And we’re back after a brief hiatus, with tons of extra historical posts to make up for our absence. Note that I’m posting them below, not above, so… Scroll down and enjoy!
A tractor drove through Worthington on its way from Canada to Mexico in 1985 in "an effort to dramatize the need for a minimum price bill and lower interest rates to help farmers survive."
There was a sharp uptick of traffic at the Worthington Municipal Airport in 1960.
PFC Menko Woltjer of Little Rock Township, was home (in the United States) for treatment in Michigan after he suffered a leg wound in the attempted German breakthrough at Avranches, France, on August 15, 1945. He was continuously in action from D-day, June 6, until he was wounded.