This is the records summary for Aug. 31. Man injured in crash
The Minnesota Vikings have scheduled a press conference with coach Mike Zimmer at 4 p.m. today to address the injury suffered by quarterback Teddy Bridewater. Bridgewater exited practice on Tuesday...
This is the records summary for Aug. 30. Five injured in three-vehicle crash in Willmar
MARSHALL — Two water quality reports for the Chippewa River Watershed water quality report are available for public comment. The Chippewa River Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategy report summarizes past efforts to monitor and improve water quality and identifies future strategies for restoring and protecting water quality. The Chippewa River Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load report details specific water quality impairments among individual lakes and streams in the watershed.
WILLMAR—The research team at Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters rating service of lawyers, has chosen Mark Wermerskirchen, of Willmar, as a 2016 Minnesota Super Lawyer in the practice area of elder law. No more than 5 percent of Minnesota lawyers receive this honor. Super Lawyers have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement and uses a multi-step process including a statewide survey of lawyers and an independent research evaluation of the candidates before choosing the honorees. This list is published in the Super Lawyers Magazine.
CLARA CITY—Tyler Enestvedt has joined Citizens Alliance Bank of Clara City as a lending officer. He will manage agricultural and commercial customer relationships and develop new business relationships within Clara City and the surrounding area. Enestvedt was born and raised in Sacred Heart. He graduated from St. Cloud State University with a degree in finance. Before come to Citizens Alliance Bank, Enestvedt worked with Farm Service Agency, Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation and Rural Finance Agency. He has focused on all types of agricultural lending.
BELGRADE—Kale Graham announces the start of his radon testing and mitigation business Radon-B-Gone. Graham is certified and trained by the National Radon Proficiency Program and operates out of Belgrade. Those looking for more information can visit www.radon-b-gone.com , call 320-469-1712 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
OLIVIA—Danelle Loomis has joined Big Stone Therapies in Olivia as a physical therapist, and Kayla Mathiowetz is a new speech language pathologist on the staff. Loomis has particular interest in sports, orthopedics and pediatrics. She is a graduate of Concordia College in Moorhead with a bachelor's in exercise science. She earned her doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Jamestown in Fargo, North Dakota. Mathiowetz will work with patients of all ages with speech therapy needs.
WILLMAR—The median sale price in July for homes in Willmar dropped 1.9 percent over the same time last year. The median sale price was $133,200. According to the West Central Association of Realtors, prices dropped 10.5 percent in the 21 counties of the region as a whole. In Willmar there was a 5.9 percent increase in new listings, a 22 percent increase in closed sales and a 6.5 percent rise in the number of homes for sale. However there was a 2.5 percent decrease in the month's supply of available homes for sale.
WILLMAR—Kristen Subler has joined Jennie-O Turkey Store as a associate food technologist at the corporate office's research and development department. She will work on dark meat and cured products. Subler is a graduate of Ohio State University with a bachelor's in meat science.