This is the records summary for Sept. 3 Paynesville woman injured in collision CLARA CITY—A Paynesville woman was injured in a collision Friday evening at the intersection of state Highways 23 and 7 in Clara City. According to the State Patrol report, Veronica M. Kunstleben, 72, was northbound in a Ford Taurus on Highway 23. A Dodge Ram pickup driven by Phillip P. Schmidt, 33 , of Shakopee was westbound on Highway 7 and the two collided.
UPPER SIOUX COMMUNITY—Four Dakota communities in Minnesota are supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in its efforts to challenge the location of the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline, they announced Friday. The Upper Sioux Community, Lower Sioux Indian Community, Prairie Island Indian Community and Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community — all federally recognized Dakota tribes located in Minnesota — issued a joint resolution expressing support for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
LITCHFIELD -- A Litchfield man was transported to Meeker Memorial Hospital Friday afternoon after he fell asleep behind the wheel and ran his vehicle off of the road. According to...
SPICER—Keith Palmquist and Jason Quade of Heritage Exteriors & Restoration purchased The House Doctor from Jeff Ackerson on Aug. 10. The House Doctor has specialized in siding, gutters and exclusive custom gutter covers for 23 years in our local communities. Ackerson will be working with Heritage to ensure a smooth transition. Palmquist and Quade have also brought Ackerson's longtime employee Adam Scotterud on board the Heritage team, and Scotterud will continue to be in charge of gutter installation.
MONTEVIDEO — Clean Up the River Environment announces that Katie Laughlin has returned to the organization as its communications and program associate. It also promoted Erik Hatlestad to serve as program associate. Laughlin originally served as an intern with CURE. In 2010, she became the first student to graduate from the University of Minnesota - Morris' environmental studies program with an emphasis in biology.
LAKE WILSON — A field day Sept. 15 in Lake Wilson will focus on soil health. Sponsored by the Soil Health Partnership, the hands-on learning event will showcase how changing nutrient management and tillage strategies, along with cover crop adoption, can create lasting environmental and even economic benefits.
WILLMAR—Leah Daugherty and Zita Dukai-Voltz have been promoted to supervisors at LuLu Bean's Coffee House, Bakery and Diner. Daugherty previously worked in a tea shop, and Dukai-Voltz worked at a family business in Hungary.
WILLMAR—The Minnesota Multi-Housing Association is conducting three classes for property managers of multi-housing units. At the Marshall City Hall from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sept. 14, the class Fundamentals for Rental Housing Management in Minnesota will be held. The course will cover the ins and outs of property management. Best Practices in Marketing for Rural Properties and How to Close the Deal will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sept. 15 at Bremer Bank in Willmar.
WILLMAR—A team from Christianson & Associates will explain new overtime regulations and salary threshold increase from the Department of Labor during a workshop from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Sept. 15 at the Willmar Conference Center. The new regulations will go into effect on Dec. 1 and the workshop will cover what is new and how companies can be compliant. A light breakfast will be served. Those interested can register at public.willmarareachamber.com/events and also submit a question to be answered at the event.
This is the records summary for Sept. 1 Possible explosive SPICER—Around 3 p.m. Tuesday, a man using a lawnmower in a Spicer cemetery on the 500 block of Agnes Street in Spicer told the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office he had found what he believed to be an explosive of some sort in the cemetery. He said he drove over the item and it exploded, kicking up a large cloud of dust, but he didn't know what it was. Several pieces of the item were found and deputies documented the situation. Bike stolen and replaced