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WORTHINGTON

When a fire extinguisher proved insufficient, Worthington Fire Chief Pat Shorter got creative, likely preventing a house fire.
An event may be considered for next fall.
After speaking with officers about the Jan. 10 incident, Chavez-Romero reportedly said "and guess what, if I had a gun, I would have shot [the victim]. It’s as simple as that."
Nobles County offices closed today; multiple schools move to e-learning day.

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"We don't want to develop a program and then no one apply for it because it doesn't doesn't suit what they would benefit from," said City Administrator Steve Robinson.
The Globe's photographer, Tim Middagh, captured this image on a recent evening outside of Worthington.
The decision was made Monday afternoon to resume in-person learning on Wednesday, with required face masking as a precautionary measure.
The technological component of the grant includes laptops, iPads, software, antivirus protection, a new projector, a smart board, webcams and even a cutting machine. 
“It’s going to take a lot to move us out of the building,” Landgaard said.

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