafters, along with a little Handel from the WHS Orchestra and some Appalachian flair shared by the WHS Concert Band.
WORTHINGTON — If the skate fits, lace it up and hit the ice. That’s exactly what all the adults involved with enabling a $15,000 Worthington Regional Health Care Foundation (WRHCF) grant to the Worthington Hockey Association (WHA) were shooting for: better rental skates and more of them available in the most common sizes needed by the community’s youths.
“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept and celebrate those differences.” — Audre Lorde, civil rights activist and writer, as quoted on womensmarch.com WORTHINGTON — Whether you’re a U.S. citizen who is relishing or dreading today’s presidential inauguration, more than a million folks are choosing to set their sights on Saturday instead.
WORTHINGTON — Who cares about the January thaw? This weekend, participants in Worthington’s Winterfest will concentrate on the cold, even if wind chills don’t reach record lows. When you’re on a frozen lake playing three-on-three pond hockey, or stripping down to your bare feet for a stab at the Deep Freeze Dip, being outside in the world of white is what it’s all about.
One year ago Pending city financing approval, the former Northland Mall property in Worthington could become the site of a new Marthaler Automotive dealership. Yellow Company LLC, a company owned by Aaron Marthaler, hoped to purchase the property from Brian Pellowski for $1.6 million.
One year ago Ed Blair, who in 1956 was one of the two first student ambassadors to Worthington's sister city of Crailsheim, Germany, died in Arizona after a brief fight with pancreatic cancer at the age of 76. Blair was a Worthington High School junior when he and fellow student Gene Janssen were chosen to represent Worthington as student ambassadors in Crailsheim for a year.