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Public meeting slated Thursday on the Willmar Wye
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Records published Feb. 22
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Willmar woman charged with aiding offender
1 hour 18 min ago
Two injured in Renville County crash
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February 21, 2017
Alaska man injured in morning rollover in New London Township
11 hours 20 min ago
High speed chase ends in Willmar with arrest of juvenile
11 hours 22 min ago
Convictions published Feb. 21
11 hours 28 min ago
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Cars pass the intersection Tuesday of 19th Avenue Southwest (which is also Kandiyohi County Road 15) and Kandiyohi County Road 5 in west Willmar. The Kandiyohi County Board is undertaking a traffic study of the location as it considers an interim option for the main north-south corridor between state Highway 23 and U.S. Highway 12 when the railroad bypass is built.
County proposes new traffic option for wye corridor
11 hours 47 min ago
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Ike Holland, Willmar City Administrator, shakes hands with council members after he presents his topic Thursday at Willmar City Offices. Each city admin candidate was asked to do a 10 minute presentation about a city topic.
Holland is the new Willmar City Administrator
12 hours 10 min ago
Fire kills 8,300 turkeys at Meeker County farm
16 hours 20 min ago
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Rick Schirmers sits Thursday in the sun porch of his home in Willmar. Friends recently started a GoFundMe campaign to help Schirmers, 63, stay in his house.
Rick's Place
19 hours 30 min ago
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While the contract hasn't been formally approved yet, Isaac Holland has verbally accepted the position of Willmar City Administrator.
Willmar City Council to vote on city administrator contract tonight
20 hours 17 min ago
Alaska man injured in morning rollover in New London Township
21 hours 31 min ago
Watkins man rescued from fiery crash in west central Minnesota
February 21, 2017 - 7:00am
Amanda Freund displays the "Cow Pots" made from manure at her family's Connecticut dairy farm Thursday during an appearance in Willmar. Freund, a speaker at the Women in Agriculture Networking conference, spoke about entrepreneurship and value-added opportunities on the farm. (Carolyn Lange / Tribune)
Women bring new voice to agriculture
February 21, 2017 - 5:59am