IRVING TOWNSHIP—An early-morning, one-vehicle rollover crash Friday in eastern Kandiyohi County injured the vehicle's only occupant. The Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office says Cayla Korsmo, 33, of Sauk Rapids, sustained minor injuries in the crash. She was transported by a passerby to Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar. Korsmo had been driving a 2004 Chevy Trailblazer southbound on Kandiyohi County Road 2 around 6:30 a.m. Near the intersection with 165th Avenue Northeast, the Trailblazer left the road, rolling several times.
This is the records summary for Oct. 8. Meeker County man airlifted after ATV accident
Kandiyohi County is an amazing place to live, work and play. Not only is it breathtakingly beautiful with its many lakes, streams, serene countryside and quaint towns, but it is...
From their earliest days as members of the Church, Catholics are taught about the importance of reconciling their sins. That importance is formally recognized through the sacrament of reconciliation. Confession, and the frequency with which it should take place, varies depending on where a person is. People, parishes and even some areas of the world do it differently. While the expression and forgiveness of one's sins may vary, confession remains a cornerstone of the Christian faith.
This is the records summary for Oct. 6. Search warrant WILLMAR—The Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office, Willmar Police Department, CEE-VI Drug Task Force and Willmar Ambulance Service executed a search warrant just after 10 a.m. Tuesday. The search was at a residence on the 600 block of Fourth Street Southeast in Willmar. Stolen campaign signs
NEW LONDON — Seven candidates vying for three spots on the New London-Spicer School Board will participate in a public forum at 5 p.m. Monday in the NLS High School choir room. The candidates include Lucinda Dahlberg, incumbent Naomi Johnson, incumbent David Kilpatrick, Susan Lange, Deidre Lynch, Larry Nelson and incumbent Renee Nolting. The candidates will introduce themselves and respond to four pre-submitted questions regarding their positions on educational issues. The general election is Nov. 8.
This is the records summary for Oct. 5. One-vehicle crash into home WILLMAR — No one was injured when a van crashed into a deck outside of a home Monday evening on the 300 block of First Street South, Willmar Police Chief Jim Felt said Tuesday. Hassan H. Abdullahi, 34, had been driving a 2010 Chrysler Town and Country when his vehicle left the roadway just before 6 p.m. Monday, according to a news release from Felt.
WILLMAR—The Willmar Area Community Foundation on Thursday evening will be celebrating those who are helping build a better community through their generous acts during the Award in Philanthropy Celebration. The foundation will be giving out the 2016 Award in Philanthropy, Community Builder Award and the Marv Otto Award. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Willmar Conference Center and includes a social hour, appetizers, dinner and program. Philanthropy
WILLMAR—There will be leadership changes coming to Jennie-O Turkey Store with a senior retirement next year. Barry Lynch, senior vice president of the retail division, will be retiring in January. To fill his position, Charles Meath will be promoted from vice president of the deli division to senior vice president of the retail division as of Oct. 31. Also at that time, Jennifer Johnson will replace Meath as vice president of deli. Johnson is currently the director of sales and marketing for deli at Hormel Foods, parent company of Jennie-O.
WILLMAR—Tonya Larson-Beauvais has been promoted to deduction and miscellaneous reimbursement request coordinator for Jennie-O Turkey Store's Willmar corporate office. Beauvais has worked for Jennie-O for five years in sales accounting as a deduction specialist. In her new position she will be working with promotional checks specialist, export, commodity, donations and invoicing claim specialists. She will oversee operations along with finding ways to enhance processes.