Anna Mae Eischens, 91, of Willmar. Service 11 a.m. Sept. 19, at Church of St. Mary, Willmar. Harvey Anderson Funeral Home, Willmar. Wallace F. Gustafson, 93, of Spicer. Service 11 a.m., Sept. 21, at Vinje Lutheran Church, Willmar. Peterson Brothers Funeral Home, Willmar. Everett "Wimpy" W. Nelson, 91 of New London. Service 11 a.m. Sept. 18, at Evangelical Covenant Church, New London. Johnson Funeral Home, New London. Bernard "Bernie" Stull, 74, of Willmar. Service 11 a.m. Sept. 18, at the Green Lake County Park beach, 12381 North Shore Drive, Spicer.
This is the records summary for Sept. 18. Swimmers rescue girl at Quarry Park WAITE PARK — A 4-year-old girl is in critical condition at the St. Cloud Hospital after being rescued from a near drowning in the waters of Quarry Park near Waite Park. The Stearns County Sheriff's Office credits a quick response by the girl's mother and others at the park with rescuing the girl around 4 p.m. Saturday.
WILLMAR — The West Central Tribune is introducing several changes this week in our print, e-paper and online editions. The Tribune is returning our listing of upcoming funeral services, which will be published daily along with obituaries and death notices on our Records page in our print, e-paper and online editions. This feature was returned due to continued reader requests after it was dropped several years ago. It may be found on Page A5 in Tuesday's editions.
This is the records summary for Sept. 17. Thefts SPICER — A pull-behind fish house and assorted equipment were reported stolen Saturday from a property on the 16000 block of Highway 23 Northeast, Spicer. PAYNESVILLE — A four-wheel ATV, Stihl chainsaw and ice fishing equipment were reported stolen Friday from a property on the 22000 block of 190th Street Northeast, Paynesville. WILLMAR — A blow torch was reported stolen Friday in a break-in at a garage on the 700 block of Second Street Southwest, Willmar.
The West Central Tribune's publication schedule changes Monday. The Tribune's Monday edition moving forward will be published only in our E-paper format and, as always, news will be updated regularly online at wctrib.com throughout the week. There will be no Tribune print edition published or delivered on Mondays. The last Monday print edition was published Sept. 10. The Tribune's print edition will continue to be published Tuesday through Saturday. The Tribune will be delivered on those days to print subscribers and be available at retail locations.
Kandiyohi County marriage licenses Elias Daya Hodges, Lexington, Kentucky; Auriona Jade Peck, Eden Valley Katherine Lynn Brown, Prinsburg; Will Cedric Kneprath, Willmar Kristen Diane Benjaminson, Spicer; Dennis John Dargay, Spicer Jennifer Ann Jopp, Atwater; Shay Tyler Carlson, Atwater Talli Blythe Stull, Willmar; Tracy Martin Swenson, Pennock Brianna Dawn Johnson, Willmar; Jeffery Thomas Perry Caperton, Thief River Falls Kathryn Tena Asmus, New London; Brandon Paul Soine, New London
The 2018 Fall Home Improvement section published by the West Central Tribune is now available online. In this issue, the Tribune looks at finding hidden drafts in your home, as well as other home organization, winterization and improvement tips. To view the 2018 Fall Home Improvement section, click here .
This is the records summary for Sept. 14. Theft SUNBURG — The theft of three-quarters of a cord of firewood was reported Wednesday evening from the 100 block of Front Street in Sunburg. SPICER — The theft of two winches and an electric chainsaw was reported Thursday morning in the 14000 block of Old Mill Road. Fraud
This is the records summary for Sept. 13. Burglary SPICER — A break-in was reported at 12:35 p.m. Tuesday at a garage at the Old Mill Inn Resort in Spicer. A chainsaw, weed whip and backpack leaf blower, all the Stihl brand, were reported missing. The caller told law enforcement the theft would have happened between 6 p.m. Monday and noon Tuesday. Theft
WILLMAR — A discussion on international trade and tariffs will be held from 7 to 9 a.m. Sept. 20 at the Willmar Conference Center. Acting Consul General of Canada Suzanne Cormie and Jeff Phillips, international trade manager for the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, will talk about the importance of trade in North America and worldwide. There will be a moderated question-and-answer session to follow, moderated by the President of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce Doug Loon.