Pepe Le Pew And A Reminder Of The Relay, Too

Ah, it’s finally Friday — and that means our local Relay for Life is tonight at the Nobles County Fairgrounds in Worthington. It also means I get to clean out my house. For the past two weeks, an overwhelming number of donations from local businesses has been gathered and stored in my house in preparation…
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Through The Storm

I was driving back to the office Tuesday afternoon, mentally checking off the list of everything I have to get done in the next couple of weeks, when I realized what day it was. I have three calendars on my desk at work, but still I have trouble remembering dates. Nixel had already alerted me…
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Flingers Of The Dung

  I was recently telling our newest Daily Globe reporter about Worthington’s King Turkey Day festival, and when I mentioned how our turkey rivals, Paycheck and Ruby Begonia, are chased by race teams for two blocks down our main downtown street, her response was, “No way!” “Yep, and it’s always the job of the newest…
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State Of Wonder

It was little more than a week ago that I had the opportunity to attend a very special event — the preschool graduation for my great-nephew Brody. The stage of Ellsworth High School was decked out in balloons, with two lines of child-sized chairs neatly arranged on one side, and a table covered with colorful…
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One Lunker of A Fish Tale

It was mid-afternoon Sunday and I’d finished writing the second of two weekend stories, gone to church, done three loads of laundry — folded clothes and put them away — and washed and dried the dishes. I mowed the lawn in the rain Saturday night, not by choice but out of necessity, and, well, that’s…
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