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REDWOOD FALLS -- A Redwood Falls man faces felony theft charges for allegedly stealing electricity from the utilities serving his home and business, and his father-in-law is accused of aiding and abetting the thefts. The Redwood County Attorney's office filed amended charges of felony theft on June 6 against Timothy Dean Wertish, 41, of Redwood Falls. It filed amended charges of aiding and abetting theft and conspiracy to commit theft against Terry Dean Johnson, 65, of rural Spicer and also of Springfield.
MADISON — The two people who died Saturday when a boat capsized on Lac qui Parle Lake are a Montevideo mother and child. … Archive Material - Subscription required to...
WILLMAR -- The city of Willmar will be recognized as a Minnesota GreenStep City and will receive an award for advancing to become a Step 2 City by completing 12 best practices. The award will be presented at the upcoming League of Minnesota Cities 2013 Annual Conference June 20. This award shows community members and other cities across Minnesota that Willmar is taking steps in the direction of energy and resource conservation and innovation, according to a news release from Minnesota GreenStep Cities.
WILLMAR -- The Minnesota Department of Transportation has invited the public to ask questions and provide comments about the future U.S. Highway 12 reconstruction project in Willmar. The public listening session will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the Willmar MnDOT building, 2505 Transportation Road, near the Willmar Civic Center.
WILLMAR -- Law enforcement officers in Kandiyohi and Swift counties issued tickets to 118 unbelted drivers from May 20 to June 2 as part of a Click It or Ticket seat belt education and enforcement campaign, according to a news release from the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office.
WILLMAR — Dorothy Olson Aquatic Center will be open daily beginning today from noon to 7 p.m. at 1601 22nd St. S.W. in Willmar. The cost is $3 per person...
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WILLMAR -- As summer activities get ready to start, the risk of tick-borne diseases is at its peak. While Kandiyohi County is only a moderate-risk area, most people will visit a high-risk area at some point this summer, whether it be for camping or other outdoor activities.
For the past 24 summers, the Willmar Area Shrine Club has organized a motorcycle ride for charity, and this summer will be no different. The Shriners will host its 25th annual motorcycle toy run starting at 1 p.m. Sunday. Registration will take that morning from 11 a.m.-12:45 p.m. The ride will begin at Robbins Island Park on North Highway 71 in Willmar. Cost to enter the motorcycle toy run is one unwrapped toy. All toy donations go to the Shriners Hospital for Children in the Twin Cities.