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Receiving Hours Extended

With harvest here, Poet will have extended harvest hours
Extended Hours

  • Monday-Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • Saturday: 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.


Minnesota Soybean Processors of Brewster will also have extended receiving hours
Extended Hours

  • Monday-Saturday: 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
  • Sunday: 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

October 6 news

WORTHINGTON – Worthington City Administrator Craig Clark has been offered the position of city administrator for the city of Austin. On Saturday, the Austin City Council voted 5-1, with one member voting no and another abstaining, to offer the vacant position to Clark.

The council members spoke highly of Clark and the skills he would bring to the table, especially in the areas of economic development and his working relationship with state agencies. Next, Clark will begin contract negotiations with Austin’s city attorney and resources director.


October 3 news

WORTHINGTON – Concrete restoration was completed this week on the sanitary sewer manhole and spot repairs on Lake Avenue near Tower Street, according to the City of Worthington Engineering Department. Concrete cure time and bituminous overlay restoration remains.

Ninth Avenue concrete surface work was completed this week, but cure time and bituminous overlay, along with turf restoration work remains.


October 2 news

WORTHINGTON – Worthington Police Sgt. Nate Grimmius has been named the new commander of the Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force. According to Nobles County Sheriff Kent Wilkening, the task force board met Wednesday morning and appointed Grimmius to the position.

Technically, Troy Appel is still the commander, but he will move into the position of the Worthington Director of Public Safety/Police Chief next week. Grimmius, who has been with the Worthington Police Department for 10 years and the drug task force for seven, will then move into the position as commander.


Minnesota Supreme Court Justices visit with more than 1,000 students at WHS

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WORTHINGTON – To the more than 1,000 high school students who attended the Minnesota Supreme Court oral arguments Wednesday morning at the Worthington High School it may have seemed more like an argument about grammar or semantics, but they listened attentively as attorneys for the defendant and for the state argued the difference between the words ‘take’ and ‘taking’ and discussed the legal meaning of ‘pursuing.’


October 1 news

WORTHINGTON — According to city officials in Austin, Craig Clark, the current Worthington City Administrator, has been named a finalist for the vacant Austin city administrator position. Clark is scheduled to interview for the position in Austin on October 3 and 4.

City officials say a decision could be made on who will fill the vacant post over the weekend. Kandis Hanson and Steve Wilke are also candidates for the position, and have already interviewed with Austin’s city council. Wilke has been the city manager of Lake Mills, Wis., and Hanson is the city manager in Mound.


Entenza's think tank is shutting down

MINNESOTA - Minnesota 2020, a think tank founded by former DFL legislator Matt Entenza seven years ago, is shutting down.

Stuart Alger, a Minneapolis attorney and Minnesota 2020 board chairman, confirmed Monday that the board will close its doors. Alger said six to eight full-time employees would be laid off — primarily writers and researchers.

Alger said the funding just hasn’t been there as it was in the past. The organization is a 501c3 nonprofit, and Alger said it relied on private support, including donations from labor organizations and foundations.


September 30 news

WORTHINGTON – The Minnesota Court of Appeals on Monday affirmed the indeterminate commitment of Kenneth Shue Jr. as a sexual psychopathic personality and a sexually dangerous person.

Shue had challenged the February 2014 commitment to the Minnesota Sex Offender Program that was based on a hearing from 2012, raising evidentiary issues and arguing the evidence was insufficient to support his commitment.


MN Apellate Court affirms Shue commitment

WORTHINGTON – The Minnesota Court of Appeals on Monday affirmed the indeterminate commitment of Kenneth Shue Jr. as a sexual psychopathic personality and a sexually dangerous person.

Shue had challenged the February 2014 commitment to the Minnesota Sex Offender Program that was based on a hearing from 2012, raising evidentiary issues and arguing the evidence was insufficient to support his commitment.


September 29 news

WORTHINGTON – One count each of criminal vehicular homicide, criminal vehicular homicide causing substantial bodily harm, careless driving and failure to stop at a stop sign have been filed against James Miller, 67, of Cylinder, Iowa. He allegedly ran the stop sign on Nobles County 35 on Sept. 19 and caused a crash between two semis that left one man dead and another seriously injured.