September 22 news

WORTHINGTON – Worthington royalty was crowned Monday at the high school – the homecoming king and queen for 2015 are Tony Lopez and Patricia Marin, who will represent Worthington High School during all of the activities this week.

The rest of the homecoming court consists of Allie Bruns, Arleny Campillo, Emma Gerber, Morgan LeBrun, Olivia Petersen, Tom Hanselmann, Cameron Jenson, Erik Landgaard, Christopher Mayorga and Torey Rogers.

MNSP Bean Receiving Changes

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.

September 21 news

WORTHINGTON - The West Central High School Marching Trojans of Hartford, SD claimed the top prize among competing Class A bands in the competition at the King Turkey Day Grand Parade. Led by director Danny Eye, West Central earned 207.5 points, while Murray County Central came in second with 168 and Tracy High School followed with 133. West Central also rated tops for the People’s Choice Award, Outstanding Drum Majors, Outstanding Winds, Outstanding Drum Line and Outstanding Color Guard.

Paycheck takes the first heat of the Great Gobbler Gallop

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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.

More King Turkey Day fun for the weekend

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.

KTD events will move foward

WORTHINGTON – With today’s rain, the King Turkey Day Board of Directors is keeping an eye on the forecast and keeping Radio Works updated as best they can.

While they had decided at one point to cancel a few activities, they have now opted to move forward with them, so all scheduled events will continue as planned.

September 18 news

WORTHINGTON – During Thursday night’s King Turkey Day mixer at Pioneer Village, Bob Ludlow was named as the 2015 parade marshal, and Bruce Viessman was given the title of Honorary Turkey.

Viessman is a former King Turkey Day Board president. The Honorary Turkey is named as someone who has volunteered time and effort over the years for King Turkey Day. The title started being bestowed in 1993.

Ludlow is the founder of Bedford Industries. King Turkey Day Parade Marshals began in 1973, the same year as the Great Gobbler Gallop.

A notice from the Worthington Police Department

WORTHINGTON -The Worthington Police Department will be posting an area near the Worthington Post Office as a “NO PARKING” zone this Saturday. The zone is needed to allow USPS mail operations at the Worthington USPS site. There will be “NO PARKING” signs posted on Paulson and 11st Street from Saturday morning through mid-afternoon. Any cars parked in violation will be towed at the owner’s expense.

September 17 news

WORTHINGTON – Nobles County is asking for public input during initial stages of a building master plan to assist in creative and innovative ideas for the future of the Nobles County National Guard Armory Building. There will be a public meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 29 in the Farmers Room at the Government Center. Tours will be conducted of the existing facility from 4 to 6 p.m. prior to the meeting.

September 16 news

WORTHINGTON – Worthington Mayor Mike Kuhle on Tuesday morning visited the Ecumen Meadows to proclaim the week of September 13 -19 as Assisted Living Week 2015 in Worthington, with the theme Nourishing Life: Mind, Body and Spirit.

In the proclamation, residents of the assisted living communities are commended as active participants of the Worthington community, offering their wisdom, life experiences and skills. Their past contributions continue to be a vital part of the city’s history, the document proclaims, and their future participation deepens the community.