Latest Minnesota Football Rankings (10-16-14)

Latest Minnesota Football Rankings (10-16-14)
Class 9-Man
1. Grand Meadow (7-0)
2. Waubun (7-0)
3. North Woods (7-0)
4. Cromwell (7-0)
5. Randolph (6-1)
6. Nicollet (6-1)
7. Spring Grove (6-1)
8. Edgerton/Ellsworth (6-1)
9. Underwood (6-1)
10. Warren-Alvarado-Oslo (6-1)
Others Receiving Votes: Stephen-Argyle, Ely, Ada-Borup, Wrenshall, Verndale

Class A
1. Mahnomen (7-0)
2. Minneota (7-0)
3. Upsala/Swanville Area (7-0)
4. New Ulm Cathedral (7-0)
5. Minneapolis North (7-0)
6. Blooming Prairie (7-0)
7. Rushford-Peterson (6-1)
8. Braham (6-1)
9. Dawson-Boyd (6-1)

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.’

Latest Minnesota Volleyball Rankings (10-13-14)

Here are the final Minnesota High School Volleyball Rankings, as provided by the Minnesota Volleyball Coaches Association (10-20-2014)

Class A
1. Bethlehem Academy
2. Central Minnesota Christian
3. New Life Academy
4. Tracy-Milroy-Balaton
5. Heron Lake-Okabena
6. Minneota
7. Mabel-Canton
8. Martin County West
9. Ada-Borup
10. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa
Others receiving votes: Fillmore Central, Mayer Lutheran, Hayfield, South Ridge, Kittson Central, Wheaton, Heritage Christian

Class AA
1. Jackson County Central
2. Stewartville
3. Marshall
4. Kasson-Mantorville

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.

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.

District 518 School Board denies pre-school grant

WORTHINGTON – During an early morning meeting, the District 518 School Board today denied a federal grant offered through the Minnesota Department of Education that would have paid for all-day every day pre-school for 4-year-olds that fell into the 175 to 200 percent poverty level, stating the decision to go through with the grant needed to be made too quickly and that space to house the students was of primary concern. Each member felt better about the district expanding the program on their own, rather than rushing into the grant process without appropriate planning.

Raffle tickets on sale for pheasant opener banquet

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WORTHINGTON – The organizers behind the Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener in Worthington are working diligently to sell raffle tickets, the winners of which will be drawn at the banquet on October 10 at the Worthington Event Center.

According to Doug Tate, one of the organizers, the grand prize of the raffle is a 2014 John Deere Gator – a side by side with front and back seats. It hold s six adults, has a box with an electric lift and a removable top.

There are other prizes, and an auction at the banquet will wield additional treasures.

Appel named as new Worthington Director of Public Safety

WORTHINGTON – Troy Appel was named the new Director of Public Safety for the City of Worthington on Monday, according to a news release issued by Worthington City Administrator Craig Clark.

Appel was hired as a part-time patrol officer with the Worthington Police Department in 1993 and moved to full-time in 1996. He served as the Emergency Response Unit team leader from 1998 to 1999 and became a narcotics investigator in 1999, reestablishing the position for the Worthington Police Department.

SUV driver transported after Minnesota 60/Armour Road crash

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WORTHINGTON – The driver of an SUV was transported by ambulance Monday morning after it crashed with a semi truck at the intersection of Minnesota 60 and Armour Road in Worthington at approximately 10:22 a.m. The Minnesota State Patrol was assisted at the scene by the Worthington Fire and Rescue and the Worthington Ambulance.

The Worthington Police Department and Nobles County Sheriff's Office also assisted with traffic control.

The extent of the injuries are unknown at this time.

Ted Siefried on Market to Market

If you missed it on Friday, September 19th, one of our favorite market analysts, Ted Siefried of the Zaner Group, was featured on Market to Market with Mike Pearson. Check out the video below, or click here for the script only.

Of course, you can always hear Ted joining us every Monday and Friday around 8:10 a.m. for market analysis as well here on AM 730 KWOA!


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