MINNESOTA – According to Sen. Bill Weber, a bill will be formally introduced to the
WORTHINGTON – A New Ulm woman suffered non-life threatening injuries this morning shortly before 8 a.m. when her 2003 Oldsmobile Alero rolled. Jessica Zupfer, age 33, of New Ulm was southbound on Minnesota 60 when she lost control on the icy road and entered the ditch, rolling the vehicle. Zupfer was brought to Sanford Worthington Regional Hospital to be treated for her injuries. The Worthington Ambulance, Nobles County Sheriff’s Office and Brewster Rescue assisted at the scene.
Federal forecasters predict a warming of the central Pacific Ocean this year that will change weather worldwide. And that's good news for a weather-weary United States.
The warming, an El Nino, is expected to lead to fewer Atlantic hurricanes and more rain next winter for drought-stricken California and southern states, and even a milder winter for the nation's frigid northern tier next year, meteorologists say.
Globally, it can mean an even hotter year coming up and billions of dollars in losses for food crops.
Roads are slippery this morning, and blowing snow is causing dangerous spots throughout the area. On Minnesota 60 near the Nobles County 36 intersection, this truck flipped after the driver lost control.
Please be careful out there!
WORTHINGTON - A couple from Rushmore both received non-life threatening injuries Wednesday morning when their vehicle rolled on I-90 near mile marker 31. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, Norman Engelson, 71, was driving a Chevy Silverado westbound when he lost control on the icy road, hit the median and rolled. He and his wife Mary Engelson, 76, were taken to Sanford Worthington Regional Hospital for treatment.
The American Dairy Association/Midwest Dairy Association District 18 local dairy farmer meeting in Slayton scheduled for Thursday, March 6th has been postponed. It has been rescheduled for NEXT Friday, March 14, at the same time (12 Noon) and place (Pizza Ranch, Slayton) with the Leadership meeting beginning at 11 a.m.
WORTHINGTON – A roomful of people burst into applause Tuesday when the Nobles County Commissioners officially approved the concept of the Nobles Home Initiative, a tax abatement program that would provide 100 percent tax abatement for new residential construction for a period of five years from the date of issuance of a certificate of occupancy.
WORTHINGTON – 41-year-old Jose Bonilla pleaded guilty in Nobles County District Court Monday to one charge of third-degree criminal sexual conduct, entering into a plea agreement that had three other charges dismissed.
The agreement calls for a stay of execution of the state guidelines with the condition that Bonilla serve one year in the Nobles County Jail, and up to 15 years probation. He is to submit to a sex offender assessment and follow any recommendations. If deported, his probation would be unsupervised, but if in the United States, it would be supervised.
WORTHINGTON — The 2014-2015 Worthington High School exchange student to Crailsheim, Germany was announced Sunday during the Worthington-Crailsheim International Banquet. Jessica Velasquez-Herrera, a WHS sophomore, will leave for Worthington’s Sister City in July with current Crailsheim exchange student Lars Opaczek, where she will study for one year.
WORTHINGTON - This year, the Southwest Crisis Center celebrates its 30th year of helping victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence. To acknowledge those who have contributed to the mission of the Southwest Crisis Center over the past year, recipients of the annual Faces of Hope award will be honored during a special event April 5th at BenLee’s Café in Worthington.