All throughout the summer, Radio Works gave away multiple backyard BBQs via the Radio Works Backyard BBQ Bonanza! Congratulations to all Backyard BBQ Bonanza winners and participants!
WORTHINGTON – Charges were filed Friday in Nobles County District Court against Mark Ranum, the former director of the Plum Creek Library System, in connection with his personal use of the business credit card.
According to the criminal complaint, an audit from an accounting firm in September 2014 received by a Worthington Police Detective indicated several thousand dollars worth of credit card charges made by Ranum did not appear to be business expenses related to the Plum Creek Library System.
WORTHINGTON – Charges were filed today in Nobles County District Court against Mark Ranum, the former director of the Plum Creek Library System.
WORTHINGTON — OboeBass!, the duo of Carrie Vecchione (oboe/English horn) and Rolf Erdahl (double bass), will perform in a recital at 7 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Auditorium Performing Arts Center.
WINDOM – According to a recent Nixle alert from the Windom Police Department, Sixth Street from Miller Avenue to Drake Avenue in Windom has now been reopened to all traffic.
A standoff situation in the area was resolved shortly before noon.
WINDOM – According to the Windom Police Department, Sixth Street from Miller Avenue to Drake Avenue in Windom is closed down until further notice from law enforcement.
Officials are not offering details at this time as to why, other than stating they are handling “a situation in that area.”
WORTHINGTON - The Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce through the Community Improvement Committee is sponsoring a “Flower Power – Yard of the Week.” This week’s recipient is Brian & Marty Powers, 503 Miles Drive.
Anyone is eligible to nominate a residence or a business as a candidate for the “Flower Power – Yard of the Week.” Nominations can be made by calling the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce office at (507) 372-2919.
Speaker John A. Boehner, under intense pressure from conservatives in his party, will resign one of the most powerful positions in government and give up his House seat at the end of October, throwing Congress into chaos as it tries to avert a government shutdown.
Mr. Boehner, who was first elected to Congress in 1990, made the announcement in an emotional meeting with his fellow Republicans on Friday morning.
As of Monday, September 21st, MNSP will move into regular harvest hours:
Monday through Saturday: 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
WORTHINGTON – While there have been tighter races and there have been faster races, Saturday’s Great Gobbler Gallop was certainly exciting, with Worthington’s Paycheck running away with the first leg at a time of 1 minute, 34.97 seconds to Cuero’s Ruby Begonia time of 1 minute, 36.09 seconds.
Neither team had any touches or penalties, leaving a scant 1.12 second difference – and as the old saying goes between the two teams, “It ain’t over ‘til October,” which is when the second leg of the Great Gobbler Gallop will take place in Texas.
WORTHINGTON – King Turkey Day events continue Saturday bright and early, so be prepared for a day full of fun. Here are a few highlights from the schedule.
The YMCA 5K Family Fun Walk starts in downtown Worthington at 8:30 a.m., and the free pancake breakfast starts at the fire station on Second Avenue at 9 a.m. and runs through noon. If pancakes aren’t what you’re after, the food vendors in the downtown area open at 10 a.m.
Over at the fairgrounds, inflatables and carnival games start up at 10 a.m. and the food vendors open up at 11 a.m.