SPICER—Lakeside Self Storage of Spicer, owned by Ray and Beth Yakimchuk, is now open and offering climate-controlled storage. The business, managed by Sheri LaPatka, offers varied sizes of storage lockers at its location at 12011 Highway 71 Northeast, on the right side of the highway across from Ringo Lake. The facility includes a keypad entry system, which allows renters access to their property 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The facility also has bright lighting and cameras. Lakeside Self Storage can be reached at 320-796-4458.
GLENWOOD -- Motorists on Minnesota Highway 104 will encounter a detour in Glenwood when a culvert project begins today. Highway 104 will close near Eighth Street. Traffic will detour to...
This is the records summary for Sept. 17. Burglary WILLMAR—A Willmar resident reported a suspected burglary Friday morning to Willmar police. The individual told police that someone apparently entered a home on High Avenue and had gone through some of their belongings. Nothing appeared to have been stolen. Theft
ST. PAUL—Minnesota 4-H'ers from 86 counties brought over 2,800 animals, more than 2,600 non-livestock exhibits, delivered more than 200 public presentations and participated in dozens of group learning experiences and public performances during the 2016 State Fair. Education is integral in the "learn by doing" philosophy of 4-H, and as part of the educational component, Minnesota 4-H requires every youth exhibiting an animal to also participate in knowledge tests, skill-a-thons and personal interviews directly related to the animal species they are exhibiting.
In this episode, Clay and Jake talk Willmar Warhawks hockey, Willmar boys soccer and Morris/CA volleyball. Willmar Warhawks hockey opens their season this weekend. Willmar and Morris/CA are undefeated in...
This is the records summary for Sept. 16. 90-year-old woman injured in crash MONTEVIDEO—A Montevideo woman was injured Wednesday evening on state Highway 7 after she attempted to make a left turn and crashed into another vehicle.
NEW LONDON—The dedication of the Mill Pond Music Trail will be at 6 p.m. Saturday in Holm Park in conjunction with the New London Fall Festival. Live music will be played by local bands along the path connecting the music trail's instrument installations. The music trail is part of the Riverspace Project, that was made possible by an ArtPlace America Creative Placemaking grant awarded to New London in 2014.
WILLMAR – The Willmar Community Center will kickoff its fall entertainment series this weekend with Mikko Cowdery and the QuadraFeelyAxs. Both events are free, family friendly and open to the...
Anne Frank. That name has stirred the hearts and minds of post World War II people all over the world. This German Jewish teenager's story of hiding from the Nazis for two years has inspired books, movies, plays, museums, statues and music. The Barn Theatre in Willmar has taken on the task of telling her story. "The Diary of Anne Frank," by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett and newly adapted by Wendy Kesselman, is being staged under the artistic direction of Jerry Morrison and assistant director Matthew Schiller to plunge their audience into Anne's world..
WILLMAR — Coffee and art lovers unite, it's that time again. For the 19th year, the Willmar Area Arts Council's Celebrate Art! Celebrate Coffee! Festival will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in downtown Willmar. The event, which attracts some 30 regional artists and their works, features a day of activities that includes a juried art show and sale, hands-on art activities for children and adults, face painting, a caricaturist, wood carvings and balloon sculptures.