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WORTHINGTON -- Joseph Parker officially began his tenure Monday as Worthington's city administrator, spending the day working with outgoing interim administrator Bill Bassett. Bassett has filled in on an interim basis since shortly before the May death of Bob Filson.
WORTHINGTON -- Candidates for state, county, city and school board offices gathered Thursday afternoon for a brief forum at Minnesota West Community and Technical College. The forum, sponsored by the college's Student Senate, had a format in which each group of candidates answered one question on an individual basis.
WORTHINGTON -- Southwest Minnesota Habitat for Humanity will celebrate its past achievements while looking toward its future in a public meeting Monday. The meeting, scheduled for 7 p.m. inside the Farmers Room at the Nobles County Government Center, Worthington, is open to the public. "We'll talk about what we've accomplished in the last five and a half years," said Lin Galland, a past president and current board member.
WORTHINGTON -- The Worthington City Council voted unanimously Tuesday morning to offer the vacant city administrator position to Joseph Parker, who has worked in Creston, Iowa, since 1989. Council members approved a motion to offer Parker the post following about 25 minutes of discussion.
WORTHINGTON -- The six candidates for Worthington's vacant city administrator position began a busy two days of activities and interviews Friday. Candidates had lunch with city department heads and were given tours of Worthington before participating in a snacks/coffee period with city council members, staff and community leaders. All six candidates invited to interview in Worthington for the post accepted, city officials said earlier this month. The city has been working with The Brimeyer Group on administrator recruitment. The six candidates are: l Joseph G.
WORTHINGTON -- For the first time in 17 years, Lee Hain won't be part of the Worthington City Council come January. Hain, first elected to the council in November 1989, opted not to file for candidacy earlier this month. That decision means the service of the longest-tenured councilman in history will come to an end. "I didn't have an axe to grind when I came in, and I tried to do everything I could for the betterment of the community and not zero in on my own feelings," Hain said Wednesday.
WORTHINGTON -- All six candidates invited to interview next week in Worthington for the vacant city administrator position have accepted, city officials have reported. During a special city council meeting Monday afternoon, councilmen reviewed two-page summaries on seven candidates who sent resumes to The Brimeyer Group, which is working with the city on administrator recruitment. The council opted to extend interview invitations to all but one of those candidates. On Sept.
WORTHINGTON -- Up to six candidates for the vacant city administrator position will be interviewed later this month, the Worthington City Council decided Monday. The Brimeyer Group Inc., Hopkins, is working with the council to assist with the recruitment of a new administrator to replace Bob Filson, who died in May. Jim Brimeyer, the group's president, said he would extend invitations for interviews, scheduled for Sept. 29-30. During Monday afternoon's special council meeting, Brimeyer and councilmen reviewed two-page summaries on seven candidates who sent resumés to his firm.
WORTHINGTON -- Considering the weather conditions were warm and muggy during Saturday's Great Gobbler Gallop, the outcome shouldn't have been any big surprise. Ruby Begonia, on an afternoon in which she may have felt like she was back in her native Cuero, Texas, overcame a tentative start and cruised past Worthington's Paycheck to the take the first heat in the annual race for the Traveling Trophy of Tumultuous Triumph. Ruby will take a lead of 1 minute, 9 seconds back home for the Oct.
WORTHINGTON -- Gov. Tim Pawlenty was on the road Friday, visiting Worthington in the first of five stops in communities across southwest Minnesota. Pawlenty arrived at Perkins Restaurant about 9:15 a.m. and made his way around the dining room, shaking hands and visiting with constituents. He then spent between 10 and 15 minutes with local media to discuss issues central to his campaign. Pawlenty remarked that it was "extremely important" that Minnesotans pass in November the constitutional amendment pertaining to transportation funding.