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A ‘derecho’ has its long-term effects
par Mikkel Pates le 28/05/2022 à 10:30
Reporter Mikkel Pates describes how the May 12, 2022, derecho wind storm hit close to home. He helped his brother, who farms near Volga, South Dakota, clean up building damage.
WeatherTalk: Very large hail is very rare
par John Wheeler le 28/05/2022 à 10:00
The largest measured hailstone fell in South Dakota in 2010.
Doug Wolter: Twins got good with just a few smart tweaks
par Doug Wolter le 28/05/2022 à 5:01
A column by Doug Wolter about the Minnesota Twins and Josh Donaldson, with a snapshot of the section softball races
Correa finds missing power in Twins’ 10-7 victory over Kansas City
par John Shipley / St. Paul Pioneer Press le 28/05/2022 à 3:58
Shortstop hits first home run since May 4 as Twins snap two-game skid
Twins adjusting to ‘reality’ — offense is down all over
par John Shipley / St. Paul Pioneer Press le 28/05/2022 à 1:06
Through roughly one quarter of the 2022 season, teams are hitting a combined .238, second-lowest all time
City explores options around Blue Line Truck Stop annexation proposal
par Emma McNamee le 27/05/2022 à 10:40
City Council met Wednesday for a special session to discuss the proposal.
Emergency Services: May 27, 2022
par The Globe le 27/05/2022 à 10:25
For incidents reported May 24 through May 27.
Spawning spectacle in Otter Tail River is big news in efforts to restore lake sturgeon to Red River Basin
par Brad Dokken le 27/05/2022 à 10:05
Sturgeon – dozens upon dozens of them – congregated in an obvious act of spawning, the first verified sighting in more than 100 years of lake sturgeon actively spawning in the Red River Basin.
Record number of students graduate from the Learning Center
par Kari Lucin le 27/05/2022 à 10:00
“We have great students who want to earn their diploma like all other high school students."
City considers ending restrictions on 10th Street businesses
par Emma McNamee le 27/05/2022 à 9:45
City council met for a special session with Worthington's Chamber of Commerce to discuss the effects of removing the overlay district.
Esparza speaks at LC graduation: 'You have to have a good heart, and a strong mind to make it'
par Roxanna Esparza le 27/05/2022 à 9:07
"Adulthood is right through those doors, and we'll finally be able to grow into the person we wanted our whole school career. "
Rosadakhom speaks at LC graduation: 'I am excited to see what the future has in store for us'
par Kailia Rosadakhom le 27/05/2022 à 8:51
"With all of the ups and downs that have come along the way, we have all made it here tonight, sitting in the same room, closing off this chapter of our lives, together."
How do small towns like Mount Vernon maintain the memory of generations past? Donations and volunteers
par Erik Kaufman le 27/05/2022 à 7:37
Small town cemeteries face challenges in preserving history
Demand for abortion training in Minnesota could grow if Roe overturned
par Paul John Scott le 27/05/2022 à 6:30
Experts say obstetrics and gynecology training programs in so-called "abortion refugee" states such as Minnesota will be needed to serve an increase of out-of-state physicians seeking training in abortion care as part of an accredited program. Mayo and UMN offer the only such residencies in […]
3 people sentenced in Nobles County
par Emma McNamee le 27/05/2022 à 6:23
Roger Clay, Carlos Sandoval-Ramirez, and Angelica Dezavala were all sentenced this week in Nobles County Fifth District Court.
Countdown: Track athletes begin steps toward state
par The Globe le 27/05/2022 à 6:08
Sub-section track and field meets were held Thursday.
Minnesota Capitol to see greatest lawmaker turnover in 50 years, including fixture dealmakers
par Dana Ferguson le 27/05/2022 à 6:00
Fifty-seven state lawmakers announced that they would leave their seats due to redistricting, desires to seek another office or for personal reasons. The exits include some of the Capitol's best-known deal makers, opening room for one of the largest crops of new freshman legislators in decades.
Worthington man with 3 prior convictions charged with felony DWI
par Emma McNamee le 27/05/2022 à 5:04
Garcia-Escalante was arrested on May 22 after reportedly resisting arrest and giving officers a false name.
Jackson man charged after reportedly entering ex's home at night on multiple occasions
par Emma McNamee le 27/05/2022 à 4:56
Ramos faces charges of felony burglary and fifth degree criminal sexual conduct.
LISTEN: Ground Round closes, former Runnings sold, graduations, grants, crime | May 27, 2022
par Kari Lucin le 27/05/2022 à 3:00
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Eric Morken: What I learned from hunting turkeys with a 9-year-old
par Eric Morken le 27/05/2022 à 3:00
The final hunt of the season with my daughter, who was the one with a tag for the first time this year, ends with a tom at 12 yards in the decoy.
Owners of former Runnings property want to sell it again
par Kari Lucin le 27/05/2022 à 2:41
Byl said Summer View’s plans had fallen through, and the company has no plans to build at this point.
Finding Faith: Guns have become our 'Golden Calf'
par Devlyn Brooks le 27/05/2022 à 2:30
"Idolatry means the 'extreme admiration, love, or reverence for something or someone.' That’s more than an apt description of America’s obsession with guns."
Will emerald ash borer decimate the Upper Midwest's ash trees?
par Don Kinzler le 27/05/2022 à 1:30
"Growing Together" columnist Don Kinzler says our awareness of the invasive insect can help stop the spread.
Minnesota warden Keith Olson retiring after 34 years on Lake Superior
par John Myers le 27/05/2022 à 1:20
Olson has been part of the DNR's Marine Unit for his entire conservation officer career.
Report: Biden administration plans to cancel $10,000 in student debt per borrower
par Reuters le 27/05/2022 à 1:13
The White House plan would apply to Americans who earned less than $150,000 in the previous year, or less than $300,000 for married couples filing jointly.
Longtime manager of Red Lake Wildlife Management Area in northwest Minnesota embraces retirement
par Brad Dokken le 27/05/2022 à 12:05
In late April, Gretchen Mehmel retired as manager of Red Lake Wildlife Management Area at Norris Camp after more than 30 years at the helm.
Police face questions over their response to Texas school massacre
par Brad Brooks and Gabriella Borter / Reuters le 27/05/2022 à 11:37
The latest official details from the Texas Department of Public Safety on Tuesday's mass shooting differed sharply from initial police accounts and raised questions about security measures at the elementary school and the response of law enforcement.
When 75% of the time we spend with our kids is done
par Katie Pinke le 27/05/2022 à 10:30
As older kids grow their independence, they spend less time at home, depending on their parents. Katie Pinke shares her memories of how her mom developed her independence by riding her bike to the grocery store and how her daughters are growing their own interests this summer break.
WeatherTalk: One year ago, it was hot
par John Wheeler le 27/05/2022 à 4:52
Temperatures were in the 90s and 100s across the whole region.
Fights delay Learning Center graduation as law enforcement, school officials struggle to contain the violence
par Kari Lucin le 26/05/2022 à 11:21
A string of physical altercations began just prior to when the graduation ceremony was set to begin at the Learning Center Thursday.
Walz visits Rochester brewery to celebrate 'Free the Growler' bill
par Erich Fisher le 26/05/2022 à 10:35
Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan held a press conference at Little Thistle Brewing to celebrate the signing of the "Free the Growler" bill that allows larger breweries in the state to sell 64 oz. growlers and smaller breweries now have the option to sell 12 or 16 oz. canned beers and […]
Formula shortage causes uptick in breastfeeding interest among new moms, but it's not for everyone
par Robin Huebner le 26/05/2022 à 9:31
Both Sanford Health and Essentia Health in Fargo report more inquiries from new mothers about breastfeeding.
Minnesota Democrats urge additional restrictions on firearms following Texas school massacre
par Dana Ferguson le 26/05/2022 à 9:00
Gov. Tim Walz and DFL lawmakers said that lawmakers should weigh changes to the state's gun laws during a special session, while Republicans noted that mental health was a more pressing issue in the Uvalde, Texas, shooting.
Minnesota ban on poultry events, exhibitions extended to July 1
par Kit Grode le 26/05/2022 à 8:44
A temporary statewide ban on poultry events and exhibitions has been extended a second time, this time until July 1. It includes all poultry swaps, fairs, exhibitions and other events where live poultry and susceptible birds are brought together and then disperse.
Worthington High School students honored at awards ceremony
par The Globe le 26/05/2022 à 6:03
Senior Students of Excellence, National Honor Society students and more
He was banned from Major League Baseball. Then he rebuilt his life in Minnesota and the Dakotas
par Steve Lange le 26/05/2022 à 3:02
Following his role in one of sport’s most notorious scandals, Charles 'Swede' Risberg rebuilt his life—after his lifetime ban from Major League Baseball—in Minnesota, including playing baseball again in the Dakotas and several other states.
Tips for tolerating spring allergy season
par Viv Williams le 26/05/2022 à 2:10
A whiff of the sweet smells of springtime are a seasonal joy. But the pollen-filled air also may send people with allergies running to their medicine cabinets. In this episode of NewsMD's "Health Fusion," Viv Williams gets tips on how to handle seasonal allergies from asthma and allergy specialist.
Aurora, the new Minnesota women’s soccer club, stacking up wins before first game
par Andy Greder / St. Paul Pioneer Press le 25/05/2022 à 11:40
Minnesota Aurora FC has become captivating like the aurora borealis for which its named.
UPDATE: Worthington Ground Round closes its doors
par The Globe le 25/05/2022 à 9:26
"Due to the owner's health it's just not possible for us to remain open."
Arts Council awards $94,289 in grants to area groups and artists
par The Globe le 25/05/2022 à 7:21
Luverne, Slayton, Edgerton and Jackson groups included in grant offerings.
Foundation awards $50,000 grant to the Worthington Area YMCA
par Tim Middagh le 25/05/2022 à 7:00
The grant matches the $52,140 raised by the Worthington Area YMCA during the Strong Community Campaign.
'Bring Her Home' documentary tells of tragic reality of missing persons, and those inspiring change
par Tom Cherveny le 25/05/2022 à 2:59
The documentary "Bring Her Home" helps bring awareness to the epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Leya Hale hosted a screening of her documentary at Pioneer Public TV in Granite Falls in early May.
LISTEN: Roundabout stop leads to police chase, JBS housing development, Earhart statue | May 25, 2022
par Kari Lucin le 25/05/2022 à 11:00
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The Drill: Baseball is the game for Adrian/Ellsworth's Lenz
par Doug Wolter le 25/05/2022 à 5:01
Adrian/Ellsworth baseball player Evan Lenz, hard work is just part of the game. And he loves it.
With four additional sites, Minnesota passes 3 million birds affected by H5N1 avian influenza
par Kit Grode le 24/05/2022 à 8:14
The inventory of flocks in Minnesota diagnosed with H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza now stands at 62 sites, with a total of 2,718,082 birds affected, according to the Minnesota Board of Animal Health. Two additional infection sites were announced Friday, April 29.
Family Dollar to build a combination Family Dollar-Dollar Tree store in Jackson
par The Globe le 24/05/2022 à 5:14
Construction is expected to begin in June, and the store is scheduled to open in February 2023.
Before Alcoholics Anonymous, Dr. Keeley's snake oil 'Gold Cure' swept the Upper Midwest. Why?
par Trisha Taurinskas le 24/05/2022 à 3:02
Over time, Dr. Leslie Keeley’s injection became known as the “Gold Cure,” named for its supposed content. Later analysis cast doubt on the idea that gold was used at all, but a foundational principal of Keeley's treatment centers continues today, in programs such as Alcoholics […]
JBS Worthington breaks ground on affordable housing development
par The Globe le 23/05/2022 à 5:00
JBS contributed $1.78 million toward a revolving housing fund, which will develop and provide six affordable single-family homes in southeast Worthington.
Oh look! A shiny thing: Miss the ocean? Try a lake!
par Kari Lucin le 23/05/2022 à 1:58
When I take a walk by Lake Okabena, I think about where its water comes from and the efforts so many people and groups have made to keep the water quality of that lake.