OKOBOJI, Iowa — Environmental education coordinator Bryanna Kuhlman will talk with people about the prairie as well as the wetland and oak savanna ecosystems during the Winter Wonderland Walk 3 p.m. Dec. 27 in Kenue Park.
WORTHINGTON — Fareway Stores Inc., in partnership with Variety — the Children’s Charity, provided a donation of 66 bikes on Monday through the Worthington Area YMCA and Nobles County Community Christmas Basket organization to area children in need.
WORTHINGTON — The Business Education Committee of the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce will be presenting the 31st annual Education Appreciation Award”to a Friend of Education in the Worthington School District 518.
Friday night sports roundup: BOYS BASKETBALL MCC 52, RTR 45 TYLER -- Jack Pierson scored 19 points for Murray County Central in its 52-45 victory over Russell-Tyler-Ruthton in boys basketball Friday night. The Rebels had two additional players score double-digit points. Nate Everson scored 12 points, and Justin Benda scored 10 points.
BY AARON HAGEN The Globe WORTHINGTON -- For the first half of Friday night’s boys basketball game, Worthington stayed with visiting Marshall. But the Tigers opened the game up in the second half for a 73-47 victory.
Ambulance 7:42 p.m. Tuesday: 100 block of South Street, Magnolia, individual complaining of weakness. 9:24 am. Wednesday: 1300 block of North Kniss Avenue, Luverne. 1:13 pm. Thursday: 1300 block of North Kniss Avenue, Luverne. 4:56 p.m. Thursday: 500 block of Lake Street, Worthington, adult female.
Wietzema an All-American WACO, Texas -- Dakota Wesleyan offensive lineman and Worthington native Trevor Wietzema has been named to the American Football Coaches Association NAIA Coaches’ All-America First Team.
SCOTT RALL The Globe outdoors columnist I could have written this column a few weeks back, but if you or your outdoor person is anything like me, Christmas shopping is not really started for the season until the muzzle loader deer season closes -- which was last Sunday. Now is crunch time, and if you wait just a little longer you might even get a better deal.
Thursday high school sports roundup: GIRLS BASKETBALL MARSHALL -- Down but not out, the Worthington Trojans girls basketball team fought back from more than 20 points down in the second half to get to within eight of the Marshall Tigers Thursday night in high school girls basketball. The Trojans didn’t get back far enough, however, and lost an 81-71 decision.
Ambulance 3:17 p.m. Thursday; 28000 block of Edwards Avenue, Adrian, grain bin rescue involving individual trapped up to the waist. Adrian Ambulance and Rushmore Rescue dispatched. Police WPD: illegal dumping, 4:19 p.m. Wednesday, 1500 block of Okabena Street. WPD: theft, 4:46 p.m. Wednesday, near intersection of Turner and West Okabena streets.