WILLMAR—Ann Anderson, of Century 21 Kandi Realty in Willmar, has been elected as the 2016-2017 president of the West Central Association of Realtors. She began her term Sept. 1. A member of the association since 2005, Anderson as served as an director for five years. The West Central Association of Realtors has 390 Realtor members and 43 affiliate members.
This is the records summary for Oct. 4. Teens injured in crash PAYNESVILLE—Two Paynesville teens were injured after they crashed a vehicle into a ravine early Sunday. The Stearns County Sheriff's Office says Eric Jason Hansen, 17, and Jacob Jeffrey Lundquist, 18, were transported to Paynesville Hospital after the 12:45 a.m. one-vehicle crash.
Traffic Complaint WILLMAR - A driver was cited for failure to drive in a single lane and not having current proof of insurance at 12 p.m. Saturday after law enforcement pulled the driver over along Becker Avenue Southeast after witnessing erratic driving. The drive apparently swerved into oncoming traffic and continued to drive the wrong way for a significant distance. Crash
Marriage licenses Kandiyohi County Trevor Lee Tschida, Kandiyohi; Alexis Victoria Anderson, Spicer Benjamin Will Maas, Waconia; Melissa Ann Parkhurst, St. Louis Park Shera Lee Odland, Willmar; Eric Michael Sasse, Willmar
This is the records summary for Oct. 1. Medical call PENNOCK—A passerby called law enforcement about a male party being found face down on the ground at 8:48 a.m. Friday morning near County Road 1 and 210th Avenue Northwest. Along with the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office, the Sunburg Ambulance, Willmar Ambulance and Sunburg FIre Department assisted with the call. Suspicious activity
WILLMAR—Affiliated Community Medical Centers has announced the arrival of Dr. Douglas Soderberg, obstetrician and gynecologist. Soderberg will see gynecology, surgical and obstetrics patients. He will be available to see patients at the Willmar clinic every two weeks. An undergraduate of St. Olaf College in Northfield, Soderberg earned his medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School. He interned at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and completed his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Minnesota hospitals.
This is the records summary for Sept. 30. Atwater teen injured in rollover crash
ST. PAUL—The first confirmation of a weed known as Palmer amaranth in Minnesota has been confirmed on a farm in Yellow Medicine County. In response, crop scientists at the University of Minnesota and officials at the Minnesota Department of Agriculture urge farmers to check fields for Palmer amaranth. It is an aggressive weed that can put corn and soybean crops at risk. A plant detected in a native seed planting plot on a Yellow Medicine County farm and was confirmed last week to be Palmer amaranth.
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ATWATER -- A 17-year-old boy from Atwater was injured Wednesday in an apparent rollover crash, authorities say. Brendan E. Hedtke was treated for minor injuries by the Atwater Ambulance Service...