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Support shown for hunting, fishing license fee increases

Support shown for hunting, fishing license fee increases

WORTHINGTON — Time may be running out for the legislature to take up a proposed fee increase for hunting and fishing licenses in Minnesota, but the ne...

Tyler woman charged with arson in Pipestone County fire

Tyler woman charged with arson in Pipestone County fire

PIPESTONE — Charges were filed Tuesday against Tyler woman Becci Joy Alleckson Pratt, 23, who is suspected of intentionally setting a fire in an uninh...

Women’s Expo features a variety of booths

Women’s Expo features a variety of booths

WORTHINGTON — With so much to see and do, it might be hard to decide which direction to head first. Luckily, wandering is encouraged. “You can eithe...

Singing from their hearts: Gospelaires, In Harmony to present joint concert

Singing from their hearts: Gospelaires, In Harmony to present joint concert

WORTHINGTON — They have been singing together for more than a decade. Their harmonizing began while singing in church. They are regular performers at ...

SSC junior Hesemann receives ExCEL award

SSC junior Hesemann receives ExCEL award

OKABENA — Southwest Star Concept junior Arianna Hesemann didn’t know much about the ExCEL award until this year, but she knew enough that she should p...

Muskrat love

Muskrat love

A muskrat feeds on vegetation in a water-filled ditch south of Worthington Wednesday afternoon....

Tyler woman charged with arson in Pipestone County fire

Tyler woman charged with arson in Pipestone County fire

PIPESTONE — Charges were filed Tuesday against Tyler woman Becci Joy Alleckson Pratt, 23, who is suspected of intentionally setting a fire in an uninhabited house on the edge of the Pipestone/Lincoln County border.

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Support shown for hunting, fishing license fee increases

WORTHINGTON — Time may be running out for the legislature to take up a proposed fee increase for hunting and fishing licenses in Minnesota, but the nearly 20 attendees at a public meeting Tuesday night in Worthington were encouraged to request a bill be introduced.

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Women’s Expo features a variety of booths

WORTHINGTON — With so much to see and do, it might be hard to decide which direction to head first. Luckily, wandering is encouraged. “You can either spend the day or come and go,” said Daily Globe Publisher Joni Harms.

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Muskrat love

Muskrat love

A muskrat feeds on vegetation in a water-filled ditch south of Worthington Wednesday afternoon.

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Singing from their hearts: Gospelaires, In Harmony to present joint concert

Singing from their hearts: Gospelaires, In Harmony to present joint concert

WORTHINGTON — They have been singing together for more than a decade. Their harmonizing began while singing in church. They are regular performers at community events. That description applies to not just one, but two local musical ensembles: The Gospelaires and In Harmony.

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Editorial: Time may be right for racinos

Editorial: Time may be right for racinos

On Monday, several Republican lawmakers announced their support for the introduction of slot machines at Minnesota’s two horse-racing tracks.

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Column: Once again, Newt Gingrich is faking it

AUSTIN, Texas — At last, Newt Gingrich has come bucking out of the presidential chute, shouting “Yippie-ty-yi-yo, here I go!”

Column: Quarrelsome neighbors

SAN DIEGO — You might not have been able to tell from Mexican President Felipe Calderon's recent one-day trip to Washington, but the relationship between Mexico and the United States has gone from friendly to farcical.

Column: Can Congress get serious?

WASHINGTON — House Republicans called an “emergency meeting” this week, suspending the usual procedures to rush an urgent piece of legislation to the floor. Had the new majority finally come up with a job-creation bill? A compromise with Democrats to rein in the deficit?

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