Ambulance 9:48 p.m. Tuesday: 1700 block of Rust Road, Worthington, adult female who had blacked out. Fire 9:19 a.m. Wednesday: 200th Street and U.S. 59, Brewster, tanker fire that had been put out, but vehicle was still hot. Brewster Fire Department and Minnesota State Patrol dispatched. Crashes WPD: crash, 5:12 p.m. Tuesday, 1700 block of Northeast Minnesota 60.
WORTHINGTON — Minnesota West Community & Technical College Worthington campus sociology instructor Dr. Jay Vargas and his classmates were awarded Most Outstanding Graduate Student Presentation at the NEXUS: College of Liberal Arts Research Symposium recently.
PIPESTONE — Pipestone National Monument and the National Park Service are celebrating National American Indian Heritage Month in November with a showing of the 2018 Public Broadcasting System (PBS) film series “Native America.”
WORTHINGTON — The Nobles County Historical Society will host a Christmas Coffee from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Nov. 28, at the museum, 407 12th St., Worthington. Reservations are requested by Nov. 23 by calling the society office at 376-4431.
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington Area YMCA will host its annual Youth and Volunteer Awards Ceremony on Monday, Nov. 19 at the Y, 1501 Collegeway. The celebration will begin with a light meal at 6:15 p.m. and continue through the presentation of multiple awards.
WORTHINGTON — Minnesota West Community and Technical College contributed more than $128 million to the state’s economy during last year’s fiscal year, a report released Tuesday by Minnesota State indicates.
WORTHINGTON — Two chapters within the National Wild Turkey Federation have raised more than $1,400 to support Nobles County 4-H and the Worthington Hockey Association. The donations are being given in memory of Worthington businessman Jeff Nickel, who was killed in a hunting accident in September. Both organizations had been identified by the family as places to which memorials could be directed.
MANKATO -- Even though they lost, Tuesday’s season opener for the Worthington Trojans girls hockey team was a decent start, said head coach Chad Nickel. “I thought it was a very good opening game. The girls really played well. We got the opening jitters out of the way,” he said.
BY LES KNUTSON The Globe sports reporter MADISON, S.D. -- As a junior at Fulda High School in the fall of 2004, Anthony Drealan placed 11th in the Red Rock Conference cross country meet on the Slayton Golf Course, just missing All-Conference honors with a 5,000-meter time of 18:45. The following year, he was the lead runner for Murray County Central / Fulda in the conference meet on the same course and finished sixth with an improved time of 18:04.