WILLMAR — Enterprise Minnesota will discuss the state of Minnesota manufacturing in Willmar from 9 to 10:30 a.m. May 20 at Ridgewater College, in the Student Services Building, Room A240. The consulting organization conducted phone surveys with over 400 Minnesota manufacturing executives, along with focus groups, to research the perceptions and opinions about current economic conditions and what else is impacting manufacturing. To register for the event visit www.enterpriseminnesota.org .
The following is a list of convictions in Kandiyohi County. The date listed is the date of the offense. Felony Matthew Harold Holmgren, 22, New London, theft, April 15, 2015 Gross misdemeanor Toyron Yasin Muhammad, 44, Willmar, domestic assault, Sept. 12 Jose Cilberio Trevino, 30, Willmar, driving after cancellation — inimical to public safety, Nov. 7 Misdemeanor Brandon William Barrett, 21, Willmar, exceed vehicle weight limit on restricted route, March 2
This is the records summary for May 17. Villard man injured in I-94 crash SAUK CENTRE — A Villard man was injured Monday morning after he braked his vehicle to avoid multiple deer on Interstate Highway 94 and was rear-ended by a Volvo truck pulling a semi trailer. The State Patrol says Belester V. Sobreyra, 55, was taken to CentraCare Health in Sauk Centre with injuries thought to be non-life-threatening.
WILLMAR -- Three Rice Memorial Hospital nurses -- Susie Johnson, JoDee Faiman-Altmann and Jennifer Lee -- were honored last week for making a difference in the lives of their patients. The My Nurse Made the Difference awards, given each year, recognize Rice Hospital nurses who exemplify caring, professionalism and excellence. Winners are selected from among nominations made by patients and families.
This is the records summary for May16. Injuries reported in one-vehicle crashes Injuries were reported in a rash of one-vehicle crashes that occurred over the weekend in west central Minnesota. A man from Winthrop is hospitalized in the Twin Cities following a one-vehicle crash at 9:30 p.m. Friday on Renville County Road 4, eight miles southwest of Hector.
Sunrise often marks the transitory time of predatory gamefish in Minnesota. When walleyes, which are primarily nocturnal move away from the light and into deeper water. At the same time, the Northern Pike, a diurnal species, becomes active. Knowing this, Mark Lindstrand changes baits and begins casting a silver spoon, an effective Pike bait. Mark Lindstrand, of Willmar fishes, fished his 16th consecutive fishing opener at Ringo Lake Saturday.
The Minnesota State Patrol investigated a pair of crashes reported this weekend in Swift and Yellow Medicine Counties. One person was injured in a rear-end collision shortly before 5 p.m...
OLIVIA -- A man from Winthrop is hospitalized in the Twin Cities following a one-vehicle crash at 9:30 p.m. Friday on Renville County Road 4, eight miles southwest of Hector...
WILLMAR — The Kandiyohi County Commissioners will hear an update on the Willmar railroad bypass project Tuesday, along with discussion of the proposed bridge at the south end of the bypass corridor. The commissioners meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the board room at the Kandiyohi County Health and Human Services Building, 2200 23rd St. N.E., Willmar.
This is the records summary for May 14. Teens arrested in high-speed chase WILLMAR — After an 108 mph high-speed chase along Kandiyohi County Road 23 that ended when the pursued vehicle became stuck in an alfalfa field, Willmar police arrested a 17-year-old male driver and his 18-year-old male passenger early Friday morning. Just after 3:30 a.m., an officer first attempted to stop the vehicle, a 2012 Ford pickup truck, for a moving violation near Fifth Street Southeast and Willmar Avenue Southeast.