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Tim Middagh

Photographer

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, and keeps busy with The Globe taking sports photography and video, as well as photos of all kinds of subjects.
He and his wife, Susan, have one daughter, Katelyn.
In his spare time, Tim is a car enthusiast and a Mr. Fix-It. He enjoys collecting old film negatives and copying old home movies.

WORTHINGTON — Lakeside Church is one of many polling places open today for voters to cast their ballot in the mid-term elections.
Dressed as superheroes, movie characters or scary monsters, kids and their families enjoyed a delightful, summer-like evening along Worthington's Smith Avenue.
The accompanying rain, while minimal, knocked down the harvest dust.
A spooky haunted house came to life Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022, at the Nobles County Library in Worthington.
Members of the Worthington FFA Chapter hand seeded a mix of pollinator-friendly wildflowers to a patch of grassland being restored at the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area Friday afternoon.
This harrowing Halloween haunt is guarding a pumpkin on South Shore Drive in Worthington.
Kayaker Matt Gaudian, of Worthington, paddles to enjoy the scenery of Lake Okabena's shoreline.
Globe Photojournalist Tim Middagh captured images of autumn's beauty around Worthington earlier this week.
Students from Adrian, Edgerton, Murray County Central and Luverne schools attended the event.
Once construction is complete, Oxford Tax Service will move into its new building next door.