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Nobles County's child care open house to be rescheduled

"Safety is our first priority for our attendees and staff."

Southwest Minnesota and northwest Iowa received its first significant snowfall of the season on Tuesday. The snow made for a mess on local roadways, including 10th Street in front of the Thompson Hotel.
Southwest Minnesota and northwest Iowa received its first significant snowfall of the season on Tuesday. The snow made for a mess on local roadways, including 10th Street in front of the Thompson Hotel.
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WORTHINGTON — Nobles County's open house for people interested in becoming child care providers, originally set for tonight, has been canceled due to inclement weather.

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"We will let the community know when we have another date selected," said Joshua Schuetz, community and business development specialist with Community and Economic Development Associates, who has been working with Nobles County in its efforts to expand local child care services. "Safety is our first priority for our attendees and staff."

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