SLAYTON – These days parodies are as plentiful as snowflakes, but getting a chance to see your high school home economics teacher chase her students out of the classroom with a broom while choir teacher Eli Johnson croons a tune lamenting the fact that Christmas break hasn’t started yet? Not quite as common.
Kristin St. John, who teaches English at Murray County Central, has a hit on her hands. On Thursday, she posted a parody on YouTube that she and some others created. “Let Them Go: A Frozen Parody” features staff from MCC and the PBIS students.
WORTHINGTON - The Community Improvement Committee of the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce, Daily Globe and Worthington Public Utilities have announced the winners of the Holiday Lighting Contest, with first place this year going to Matt and Cheri Oleske at 1118 Grand Avenue. The Oleskes will receive $100 in Chamber checks and $100 off their December utility bill. Second place went to Les and Deb Froderman at 1424 Eckerson Drive, and third place to Allan Henderscheidt at 1038 Wilbur Street. They will receive $75 and $50 in Chamber Checks respectively, with the same amount off their...
WORTHINGTON – With the 2015 Legislative session just around the corner, Senator Bill Weber of Luverne and Representative Rod Hamilton of Mountain Lake took the opportunity Wednesday to sit down with a group of constituents for a listening session, asking questions about what concerns the people have.
The first subject to be addressed was the possibility of a gas tax, which Weber said he would have a hard time supporting. Hamilton said he believed transportation would be one of the top issues of the session, but they would have to fight tooth and nail to get any money allocated to...
WORTHINGTON – While this weather may not be conducive to thinking about baseball, that isn’t stopping the Minnesota Twins from putting some planning into the annual Caravan. Reliever Brian Duensing, second baseman Brian Dozier and broadcasters Jack Morris and Dick Bremer will make a stop in Worthington at 9 a.m. January 20 at the YMCA. All are invited to join us.
WORTHINGTON – The District 518 School Board passed a resolution Tuesday to enter into a contract with the Minnesota Department of Transportation Safe Routes to School program. The grant will allow Prairie Elementary,...
WORTHINGTON – Approximately 7,500 5-week-old turkeys were killed during a fire that started overnight at the Meyer Turkey Farm at 2679 Town Avenue, according to Round Lake Fire Chief Mike Smith.
The Round Lake Fire Department was called out at 12:54 a.m. for a turkey barn fire in the early morning hours Tuesday in Lorain Township. When they arrived on the scene, they found the barn fully engulfed and flames shooting out the top, Smith said. They called out for mutual aid from the Worthington, Bigelow and Brewster Fire Department at 1:25 a.m. Smith thought there were approximately...
WORTHINGTON – The Round Lake Fire Department was called out to a turkey barn fire at 12:54 a.m. Tuesday at 2679 Town Avenue. They called out for mutual aid from the Worthington and Brewster Fire Department at 1:25 a.m. As of 5 a.m., the firefighters were still on the scene. We’ll bring you more on that story as is becomes available.
ADRIAN – A Fulda woman received non-life threatening injuries Monday afternoon when her vehicle rolled down an embankment off of Interstate 90.
According to the Minnesota State Patrol, Stacy Grothe, age 32, of Fulda, was eastbound on I-90 near...
MADELIA — A 16-year-old boy from Butterfield was killed Saturday when he was ejected from a vehicle during a rollover that took place at 10:10 p.m. near mile marker 80 on Minnesota 60 in Watonwan County.
A 17-year-old male from Butterfield, as yet unnamed by the Minnesota State Patrol, was driving a 2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser westbound when the vehicle entered the center median and the vehicle rolled multiple times. Two people were ejected from the vehicle, which came to rest upside down.
The deceased passenger was identified as Ross Blomgren, 16, of Butterfield. The driver...
FULDA – The Minnesota State Patrol has released the name of two people injured mid-day Friday in a crash just outside of Fulda.
According to the report, two vehicles were traveling southbound on U.S. 59 when a 2006 Chevrolet Malibu driven by Rory Hoium, age 23, of Albert Lea, was rear-ended by a 2000 Chevrolet Blazer driven by Gerlad Ossefoort, age 64, of Fulda. Both Ossefoort and Hoium received non-life threatening injuries.
The crash took place at 12:24 p.m. The Murray County Sheriff’s Office assisted at the scene.
SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa - The Iowa State Medical Examiner on Thursday released the identity of a body discovered after Sunday’s fire at the Hill Avenue Apartments Building in Spirit Lake. Authorities said the victim of the fire is identified as 48-year-old Edwin Dowd.
The Spirit Lake Fire Department recovered his body in the debris on Monday. Two other residents were treated for smoke inhalation.
The cause of the blaze has been ruled as undetermined by the State Fire Marshal's Office due to the extensive damage to the structure.