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Kandiyohi County was awarded a $4.9 million state Border-to-Border broadband grant to help fund a Federated Telephone Cooperative broadband expansion project in five townships.
The Minnesota State Patrol reported a crash involving a school bus and pickup truck Thursday morning. According to the report, the school bus slowed down to make a left turn when the two collided.
Now disbarred, former Willmar attorney Gregory Anderson pleaded guilty to fraud in hiding business assets of the former Mayor of Kerkhoven in bankruptcy proceedings.
Area funerals scheduled through Dec. 16, 2022

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The Kandiyohi County Board approved the appointment of Kent Bauman as the new chief deputy of the Sheriff’s Office. Bauman will start in his new role Jan. 3 under Sheriff-elect Eric Tollefson,
Makayla Marie Oothoudt Willprecht, 21, was sentenced to four years of prison after pleading guilty to a second-degree manslaughter in an overdose death. She was initially charged with murder.
Meeker County Sheriff's Office will not be testing its outdoor warning system during the winter months in order to avoid unnecessary damage to the system.
Camping fees will remain the same in 2023 at Kandiyohi County parks. The county did make minor changes to its park policy for the next year, including language about the supervision of children at
Area funerals scheduled through Dec. 13, 2022

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The Tribune publishes Records as part of its obligation to inform readers about the business of public institutions and to serve as a keeper of the local historical record. All items are written by
Although Willmar City Councilors were excited about proposals for a new and improved community center, they were not impressed with site proposals for a new city hall presented at a recent council
The Renville County Sheriff's Office, along with the Minnesota State Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and Minnesota State Fire Marshal, are investigating the circumstances of a man's death after

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