WORTHINGTON - The Nobles County Red Kettle Campaign will kick off today, with bell ringers needed at Hy-Vee, Runnings and Fareway stores. Call Cindy Harvey at 507-329-6571 to reserve your favorite time and location so that you, your family and/or club or organization can help those in need in Nobles county! You can also go online to sign up! The link is in the article below!
For the past two years, the Worthington Police Department has been handing out Christmas cards with a bit of cash to help people get through what can be for some the toughest and most expensive time of the year. This was done through an anonymous donation from a generous benefactor, with the understanding that law enforcement would keep his name on the down-low.
During the Secret Santa endeavors, patrol officers gave out $100 bills tucked inside Christmas cards, which resulted in looks of astonishment, joy, hugs and even tears. And it was all made possible by a local man who wanted to give back to his community.
Senators Tina Smith and Kevin Cramer will introduce a bill on Thursday, World Diabetes Day, that would require Health and Human Services and Planning and Evaluation to study the impact of the affordability of insulin. Smith spoke with Radio Works News Director Justine Wettschreck abut the proposed bill.
Rep. Jim Hagedorn of Minnesota's First Congressional District stopped by the Radio Works studios on Friday to chat with News Director Justine Wettschreck. The discussion included the USMCA, agriculture, ethanol, impeachment and why Congress is getting nothing done. Hagedorn also answered question regarding the acceptability of derogatory nicknames by the President.
Once again this year, there are a multitude of Veterans Day program in the area, most of them on Monday with a few exceptions.