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March 10 news

WORTHINGTON – The Worthington City Council on Monday held a public hearing regarding the sale of four lots at the Bioscience Industrial Park to Bioverse Inc. through its established land acquisition policy.


March 9 news

WORTHINGTON – The Worthington City Council on Saturday approved a motion to offer the job of city administrator to Steve Robinson, who is currently the city’s Director of Public Works.

Robinson, who has only been in his current position for six months, was one of five candidates who went through a two day process of interviews with the council, department heads and a group of community members chosen for that purpose.


Steve Robinson chosen as new Worthington City Administrator

WORTHINGTON – The Worthington City Council on Saturday approved a motion to offer the job of city administrator to Steve Robinson, who is currently the city’s Director of Public Works.

Robinson, who has only been in his current position for six months, was one of five candidates who went through a two day process of interviews with the council, department heads and a group of community members chosen for that purpose.


South Dakota House approves Omnibus Water Bill

TEA, SD – The South Dakota House of Representatives Thursday approved Governor Dennis Daugaard’s Omnibus Water Bill (S.B. 173). The South Dakota Senate previously approved the bill, so it is now onto the governor’s desk for signature.


March 6 news

WORTHINGTON - Minnesota West Community & Technical College Theatre program will present “Godspell,” based on The Gospel according to St. Matthew.

Boasting a score with chart topping songs, Godspell was the first major musical theater offering from 3-time Grammy and Academy Award winner Stephen Schwartz and it took the world by storm. Led by the international hit, “Day By Day,” Godspell features such beloved songs as “Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord,” “All Good Gifts” and “By My Side.”


Project Morning Star receives grant from Worthington Regional Health Foundation

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WORTHINGTON – The Worthington Regional Health Care Foundation on Thursday awarded a matching grant to Project Morning Star, a transitional residential facility for people with addictions.

Health Care Foundation Executive Director Jeffrey Rotert said Project Morning Start fit the foundation’s mission of providing health and education to people in the area. The total amount of the check, with the $30,000 from the foundation, was for $60,567.69.


Sioux Falls bank robbed at gunpoint

SIOUX FALLS, SD - Police are looking for a suspect following an armed robbery at a bank in eastern Sioux Falls Thursday morning.

Dacotah Bank on E. 10th Street was robbed at gunpoint around 11:15 a.m. The suspect allegedly entered the bank, raised a handgun, and demanded money.

The suspect is reportedly wearing a black ski mask between 30 to 40 years old, 6' tall and weighs 200 pounds. Witnesses say he had a Middle Eastern accent. Police consider the suspect armed and dangerous.


March 5 news

WORTHINGTON - The Minnesota West Lady Jay fan club is moving forward with a charter bus to the basketball tournament in Pennsylvania, and there are spots still available for anyone interested. At last count, 30 people had signed up, which makes the cost of the bus ride $285 per person. The more people who sign up for the bus, the more the price will go down. Each person is responsible for booking their own hotel, which is within walking distance of the tournament facility. Anyone interested in signing up for the trip, please contact Lynette Thompson at 507-842-5536.


March 4 news

WORTHINGTON – Nobles County Commissioners on Tuesday once again tabled any decisions on the stairs in the government center, this time so they could get more information from the low bidder, Wilcon. Steve Johnson, of Vetter-Johnson Architects, has been in contact with the company, who said they are looking for ways to cut costs on the project.