Records published Dec. 21, 2021

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WILLMAR — A vehicle crash Monday morning near Willmar Avenue and Lakeland Drive Southeast resulted in one person suffering a foot injury.


WILLMAR — A caller reported Monday morning that a truck was on fire in a driveway of a residence on the 2300 block 21st Avenue Southwest.


ATWATER — A snowmobile trailer and a yard shed were reported stolen Sunday afternoon on the 12000 block of U.S. Highway 12 Northeast.

Update: Police say 7 dead in incident at Moorhead home, including 4 adults and 3 children

The investigation is still active, and further information, including the cause of death and identification of the victims, will be released at a later time. The investigation supports that there is no known threat to the public. Earlier, a spokesperson for the police department said it did not appear any death was caused by violence.


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Minnesota vehicle tab stickers stuck in supply chain delays

In the “what next?” category of things messed up by global supply chain disruptions: Minnesota vehicle registration tab stickers.

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