This is the records summary for April 27. Alleged vandal located KANDIYOHI — An individual was picked up by law enforcement around 1 p.m. Wednesday in Kandiyohi after allegedly shooting up cars and buildings with a long gun, which could have been a higher caliber, according to the incident report. The individual was located at a residence at the 4000 block of 60th Street Northeast.
WILLMAR — Daryl Friesen has joined Christianson PLLP acounting and consulting firm. He will work with the system solutions group, whose areas of focus include technical sales, accounting services to clients and ag business research and recommendations. Friesen has worked in accounting and taught high school for five years.
WILLMAR — Deb Day has joined the Barn Theatre as the volunteer coordinator. She will be coordinating and training the volunteers at the theatre. Day is a retired senior executive at AT&T. She lives in Spicer.
CLARA CITY — Penni Lalim has joined Citizens Alliance Bank of Clara City as a operations officer. She will oversee the deposit operations and personal banking functions. Lalim earned her bachelor's degree from Concordia College and her master's in business from Southwest Minnesota State. She has 13 years of banking and management experience and most recently worked as a financial analyst at U.S. Bank in Marshall.
WILLMAR — Kristi Jo Block is a new Realtor at Edina Realty in Willmar. A Milan native, Block is a graduate of Concordia College. Block has owned and operated her own horse boarding business for 24 years, and also has experience in marketing and sales. She lives in Spicer with her husband and two children.
WILLMAR — Chelley Giese has been promoted to live haul accounting specialist at Jennie-O Turkey Store. Her new job responsibilities include paying live haul invoices and fuel taxes, coding and approving purchase card transactions. Giese has been working for Jennie-O for 11 years, including as ingredient purchasing clerk for the Atwater Feed Mill.
LITCHFIELD — Meeker Cooperative Light & Power conducted its annual meeting in April, which included the reorganization of the board of directors. Incumbents Karen Becker, District 2, and Mark Larson, District 6, were re-elected to the board. Paul Bugbee, Paynesville, will represent District 1, after having defeated incumbent and board vice president Juanita Olson. The 2017 officers are President K. Bruce Krueger, District 7; Vice President Becker; Secretary Kevin Issendorf, District 4; and Treasurer Brad Donnay, District 3.
This is the records summary for April 25. Vandalism KANDIYOHI — A rural Kandiyohi resident reported Monday that someone took their Prowler all-terrain vehicle and damaged it, and ran it into a car. NEW LONDON — A vehicle owner reported Monday that it was vandalized while parked in a school parking lot in New London.
This is the records summary for April 23, 2017. Animal RAYMOND — A stray bull was reported at 6:02 p.m. Friday at the side of 75th Avenue, about a third of a mile south of state Highway 23 near Raymond. When law enforcement arrived the animal was found in a yard at the 8200 block of 75th Avenue. The owner of the bull was called and said he would come round it up. Alcohol offense
This is the records summary for April 22. Woman pleads guilty in drug case WILLMAR — Ciera Nicole Mendoza, 22, of Willmar, pleaded guilty Friday to the a felony charge of storing methamphetamine paraphernalia in the presence of a child. Mendoza was one of five people arrested on drug-related charges after a search warrant was executed in February at a Willmar home. An infant was in the house at the time of the search. The search yielded 100 grams of meth, pipes, pills, a digital scale and numerous pieces of drug paraphernalia.