Farm 40 On Us

5th Annual Farm 40 On Us is ON!

If you're an area farmer, we want to honor YOU!

It's the 5th year of Farm 40 on Us, brought to you by US 95 and AM 730 KWOA. For area farmers, all you had to do is own/rent and operate 40 acres of farm ground, sign up, and be entered to win a huge grand prize! Be sure to tune into US 95 and AM 730 KWOA to find out where you can sign up via your participating sponsors.

2015 Farm 40 Registration Box Locations

January 26-30


January 29 news

WORTHINGTON — The 11th annual King Turkey Day Bowling Tournament will be Feb. 21 at Worthington’s Oxford Bowl. This fundraiser for the annual community celebration is 9-pin, no-tap, with five-person teams. Available bowling shifts start at 10 a.m., 1 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Cash prizes will be awarded. All bowlers must be 18 years of age to enter. For more information, contact the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce, 372-2919.

WINDOM - If state lawmakers give Windom the OK to seek a one percent sales tax, Windom voters could vote on the issue as early as the fall of 2015.


DNR postpones launch of mandatory boater training program

MINNESOTA - The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will postpone the new aquatic invasive species training and trailer decal program that was due to launch at the end of the month while legislators consider changes to the program.

Under a law passed by the state Legislature in 2012, anyone trailering a boat or water-related equipment such as docks and lifts in Minnesota is required to take aquatic invasive species training and display a decal on their trailer. The effective date is July 1, 2015.


January 28 news

WORTHINGTON – It may be some kind of a new record, but the Winterfest Medallion was found after just two clues this year by Kelly Nelson, who also found the medallion last year!

If there is one thing that Kelly has learned in her first year of marriage, it is that she should not always listen to her husband. During a conversation earlier in the day Tuesday, CJ Nelson told his wife he was pretty sure the medallion was at Orchard Knoll because the second clue mentioned fall produce.


Winterfest Medallion found by repeat super-sleuth Kelly Nelson

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WORTHINGTON – It may be some kind of a new record, but the Winterfest Medallion was found after just two clues this year by Kelly Nelson, who also found the medallion last year!

If there is one thing that Kelly has learned in her first year of marriage, it is that she should not always listen to her husband. During a conversation earlier in the day Tuesday, CJ Nelson told his wife he was pretty sure the medallion was at Orchard Knoll because the second clue mentioned fall produce.


Will Mulder signs with Dordt

On Monday night, Worthington Trojan Senior Will Mulder committed to continue both his basketball and golf careers with the Dordt Defenders, a 4-year school based in Sioux Center (IA)

Mulder talked about why he chose Dordt

“They have my major. I like Ag. Not to mention their basketball program is top notch. I like how Ross Douma runs his team, runs the program. It’s all-around good.”


Buddy Holly

Buddy – the Buddy Holly Story is at the Sioux City Orpheum Theatre on Wednesday, March 25th! Tickets are on sale, ranging from $42.35 to $68 and are available online or at the Box Office.


Iowa Lakes Softball signs 4 area athletes

Iowa Lakes Head Softball Coach Corey Christopher has announced that 4 area athletes will play softball for Iowa Lakes

Tara Sudenga of Luverne, Minn., has signed a National Junior College Letter of Intent to play softball for the Lakers beginning this season.


MCGA President Responds to Buffer Strips Proposal

SHAKOPEE, Minn. (Jan. 16, 2015) – The following is a statement from Bruce Peterson, a farmer in Northfield and President of the Minnesota Corn Growers Association, on Gov. Dayton’s plan to propose 50-feet of buffer strips along all Minnesota waterways: