Assault WILLMAR—Police responded to the 500 block of Sixth St. S.W. at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday on a report of a physical assault. A woman told police that a woman's ex-boyfriend had beat up a current boyfriend. One man involved said he had been hit and head-butted, and was bleeding, but did not want to press charges or seek medical attention. The other man had left the scene on foot before police arrived. Threats at Woodland Centers
VICTORIA -- Part of State Highway 7 is expected to be closed until at least 6 p.m. Wednesday after a semi-tanker lost a 368,000-pound tank on a stretch of the...
Suspicious vehicle leads to citations WILLMAR—Two people were cited for fleeing on foot after a traffic stop near 490 19th Ave. S.E. in Willmar. It happened around 2 p.m. Monday, after police received a report from a woman who believed three people in a red vehicle next to her, two men and one woman, were using drugs. Fraudulent computer
WILLMAR — Loffler Companies, which provides business technology and services in Minnesota and western Wisconsin, has purchased Copier Business Solutions of Mankato and Willmar. The staff at Copier Business Solutions, including Bill Dale, will join Loffler Companies as well. The merger will increase the both companies' market knowledge, client base and service range.
CLARA CITY — Kay's Naturals of Clara City, which creates healthy snack foods for those with diabetes, trying to lose weight, or those just looking for healthier options, has been named the 2016 Ag Innovator of the Year by the Agricultural Utilization Research Institute. This is the Institute's highest honor and has been awarded annually for more than 10 years. The Institute chooses a client company that it feels has made the most impact in product innovation, uniqueness and commercialization potential.
This is the records summary for Nov. 15. Litchfield man dies in crash RANDALL — A Litchfield man was killed Saturday in a one-car crash in Morrison County. According to the State Patrol, Richard K. Larson, 64, was driving a 2005 Chevy Silverado east on U.S. Highway 10 on Saturday afternoon near Randall when the vehicle entered the ditch, struck a road sign, continued up an embankment, went through a barbed-wire fence, collided with several small trees and came to rest in the backyard of a Randall residence.
CANBY – Jamison G , Hunt, 17 , of Canby was injured Monday night in a one-vehicle accident in Yellow Medicine County. According to the State Patrol, at around 11...
APPLETON — Four new staff members have joined Pioneer Public Television. Cindy Dorn has accepted a position as producer. Originally from Odessa, Dorn is a Minnesota State University Moorhead graduate, with a degree in journalism/mass communications and American studies. She has most recently worked as development director for Conservation Corps of Minnesota and Iowa.
This is the records summary for Nov. 14. Early morning rollover BENSON — Addie Forbord, 18, of Benson, suffered non-life threatening injuries early Saturday morning when her SUV went into the east ditch on state Highway 29, south of 320th Street. The Minnesota State Patrol reported alcohol was detected in Forbord's system. According to the State Patrol, Forbord's 2009 Suburban struck an approach at around 4:39 a.m., vaulted across and landed, rolling at least twice before coming to a stop. Forbord was transported to St. Cloud Hospital.
ST. PAUL — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District; the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources; and the Upper Minnesota River Watershed District will celebrate the start of construction to build the Marsh Lake Ecosystem Restoration Project with a groundbreaking ceremony at 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 21.