Susan Lunneborg is news editor of the West Central Tribune. She joined the staff in Willmar in 1999 and has been a newspaper journalist for more than 20 years. She can be reached directly at the email linked here, but for the most timely response, please send news releases to the Tribune's general news email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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An entry in the Records section published Jan. 31 misstated the location where a semi truck carrying live turkeys tipped over Jan. 30. It should have said that the crash happened when driver Edgardo Diaz attempted to turn south onto Kandiyohi County Road 5 from Kandiyohi County Road 25.
Cardiac arrest patients who get cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) from a bystander at the scene may have better survival odds even when an ambulance takes a long time to arrive, a Danish study suggests. Researchers examined data on 7,623 cardiac arrest patients and found when an ambulance arrived within five minutes of a 911 call, patients were 2.3 times more likely to survive at least 30 days if they received bystander CPR than if they didn't get this aid at the scene.
Question: I enjoy reading your column. I have been driving for a number of years but still get confused as to what all the white road markings mean. I know what the white dashes on a road/highway mean — OK to pass. But what do solid white lines mean, particularly if they are on a three-lane highway? Also, what do the intermittent white "bricks" mean? What do narrowly spaced white lines mean verses widely spaced white double lines. Thanks for your help! Answer: White lines separate lanes of traffic traveling in the same direction.
Most American teenagers don't get enough exercise, and they often stick with their sedentary ways as they enter adulthood, a U.S. study suggests. More than 9 in 10 adolescents fail to get the minimum 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous daily physical activity recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, researchers report in the journal Pediatrics.
CLARA CITY—A Paynesville woman was injured in a collision Friday evening at the intersection of state Highways 23 and 7 in Clara City. According to the State Patrol report, Veronica M. Kunstleben, 72, was northbound in a Ford Taurus on Highway 23. A Dodge Ram pickup driven by Phillip P. Schmidt, 33 , of Shakopee was westbound on Highway 7 and the two collided. Kunstleben was transported to Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar with what were described by the State Patrol as non-life-threatening injuries.
MONTEVIDEO -- A 52-year-old Montevideo woman in a motorized wheelchair was struck and injured Friday afternoon in a pedestrian crosswalk in Montevideo. The Minnesota State Patrol reported that Kay A...
Updated: 4:30 p.m. ATWATER -- Three people in a car suffered serious injuries Tuesday afternoon when the car caught fire after it rear-ended a semi on U.S. Highway 12 near...
WILLMAR — Holiday shopping begins earlier and earlier every year, but Black Friday is still a day when millions of Americans want to shop — with advertising inserts from the...
WILLMAR -- Children ages 4 to 10 were invited to enjoy games, snacks and a puppet show at the Pumpkin Patch Carnival conducted Sunday by Willmar Community Education & Recreation.
WILLMAR — The community is invited today to say farewell to members of the Minnesota National Guard 682nd Engineering Battalion based in Willmar who are preparing for a nine-month deployment...