June 26, 2013 in Worthington Daily Globe
WESTBROOK The 2013 edition of Westbrook Fun Days will include everything from Cold Stone Creamery ice cream to Saturday evening fireworks. Continue Reading
April 26, 2013 in Worthington Daily Globe
WESTBROOK Carolyn Van Loh has never found mother-in-law jokes funny she just doesn’t get the joke. She cherishes the close relationship she had with her mother-in-law, Betty Van Loh, who died in January 2009.
“She was a mother-in-love,” corrected Carolyn, who married Betty’s son, Dave, after meeting at Pillsbury Bible College in Owatonna, and later moved to his family farm near Westbrook. Continue Reading
September 23, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe
1960s Westbrook band rocked the area and traveled through the upper Midwest
WESTBROOK In the early 1970s, it was not unusual for at least two country or country-rock bands to be playing a “gig” somewhere in Westbrook Continue Reading
April 29, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe
Richard Lewis works on ‘CSI’ TV program for nine years
WESTBROOK As students in other schools went about their normal classes, a dozen or so kids at Westbrook-Walnut Grove (W-WG) High School were working on a different kind of project with a special guest teacher. Continue Reading
March 25, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe
WESTBROOK It’s hard for Dennis Jutting to stay put when he hears there’s been an accident or someone is in need of emergency medical services.
“There have been several calls during the day, and I think, ‘I should get out there.’ I want to go see if I can help,” Jutting said.
August 23, 2010 in Worthington Daily Globe
Westbrook veteran receives first two sets of Korean Defense Service plates
WESTBROOK A Westbrook man and member of the Korean War Veterans Association Chapter 41, The Frozen Chosin of Mankato, received the first Korean Defense Service license plates during a presentation Monday afternoon in Worthington. Continue Reading
February 12, 2010 in Worthington Daily Globe
WESTBROOK If Westbrook residents were shocked to learn a dead body had been put in a bonfire in October 2008 so alleged murderers could dispose of evidence, they were probably stunned to learn the medical examiner had informed the Cottonwood County Sheriff’s Office in November 2009 there were more bones than there should be. Continue Reading