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Our top stories from 2021

At The Globe, we are honored to share the unique and compelling local stories of our community and work hard to keep you informed. In 2021, we published more than 3,100 articles sharing the news and stories that matter to you. As we welcome a new year, let’s reflect on some of the top stories from 2021 that connected our community.

All in the family: Klumper parents, kids have the run of the basketball court at Westbrook-Walnut Grove

From head coach to ball girl – there’s a spot on the Westbrook-Walnut Grove girls basketball team for everyone in the Klumper family.

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Worthington family waits as baby Maci fights to thrive

An unimaginable start to life – Matt and Dani Thier’s infant daughter fights to thrive inside the walls of a NICU, attached to machines and under constant observation.

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Farmer finds injured hunter in field while combining corn south of Worthington

While combining corn on a late Tuesday afternoon, a local farmer sprung into action after spotting a man in distress suffering from a gunshot wound.

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Worth the wait: Worthington family blessed by international adoption

After completing a lengthy adoption process, the Bents family traveled to Thailand to bring their daughter Autumn home.

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Six months after COVID diagnosis, Susanne Murphy experiencing new side effects

Brain fog, fatigue, nerve pain and digestive issues – those are all the symptoms Susanne Murphy continues to deal with six months after her COVID diagnosis.

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Any resident within the city of Worthington can apply to get a nutritious, balanced meal delivered to their door. Both regular and special diet meals, such as salt-free or diabetic, are available.
Mahoney was named Education Minnesota Worthington’s Teacher of the Year in May 2022.
The Jackson County Libraries are hosting puzzle competitions at all three libraries on Feb. 25.