Veasey Conway is the Night Editor at the Daily Globe. He attended Carleton College and graduated in 2012 with a degree in American Studies. He has interests in photojournalism, documentary photography, journalism 2.0 and community journalism. He is originally from Cambridge, Mass., but has also lived in Gloucester, Mass., Cairo, Ill., Cairo, Egypt and Minneapolis. He tweets and keeps a photo column/blog.
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Rushmore Rescue, Worthington Ambulance and the Nobles County Sheriff’s Office respond to a two-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon at Nobles County 35 and Nobles County 13.
Story by Beth Rickers WORTHINGTON -- As dawn breaks on another King Turkey Day celebration, a few questions wait to be answered: Will Holly Hoffman "survive" her stint as the featured speaker? Who will cross the finish line first in the Turkey Day 10K? Can the 60 percent chance of NO precipitation trump the 40 percent chance of rain in the forecast? Does the YMCA have enough T-shirts ordered for all the walkers anticipated to participate in this morning's 5K Family Fun Walk? And th
Estuardo Garcia, 9, of Worthington, listens during bible school Wednesday night at Church of God of Prophecy, on Fifth Ave, in Worthington. The church’s Vacation Bible School continues through Saturday. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)
WORTHINGTON -- Dan Wycoff punched some numbers into a calculator. "We've shown a consistent 8 percent increase year after year," he said. Surrounded by liquor bottles and bags of money, Wycoff, general manager of the Worthington municipal liquor store, rattled off more numbers. Estimated sales this year? More than $3 million. Average sale? $23 per customer. Temperature of the new beer cooler? 33 degrees. That 8 percent increase? It translates into roughly $250,000 every year.
ADRIAN -- "The thing about farming," Verlis Schilling says, is that "you don't have much of a choice where you farm -- you farm where you started." For Verlis, his wife Brenda, and their son Derek, their start was on familiar ground. The land the Schilling farm currently sits on has been in the family for 104 years -- since 1909, when Illinois native Henry Baal moved to Minnesota with his wife. Henry Baal stopped in Nobles County, starting a farm south of Adrian that has been in the family to this day. Much has changed over years and generations at the farm.