Today is the 141st day of 2018 and the 63rd day of spring. TODAY'S HISTORY: In 1856, Lawrence, Kansas, was sacked by pro-slavery activists. In 1881, the American Red Cross was established. In 1901, Connecticut became the first state to enact a speed-limit law, limiting motor vehicle speeds to 12 mph in the city and 15 mph on country roads. In 1979, former San Francisco city supervisor Dan White was convicted of manslaughter in the deaths of Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk.
This is the records summary for May 21 Child struck by vehicle in Willmar WILLMAR — A three-year-old child was injured after being struck by a vehicle Saturday afternoon. The incident was reported at 4:21 p.m. at Lakeland Drive Southeast and Trott Avenue Southeast. According to Willmar Police, the unidentified child was taken by ambulance to Rice Memorial Hospital. The driver of the vehicle was cited for not having a Minnesota driver's license. No other information was available.
This is the records summary for May 19. Man sentenced in car wash incident MONTEVIDEO — Lee Michael Rolfes, 38, of Iona, was sentenced to 47 days in jail after being convicted of a felony charge of criminal damage to property and two misdemeanor charges of fleeing on foot and disorderly conduct. Rolfes was given credit for 47 days already served and placed on supervised probation for five years.
MONTEVIDEO — Douglas Kluver, an attorney with Kluver Law Office and Mediation Center PLLC, has announced that he will seek election to the office of Chippewa County attorney. According to the news release announcing his candidacy, Kluver has been a practicing attorney in Montevideo since 2003 and, in 2012, opened his own general practice firm that has grown to include a second office located in Dawson.
REDWOOD FALLS — Two listening sessions will be held this month to provide the public with more information and an opportunity to ask questions about a proposed affiliation of Redwood Area Hospital with Carris Health, a newly formed subsidiary of CentraCare Health. The sessions will be held at 6 p.m. May 22 and May 31 at the Redwood Area Community Center with representatives from the city of Redwood Falls, Redwood Area Hospital, Carris Health and CentraCare. The sessions will be moderated by Briana Mumme, Redwood County economic development coordinator.
Timothy Paul Meyering, Willmar; Caitlyn Lindsay Stiles, Willmar Jennifer Lynn Sell, Willmar; Timmothy Patrick Alan Masse, Willmar Jennifer Carol Herrington, Hector; Isaac Joel Buboltz, Hector Brody Loren Lindquist, Kerkhoven; Amanda Lee Bauman, Raymond Brian Keith Kohls, Willmar; Crystal Daisy Flores, Willmar Cessia Nohemy Soto Lopez, Willmar; Luis Alonso Almendares Colindres, Willmar Cassondra Jo Ziemer, Pennock; Joshua Ray Oestreich, Raymond Mary Gail Covert, Willmar; Ryan Jaye Brouwer, Raymond
WILLMAR --- Christina Nelson, a self-employed web programmer and editor, has announced her candidacy for Willmar City Council in Ward 2. She will be running for a seat currently held by Ron Christianson. "I am running to deepen communication and transparency between the City Council and all people of Willmar," Nelson said in a news release. "I believe our city is stronger when all voices have the opportunity to be heard and respected."
This is the records summary for May 18. Man injured in Litchfield collision LITCHFIELD — A 23-year-old Dassel man was injured when the 1998 Oldsmobile 88 he was driving struck a Mack semitractor at 7:38 p.m. Wednesday in Litchfield. Travis Cody Greesey was driving north on Highway 22 near Pleasure Drive when his Oldsmobile crossed the centerline. It struck the semi that was proceeding south and driven by Jeremiah Evan Andreoff, 40, of Cosmos, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
The following is a list of convictions in Kandiyohi County District Court for felony, gross misdemeanor and/or misdemeanor charges. The date listed is the date of the offense. Felony David Ayala Jr., 22, Willmar, financial transaction card fraud, Oct. 13 David Ayala Jr., 22, Willmar, fifth-degree drug possession, Nov. 15 Luis Miguel Gallegos, 35, Willmar, first-degree drug sale, June 27 Juan Carlos Dominguez, 24, Kerkhoven, domestic assault, Sept. 26 Christopher James McClure, 33, Nevis, third-degree assault, Feb. 4, 2017
This is the records summary for May 17. Crash results in minor injuries OLIVIA — Two teens suffered minor injuries in a one-vehicle crash Tuesday evening in Crooks Township north of Renville. The Renville County Sheriff's Office said the 2000 Volkswagen Beetle was southbound on 240th Avenue near the intersection of 850th Street when the driver apparently lost control, skidded sideways and rolled over into a field.