WORTHINGTON – The Cornerstone Drug Court Team was presented today with information about the proposed Project Morning Star Residential Recovery program, a transitional housing program in which residents can work on their recovery from addiction in a safe, stable and sober environment before re-entering the community on their own.
WORTHINGTON - This year marks the 63rd annual observance of the National Day of Prayer, established by Congress in 1952. The theme for the 2014 National Day of Prayer is “One Voice, United in Prayer,” emphasizing the need for individuals to join together in corporate prayer for their communities, their nation and their leaders.
WORTHINGTON – The abatement plan filed by Northland Mall owner Mike Kohen is insufficient, according to Worthington Director of Community and Economic Development Brad Chapulis. He explained to the city council Monday night that he and his staff had examined the plan of action Kohen had submitted last month and found there was no specific schedule or scope of work, and no executed contracts.
WORTHINGTON — Music, art and poetry will all be celebrated at 4 p.m. today in the Fine Arts Theatre at Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Worthington Campus, as part of the Fine Arts Collaborative Exhibition program.
WORTHINGTON – Water main reconstruction work began this week on Nobles Street from Minnesota 60 to Orchard Road, according to the City of Worthington Engineering Department. Motorists are asked to watch for traffic issues and workers in the construction zones.
WORTHINGTON - Community business leaders can access the knowledge and experience of world-renowned leaders by attending Leadercast® at Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Worthington Campus on May 9, 2014.
Congratulations to the 2014 Pork Industry Scholarship winners! A total of 18 recipients were selected, hailing from 12 states and 10 universities. Several of these winners hail from the tri-state listening area (highlighted in green), with the majority of the recipients from Midwest states.
OCHEYEDAN, Iowa — After an autopsy, the cause of death of an Ocheyedan, Iowa man was determined to be blunt force head injuries from an accidental fall in the victim’s home. The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office investigated the death of Steven Bruce Noble, age 46, after responding to a 911 call Monday afternoon. The autopsy was performed Tuesday by Dr. Jonathan Thompson at the Iowa Office of the State Medical Examiner in Ankeny.
On Earth Day, April 22nd, the The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) retroactively lowered the volume of cellulosic biofuel that refiners must blend into traditional fuels, aligning the 2013 mandated volume to the actual amount of fuels produced.
We are still awaiting the final decision on the 2014 proposed Renewable Fuel Standard from the EPA and in the meantime, in conjunction with Earth Day, the Fuels America coalition has launched a campaign to counter the U.S. oil industry's campaign against ethanol. You may see the television ad on cable, as well as online.
Spring is here and with it, citywide cleanup days! Information will be posted as it becomes available, so be sure to check back if your town is not currently listed.
Citywide Cleanup Days
- Edgerton: Saturday, May 3rd. To see a complete list of what is accepted and what is not, call the Edgerton City Hall
SLAYTON – Interim CEO John Osse is already implementing changes at the Murray County Medical Center, but he stated during Tuesday’s Hospital Board meeting he sees no reason to change the management contract between the hospital and Sanford. Citizens have suggested, petitioned for and downright demanded the contract be allowed to expire and a new one be taken up with Avera, believing the four medical staff who left the hospital would return.
Osse said the contract is set to automatically renew May 1, and that is what will happen. He has not seen any breach of contract, he added.