WILLMAR — Kyle Wallentine, a financial adviser for Ameriprise Financial in Willmar, has become a Retirement Income Certified Professional, a professional designation from the American College of Financial Services. The requirements included coursework and examinations covering retirement income planning, retirement risks, Social Security, annuity products, long-term care and health insurance. Wallentine can be reached at 320-235-5600. His office is located at 776 Business 71 N., #4, in Willmar.
BIRD ISLAND — Glesener's Inc. of Bird Island has been purchased by MBW Company of New Ulm. MBW took over operations Dec. 1. Glesener's was established in 1992 and provided assisted living, hourly and adult day services in Bird Island for those living with brain injury. MBW Company is 100 percent employee-owned, which is what Mark Glesener, owner of Glesener's, wanted for his organization when he retired. MBW since 1978 has provided services to people with physical, cognitive, intellectual and mental health needs.
WILLMAR — Starting in January, Dr. Daniel Peterson will be joining the ACMC Health team as an ophthalmologist. He will be seeing patients at the ACMC-Willmar Skylark Center clinic. An undergraduate of St. Olaf College in Northfield, Peterson earned his medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School. He completed an internship with Marshfield Clinic/St. Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield, Wisconsin, and finished his residency in ophthalmology with the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.
This is the records summary for Dec. 13. Traffic stop leads to arrest WILLMAR — On Monday morning, a Willmar police officer stopped a vehicle driven by a 20-year-old man near the intersection of First Street and 37th Avenue North in Willmar. The man was arrested just before 10 a.m. for driving after revocation and no proof of insurance. Employee theft
This is the records summary for Dec. 12 Accident MELROSE — Three members of a Glenwood families were injured when the vehicle they were in was struck by a semi on an icy stretch of Interstate 94 in Stearns County. According to the State Patrol, Justin Hill, 31, of Fairfield, Indiana, was going east in the right lane of I-94 and then merged his 2016 Peterbilt semi into the left lane to avoid hitting a passenger car that had braked in front of him.
The City of Willmar Public Works Department has declared a snow emergency in the central business district beginning at 10 p.m. Sunday. The area affected will be from First to...
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This is the records summary for Dec. 9 House fire near Paynesville PAYNESVILLE — A seasonal home in rural Paynesville was destroyed by fire Thursday morning. According to the Stearns County Sheriff's Department, the fire was reported at 9:30 a.m. in the 29000 block of Crest Ridge Road. When deputies arrived the residence was fully engulfed in flames.
This is the records summary for Dec. 9. Theft WILLMAR — A woman on the 1900 block of Country Club Drive in Willmar reported the theft of money from a Girl Scout troop. The theft was reported to the Willmar Police Department around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. Television theft
BLOOMINGTON — Several area cattlemen were elected to leadership roles in the Minnesota State Cattlemen's Association during the 2016 Minnesota Cattle Industry Convention last weekend in Bloomington. Jim Wulf, of Starbuck, was elected as the Cow/Calf Council Chairman and Grant Binford, of Luverne, was elected as the Feeder Council Chairman. The executive committee for 2017-2018 includes Krist Wollum, of Porter — president; Mike Landuyt, of Walnut Grove — president-elect; and Grant Breitkreutz, of Redwood Falls — vice president.