I first joined the Daily Globe in April 2001 as sports editor. I later became the news editor in November 2002, and the managing editor in August 2006. I'm originally from New York State, and am married with two children.
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SIBLEY, Iowa -- Nearly 20 years ago, Bob Hibma was asked to go on a bike ride. “Friends from church -- Mike and Myra Vanvoorst -- invited us to go to Lanesboro, and I didn’t have a bicycle,” Hibma recalled earlier this week. “I dug my youngest son’s bicycle out of the shed, oiled the chain up and took it for a ride. I enjoyed it, but I was so out of shape.”
WORTHINGTON -- It’s been a long journey for Kathy Gallagher, but it could have been significantly more challenging. Kathy, who resides in Worthington, had her life change significantly when husband...
SLAYTON -- It’s the middle of August, which means classes are about to be in session at area schools. The NFL regular season is about to start. A Labor Day...
WORTHINGTON -- Unimpressed with the pair of turkeys running for U.S. president this November? You’re in luck. Apparently, there’s another alternative worth gobbling about.
WORTHINGTON -- Ever wonder who serves the best margarita in Worthington? So does Genell Hollahan. Hollahan, a Thrivent Financial representative, has helped coordinate an event she hopes will answer that question and raise money for a worthy cause at the same time. “Worthington’s Best Margarita” will take place from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday, starting at the Worthington Fire Hall and proceeding to participating bars and restaurants.
WORTHINGTON -- As of Monday afternoon, Wednesday’s weather forecast called for high temperatures in the low 80s and a mere 10 percent chance of rain. In other words, it sounds...
PIPESTONE -- There was a little bit of something for everyone of all ages during the Civil War Days celebration Saturday and Sunday. There were, naturally, the sorts of things...
WORTHINGTON -- A downtown Worthington business will host a Saturday event that is being billed as “featuring all things local.” Amanda Walljasper-Tate, owner of The Daily Apple, said “Got Spritz?” will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at her business. The event will also support the work of Project Morning Star, a residential recovery facility located south of Worthington.
WORTHINGTON -- Marvin Zylstra, the senior member of the Nobles County Board of Commissioners, advanced to the November general election Tuesday following a primary that saw a list of four...
WORTHINGTON -- A group of local restaurant and bar owners is spearheading an effort to allow voters vote on Sunday liquor sales in the community.