UPDATE: Names released in fatal crash near Lynd, three deceased

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LYND – Three people are dead and three more seriously injured after a minivan collided head-on with a shuttle bus Wednesday afternoon on Minnesota State Highway 23 near Lynd, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

A 1996 Dodge Caravan, driven by 80-year-old Robert McClain of Marshall, was traveling east on Highway 23 when it entered the westbound lane and struck a 2009 shuttle bus head on, according to information from the state patrol. He and his wife, Shirley MClain, 72, of Marshall, were declared deceased at the scene.


Ron Wood and Alan Oberloh speak out at last council meeting

WORTHINGTON – During their final meeting as part of the Worthington City Council, Mayor Alan Oberloh and Councilman Ron Wood each addressed the rest of the council, and the general message was one that stated while they both believed they had accomplished quite a bit on their years of service to the city, they felt they were leaving behind a council that was fragmented and not working together.


Jirele signs to run cross country at Mount Marty

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YANKTON, SD – December 22, 2014 – Mount Marty College is pleased to announce the athletic signing of Matt Jirele of Worthington High School to participate in the track and field and cross country programs.


MCC Frozen parody involves students, staff and silly

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.

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Oldham signs with UTEP

Minnesota West sophomore wide receiver Elliot Oldham on Wednesday signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his football career at the Division I level with UTEP (University of Texas at El Paso)

The Detroit, Michigan native led the Minnesota West Bluejays in receiving with 31 catches for 452 yards and scored 4 touchdowns and was a MCAC All-Division First Team selection this past season.


7,500 turkeys lost in fire in Lorain Township

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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.


MSP releases names of two injured in Fulda crash

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.


Sioux Falls man arrested for kidnapping in Worthington

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WORTHINGTON – A Sioux Falls man arrested Friday in Worthington was charged this week in Nobles County District Court with one count of false imprisonment after his girlfriend called authorities and reported being held against her will.


UPDATE: Names released in Lismore crash

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UPDATE: LISMORE – Lismore Rescue and the Nobles County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a broadside crash at the intersection of Minnesota 91 and Nobles County Road 16 at approximately 9:36 a.m. Tuesday to assist the Minnesota State Patrol with an accident with injuries.