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WORTHINGTON — From the United States to Mexico, Brazil, Ethiopia, Norway, Germany and Laos, Worthington-area residents will soon have the opportunity to experience cultures from around the world without ever hopping on a plane.
WORTHINGTON — If all continues as planned, the city of Worthington will get a movie theater. The Worthington City Council on Monday approved up to $3 million for the construction of a spec building with the intent for an operator to run a multi-screen theater. The location, however, remains in question.
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce is considering a relocation. The opportunity to relocate the Chamber’s downtown office — as well as those of other organizations housed in its current 1121 Third Ave. location — to within the city’s Biotechnology Advancement Center was announced during Monday night’s meeting of the Worthington City Council.
WORTHINGTON — Two out-of-area men were arrested early Sunday after raw marijuana and suspected THC edibles were allegedly discovered in their vehicle. According to the criminal complaint, a Worthington police officer made an early morning traffic stop after allegedly witnessing a vehicle cross the center line while navigating the Oxford Street roundabout.
WORTHINGTON — If all continues as planned, the city of Worthington will be getting a movie theater. The Worthington City Council approved on Monday up to $3 million for the construction of a spec building with the intent for a theater operator to run a five-screen site. The location of that future theater, however, remains in question.
WORTHINGTON — A Sioux Falls, S.D. man who allegedly eluded law enforcement at a maximum speed of nearly 120 miles per hour was apprehended Wednesday as part of a collaborative effort by two local law enforcement agencies. Rasheem S. Jones, 39, was taken into custody after midnight Wednesday by a Jackson County deputy after continuing his pursuit by foot in a ditch and allegedly attempting to dispose of marijuana after his vehicle had become compromised.
WORTHINGTON — A Wisconsin woman was arrested this week in an apparent prostitution scheme that attempted to scam a vulnerable adult out of more than $5,000.
PIPESTONE — After multiple studies, community meetings and surveys regarding Pipestone Area Schools’ facilities, the district will likely soon ask voters to approve a new elementary school and security improvements to address aging infrastructure, space shortages and security insufficiencies.
WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Board of Commissioners opened the floor Thursday evening for public comment on its proposed 3 percent tax levy increase over last year’s. The increase — which has been reduced from the not-to-exceed 8.46 percent levy the commissioners set in September — will result in a $14,020,308 tax levy for year 2019. The current year’s levy is $13,611,729.