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Work crew removes massive treetop that blew down near Worthington Middle School

A Nobles County Public Works employee used a chainsaw to trim limbs off the main top branch of a large century-old cottonwood.

A Nobles County Public Works employee uses a chainsaw to trim limbs off the main top branch of a large century-old cottonwood at the junction of Nobles County State Aid Highway 35 and North Crailsheim Road next to Worthington Middle School.
A Nobles County Public Works employee uses a chainsaw to trim limbs off the main top branch of a large century-old cottonwood at the junction of Nobles County State Aid Highway 35 and North Crailsheim Road next to Worthington Middle School.
Tim Middagh / The Globe

A Nobles County Public Works employee used a chainsaw to trim limbs off the main top branch of a large century-old cottonwood at the junction of Nobles County State Aid Highway 35 and North Crailsheim Road next to Worthington Middle School.

A large work crew with Nobles County Public Works cleans up a massive tree top that blew off a century-old cottonwood at the junction of Nobles County State Aid Highway 35 and North Crailsheim Road next to Worthington Middle School.
A large work crew with Nobles County Public Works cleans up a massive tree top that blew off a century-old cottonwood at the junction of Nobles County State Aid Highway 35 and North Crailsheim Road next to Worthington Middle School.
Tim Middagh / The Globe

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Tim Middagh joined The Globe in the fall of 2015 as the newspaper's full-time photographer. A native of Worthington, he enjoys taking nature and wildlife photos.
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