Hit and run
WILLMAR -- The Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office received a report Sunday morning that a vehicle had struck a propane fill station at Brad's 71 Bait and Sport, Highway 71 Northeast. The vehicle left the scene. No damage estimate was reported.
WILLMAR -- Emergency personnel were called to an injury crash at 1:50 p.m. Sunday in the 4700 block of U.S. Highway 71 South. The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating. Assisting at the scene were the Willmar Fire Department and Willmar Ambulance. No other information was available Sunday night.
WILLMAR -- Willmar Police received a call Sunday from a resident in the 500 block of Ninth Street Southwest of thousands of bees in the resident's yard. Police Sgt. Michael Markkanen said the bees may be owned by resident in the 1000 block of 16th Street Southwest who reported missing bees June 16. Markkanen notified the owner to investigate whether the bees were the missing bees.
Markkanen said the owner went to investigate. However, a number of other people had showed up as well to photograph the bees, which caused the bees to fly away. The swarm was last seen heading east past Garfield School.
Markkanen is requesting the public's assistance in locating the swarm. He asks the public to notify police at 214-6700 if the swarm is located, but to leave the bees alone so they don't fly away again.
Selvin Rolando Fernandez Caballero, Willmar; Eyla Marbella Lopez Sifuentes, Willmar
Ethan Drew Sietsema, Spicer; Brooke MacKenzie Montpetit, New London
Jenna La Rae Van Eps, Fargo, N.D.; Ian Michael Fischer, Fargo, N.D.
Peter James Thoma Jr., Clara City; Donna Lee Vosika, Spicer
Matthew John Ceplecha, Lonsdale; Amy Rita Schueler, Raymond
Patrick Thomas Stoffel, Willmar; Julie Christine McGinnis, Willmar
Joshua Lee Petersen, Belgrade; Michele Irene Hanson, Belgrade
Abby Jo Tebben, Prinsburg; Thomas Patrick Heiderscheit, Plymouth
Wendy Diane Martin, Willmar; James Kenton Holle, Mandan, N.D.