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August 27 news

WORTHINGTON —A Worthington man is charged with possession of stolen property and financial transaction card fraud after being arrested for thefts from construction sites and vehicles, including a debit card taken from a wallet. Manivong Senesoury, age 38, is accused of stealing more than $6,000 in items or purchases.


August 26 news

WORTHINGTON – The Worthington City Council on Monday opted to go with the Fullerton Building System for the “Welcome to Worthington” signs, a decision they tabled from their previous meeting after being chastised for not considering using a local business to build the signs.

The Fullerton signs will cost $90,000 – as compared to the alternative signs through Wells Concrete for sign faces and Reitmeier Masonry to erect the side brick pillars, which would have been $120,000 – and are guaranteed for 30 years.


August 25 news

WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Integration Collaborative and Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Worthington campus, will host a Culture Corner presentation Saturday in the college commons.

Two sessions will be offered. The first, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., will include information about the country of Brazil, and the second, from 2 to 4 p.m., will showcase different techniques and styles of Brazilian dancing. Dance instructors and choreographers Celle Banks and Sebastiao Lima will lead the program.


John Deere announces layoffs at Waterloo, Iowa plant

WATERLOO, Iowa – Deere & Company announced Friday that it will place approximately 460 employees who work in the company's Waterloo, Iowa operations on indefinite layoff in response to current market demand for its products. Deere said employees were informed Friday of the layoffs, which are effective October 20th.


August 22 news

WORTHINGTON – Worthington City Administrator Craig Clark on Thursday said the Civil Service Commission hopes to have a decision made regarding a new police chief by the latter half of September.

Applications for the position were due by August 4, and 10 were received. Of those 10, eight were asked for further information, which is due back on August 27. Interviews or an open house for the candidates will be scheduled in September.


Haler Crowned 61st Princess Kay of the Milky Way

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ST. PAUL (August 20, 2014) — Jeni Haler, a 19-year-old college student from Norwood Young America, Minn., representing Carver County, was crowned the 61st Princess Kay of the Milky Way in an evening ceremony at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds, August 20.

Haler will serve as the official goodwill ambassador for more than 3,600 Minnesota dairy farm families. Jeni is the daughter of Rick Haler and Connie Helget Haasken, and attends the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, where she double majors in animal science and Spanish/Portuguese studies.


August 21 news

WORTHINGTON — The Worthington Area Foundation is now accepting applications for grants to be awarded in November 2014. More than $15,000 will be available for distribution to qualifying organizations.


August 20 news

WORTHINGTON – Wiring is thought to be the cause of a fire that displaced a family of five Tuesday evening in Worthington. The Worthington Fire Department responded to a fire call at 949 11th Street at approximately 5:04 p.m. that destroyed a home inhabited by three adults and two children.

When firefighters arrived at the scene, the back of the home was already fully engulfed, and neighboring homes had to be evacuated.


August 19 news

BREWSTER – A search warrant executed in the 900 block of Fifth Avenue in Brewster last week has resulted in the arrest of five people. The Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force, conducting surveillance, first detained Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tyler Ober after they were let into the residence by Susan Elizabeth Bales.


August 18 news

LAKEFIELD - A three-vehicle collision Friday evening at the intersection of Highway 86 and Jackson County Road 34 sent two people to the hospital.

The Minnesota State Patrol says 46-year-old Kern Storo of Burnsville was westbound on the county road and had stopped at the intersection. Troopers say he then pulled into the path of a vehicle driven by 53-year-old Carol Patten of Spencer, who was northbound on Highway 86. A southbound pickup driven by 29-year-old Jeremy Sirovy of Sioux Falls came upon the scene and collided with the other two vehicles.