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ELLSWORTH — A teenager who recently came forward to confess to a string of burglaries in Ellsworth might receive a break.
LAKEFIELD — A Lakefield man and his dog made international headlines after his dog — named Mr. Donald Trump — was fatally shot Sunday in an incident the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office said, despite information that circulated on social media, was legal and not politically motivated..
WORTHINGTON — Sympathy for a 19-year-old Worthington man continuing to rack up his criminal history score is depleting in the courts’ eyes.
WORTHINGTON — School will be in session March 25 at Independent School District 518, but for the first time, students won’t be required to physically report to class. The day, which was initially scheduled for no classes, will serve as a pilot of e-Learning days — a concept the district hopes to adopt next year when the weather causes school to close.
WORTHINGTON — A different plan didn’t yield different results for Independent School District 518. District residents rejected the district’s latest building plan Tuesday by an unofficial vote of 1,383 NO to 1,366 YES — a difference of 17 votes. A total of 973 absentee ballots were received for the referendum.
WORTHINGTON — A different plan didn’t yield different results for Independent School District 518. District residents rejected the district’s latest building plan Tuesday by am unofficial vote of 1,383 NO to 1,366 YES — a difference of 17 votes. The defeated $32 million proposal would have created a grades 3-5 intermediate school on the district’s developmental land on Crailsheim Drive.
SIBLEY, Iowa — Former Sibley-Ocheyedan teacher and football coach Kyle Ewinger will spend decades in prison and be a lifetime registered sex offender for sexually abusing two young boys in both northwest Iowa and Nebraska.
WORTHINGTON — A Redwood Falls man formerly held in the Nobles County Jail on alleged drug offenses now faces additional charges related to threatening and assaulting corrections agents.
WORTHINGTON — Just a week after area residents toughed out record-low temperatures for the area during the polar vortex, Mother Nature had another challenge up her sleeve.
WORTHINGTON — Independent School District 518 residents know the drill. For the fifth time in six years, district residents will go to the polls Tuesday to vote on the district’s latest bond proposal to address campus-wide overcrowding issues. The one-question ballot is for a $32 million bond for an intermediate school. A remaining amount of an estimated $5.8 million needed to construct the new school building will be covered by the district.