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.
WILLMAR — Sarah Pattison, physician assistant, will be joining the internal medicine department at the Carris Health Clinic in Willmar and will begin seeing patients this month. She will also assist in urgent care. Pattison earned her bachelor's degree at the University of Minnesota Duluth and her master's in physician assistant studies at Augsburg College in Minneapolis. She previously worked at High Point Family Practice in North Carolina. Originally from Pennock, Pattison has relocated to west central Minnesota.
WILLMAR — The Best Western Plus hotel in Willmar has been recognized by the company for meeting exceptional quality standards. The Willmar location has received the Director's Award, which is given to the hotels that have quality assurance scores in the top 20 percent of the 2,100 North American properties. To quality for the award the properties need to meet both design standards and high customer service score standards.
WILLMAR — Mike Henke will teach employers and business owners how to manage change in the workplace and address resistors to that change in a workshop being held in Willmar. The Successfully Managing Change workshop, presented by the Willmar Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce, is from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Sept. 18 at the Oaks at Eagle Creek. Those interested in attending should RSVP to the chamber by Sept. 14. The cost is $40 for members, $50 for non-members.
This is the records summary for Sept. 12 Litchfield man charged with stealing underclothes LITCHFIELD — A Litchfield man is charged with breaking into a neighbor's house and stealing a bra and underwear from her laundry basket. About two hours later, he allegedly entered the home again and returned the clothes to the laundry room. Wayne Scott Christie, 65, is charged with one count of burglary in the second degree and a misdemeanor charge of theft. Christie made his first appearance Tuesday in Meeker County District Court.
This is the records summary for Sept. 11. Suspects arrested in Meeker County burglary LITCHFIELD — Two suspects have been arrested in connection with a weekend burglary in rural Dassel. A burglary in progress was reported to the Meeker County Sheriff's Office at 1:15 p.m. Sunday in the 24000 block of Meeker County Highway 24 near Dassel. The Sheriff's Office said a witness reportedly confronted two suspects at the residence and was able to get a license plate number on their vehicle when they left.
SUNBURG - Kandiyohi County Public Works will host an informational open house on the County Road 40 project from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Sunburg Community Center. Information will be provided on the five-mile reconstruction next year of County Road 40 from County Road 7 to County Road 1. This is an opportunity to review the proposed design, ask questions and provide input to help the county finalize the reconstruction plans.
LITCHFIELD - Two suspects have been arrested in connection with a weekend burglary in rural Dassel. A burglary in progress was reported to the Meeker County Sheriff's Office at 1:15 p.m. Sunday in the 24000 block of Meeker County Highway 24 near Dassel. The Sheriff's Office said a witness reportedly confronted two suspects at the residence and was able to get a license plate number on their vehicle when they left.