Radio Works Summer BBQ Bonanza

The Radio Works Backyard BBQ Bonanza is back for another year!

Throughout the summer, people can sign up to win the ultimate summer prize package! All you have to do is sign up at participating business locations (listed below) and you're signed up to win your very own backyard BBQ! We'll draw a winner once a week!(Note: Be sure to check back often, as we'll add sponsor registration box locations in the upcoming weeks!)

What You Could Win 


July 28 news

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WORTHINGTON – Seven people were recognized by Police Chief Troy Appel Monday night during the Worthington City Council meeting – three were presented with Worthington Police Department Citizen Awards and four with Civilian Life Saving Awards.


Three dead after plane crash in Pipestone County

HOLLAND - The Pipestone County Sheriff says a pilot and two passengers are dead after the small plane they were flying went down in a cornfield just south of Holland, 10 miles northeast of Pipestone.

Reports starting coming in about the downed aircraft just after 8 p.m. Monday night, according to the sheriff’s office. Emergency responders located the crashed plane on a waterway in Grange Township Section 13.


Names released in fatal Cottonwood County crash

MOUNTAIN LAKE – The names of two people killed in a two-vehicle crash in Cottonwood County over the weekend were released Monday by the Minnesota State Patrol.

According to the report, a 2008 Chevrolet Silverado pickup, driven by 21-year-old Brian Hagberg of Sanborn, was eastbound on Highway 30 when it collided with a 2000 Volkswagen Passat traveling southbound on Cottonwood County Road 1. The crash happened just after 4 p.m.


July 27 news

MOUNTAIN LAKE – Two people were killed Sunday afternoon when two vehicles crashed in Mountain Lake. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a 2008 Chevrolet Silverado pickup, driven by 21-year-old Brian Hagberg of Sanborn, was eastbound on Highway 30 when it collided with a 2000 Volkswagen Passat traveling southbound on Cottonwood County Road 1. The driver of the Passat was killed, as was a passenger. Both passengers of the Passat, from Bloomington, were seriously injured. Hagberg received non-life threatening injuries.


Check awarded for new Promenade on Oxford name

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WORTHINGTON – Jim and Iris Pierce of Worthington on Thursday received their check for $500 from Brian Pellowski of PBK Investments. The money was their prize for being the ones to come up with the new name for the old mall area.

Instead of forever being referred to as the old Northland Mall, the new complex, which will include retail stores, housing, restaurants and green space, will be called Promenade on Oxford. Pellowski, who is developing the property, put up the money for the contest, which had quite a few entries.


Change of venue motion filed in Fraga case, defense offers no objection

WORTHINGTON – The State of Minnesota Attorney General’s Office has filed for a change of venue in the Josue Fraga murder trial, and on Friday afternoon, public defender Cecil Naatz said he has no objection to that motion. It will now be up to Judge Leland Bush to decide where that trial will take place.


2016 Adrian Legion Post Raffle

Join in on the fun and enter the 2016 Adrian Legion Post raffle! Anyone 18+ is eligible to purchase (and win!) raffle tickets (calendars) priced at $25 apiece. Raffle prizes are printed on the back of the calendar, and a complete list of all prizes is available upon request.


No sanctuary in Worthington, according to city officials

WORTHINGTON – A recent article on WCCO named Worthington as a Sanctuary City for illegal immigrants. The article was in regards to a recent murder of a woman in San Francisco by an undocumented man.

Worthington City Administrator Steve Robinson and Worthington Police Chief Troy Appel issued a statement Monday in response, refuting the claim that Worthington has policies that prohibit city and county employees from aiding immigration authorities with investigations or arrests.

Worthington is not now, nor has it ever been a sanctuary city, the response states.