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June 29 news

HILLS – A Sioux Falls man suffered serious injuries when his 2004 Chevrolet Venture van left the roadway and rolled in the early morning hours on Sunday. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, Obede Bikorimana, 27, of Sioux Falls, SD, was eastbound on Interstate 90 near mile marker 3 in his van when it left the roadway to the right and rolled into the ditch, causing him serious injury. He was taken to the Sanford Sioux Falls Trauma Center. The van was totaled.


Renowned wrestler Dan Gable to speak at King Turkey Day

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WORTHINGTON – The King Turkey Day Board of Directors has announced Dan Gable as the featured speaker for the 76th annual King Turkey Day celebration.

Gable will speak at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, September 19th, on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Tenth Street.


June 26 news

WINDOM - Steve Nasby, administrator for the City of Windom, was elected Thursday as the president of the League of Minnesota Cities for 2015-2016. The election took place at the League’s Annual Conference in Duluth.

Nasby has worked as the Windom city administrator since March of 2006. Prior to that, he was employed for 13 years in planning and community development in Iowa City, Iowa. Nasby has served as a member of the League’s Board of Directors since 2010, and as First Vice President in 2014-2015.


Promenade on Oxford investor could be ready to name retailers within months

WORTHINGTON – Brian Pellowski isn’t quite ready to start naming names, but said this week that in the next 60 days, there will be announcements of retail tenants for Promenade on Oxford that will be “very big for the city of Worthington.”

Pellowski, owner of PBK Investments, is the developer who finally coaxed the former Northland Mall out of Mike Kohen’s neglectful clutches after he saw the potential more than two years ago in the area and in the city of Worthington.


June 25 news

SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa - A collision Tuesday night in Spirit Lake involving a car and a bicycle claimed the life of the bicyclist. Authorities haven't released the victim's name, pending notification of relatives.

The Iowa State Patrol says the driver of the car, 23-year-old Dustin Abbas of Milford, wasn't injured.

The collision took place shortly before midnight at the intersection of Highway 71 and 34th Street. Authorities say Abbas was southbound in the outside lane of the highway when he collided with the rear of the bike, which was also southbound in the same lane of traffic.


Charges filed: Worthington prostitution sting nets six arrests

WORTHINGTON – Six men were allegedly caught in a prostitution sting after the Worthington Police Department and other local jurisdictions placed an advertisement in the adult entertainment section of the website backpages.com.


Noble named interim high school principal

WORTHINGTON – The District 518 School Board this morning unanimously approved naming current Prairie Elementary Principal Josh Noble as the interim principal at the Worthington High School and will move current elementary assistant principal Heidi Meyer into the interim principal position at the elementary school.

District Superintendent John Landgaard said the intent is that if both interim principals work out well, they will stay in their positions permanently.


June 24 news

WORTHINGTON – Just a reminder, today is the All-American Blood Donor Worthington Community Blood Drive, from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Ground Round at 1290 Ryans Road, sponsored by Radio Works, Daily Globe, Ground Round and Holiday Inn Express.

Donors must be at least 17 years old, weigh 110 pounds or more and be in good health the day of the donation. Please bring an ID. All who sign up to donate get a free t-shirt, and there is a special coupon gift to all who donate, compliments of Ground Round. Call 376-3043 for more information.


June 23 news

WORTHINGTON - The City of Worthington will be picking up tree debris related to the high winds that occurred on Monday. The pick-up will start on Tuesday. Please place only the storm related tree debris on the boulevard.


Motorcycle crash near Jackson kills two from Iowa

JACKSON – Two people were killed Monday evening when the motorcycle they were on crossed the center line in a construction zone and struck a minivan head-on, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

The driver of a westbound BMW motorcycle appeared to lose control and veered over the center line on Interstate 90 near Jackson at approximately 6:32 p.m. Monday. Richard Hadeen, age 67, of Davenport, Iowa, and his spouse, Francois Hadeen, 66, were both declared dead at the scene.