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BELVIEW — The American Legion post in Belview was burglarized early Monday morning, according to a news release from the Redwood County Sheriff's Office.

According to the release, the building's back door was forced open and about $600 was taken.

Law enforcement had released a photo of a vehicle with the initial news release, but it was later found to not be involved.


GRANITE FALLS — The Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office picked up a 29-year-old woman Thursday from the Granite Falls Police Department for a Kandiyohi County warrant.

As of Thursday afternoon, the woman was listed as in custody in the Kandiyohi County Jail awaiting a felony drug charge.

WILLMAR — A 32-year-old man on Thursday morning turned himself into the Law Enforcement Center in Willmar for a warrant.

As of Thursday afternoon, the man was not listed as in custody in the Kandiyohi County Jail and the incident report does not give any detail on the warrant.


ATWATER — A rollover crash was reported Thursday morning on the 14000 block of 60th Avenue Southeast.

No injuries were reported, according to the incident report.

House a total loss after Wednesday afternoon fire in Willmar

A house and its contents are a total loss following a Wednesday afternoon fire in Willmar. Fire crews from three different departments were on scene from about 4:25 p.m. until about 7:30 p.m.

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Court orders $100,000 bail for Montevideo man charged for threatening and fighting Chippewa County deputies

Eric Mulligan, 33, of Montevideo is accused of threatening and fighting law enforcement during a Nov. 8 domestic incident in Chippewa County.

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Accused Fargo shooter charged with 3 counts of murder, including unborn child

Anthony Reese Jr. of Moorhead, Minnesota, was arraigned Thursday morning, Nov. 18, in Cass County District Court on three charges of murder, including one that says he killed a pregnant woman.

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Two men convicted of killing Malcolm X to be exonerated

Malcolm X was shot dead at New York City's Audubon Ballroom while preparing to deliver a speech. Three members of the Nation of Islam were convicted in the shooting. In 1966, the three defendants were found guilty and sentenced to life in prison.

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