This is the records summary for Nov. 6. Potential charges for Monday crash at 19th Avenue, 15th Street WILLMAR — The driver of a vehicle involved in a two-vehicle crash reported around 2:45 p.m.
Voters in the Benson and Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg school districts will go the polls today. The voters in Benson will decide whether to provide more funding for school operations, and voters in the KMS district will decide whether to pay for school improvements. KMS will have two questions on its ballot. The first question will ask voters if they want to approve issuing $9.5 million in bonds to pay for improvements at the district’s two school buildings, a high school in Kerkhoven and an elementary school in Murdock.
This is the records summary for Nov. 5. Burglary WILLMAR — An apartment burglary and the theft of electronics and cash was reported around 12:10 p.m. Monday along the 1200 block of 24th Street Northwest. Arrest WILLMAR — A 42-year-old man was arrested for driving after cancelation – inimical to public safety, having revoked plates and not having proof of insurance around 7:30 a.m. Monday near the intersection of 23rd Street and U.S.
Parts of west central Minnesota may see some snow late
This is the records summary for Nov. 4 Fire KANDIYOHI — A fire caused by a power line down in a harvested corn field was reported at Sunday afternoon along 90th Street Southeast near Kandiyohi. The Kandiyohi Fire Department responded. Crash PENNOCK — A Benson man was injured when the milk hauler he was driving flipped Friday on 120th Street Northwest northwest of Pennock. According to the initial report, the truck flipped upside down and the driver was conscious with his legs pinned.
WILLMAR — Two public hearings are on the agenda Monday night for the regular meeting of the Willmar City Council. A hearing to amend city ordinance to give police and the courts better tools for dealing with dangerous animals is scheduled for 7:02 p.m. A hearing at 7:03 p.m. will consider a proposed ordinance to enumerate the duties of the city attorney, which had not previously been stated in ordinance. Among items from the Public Works/Safety Committee will be a recommendation to the full council to purchase a $179,424 lift truck and two-person aerial bucket.
WILLMAR — The Salvation Army in Willmar will be taking applications for Thanksgiving and Christmas assistance for two weeks. They will be open from 9 a.m. to noon and 12:30 to 4 p.m. the weeks of Nov. 4-9 and Dec. 2-6. Applicants must apply in person at The Salvation Army office at 521 Fourth St. S.W. in Willmar. They will need to provide: * A picture ID with current address in Kandiyohi County for all adults 18 and older in the household along with separate verification of current address if picture ID does not have current address.
WILLMAR — Willmar’s wind turbines could be turning again in about a week. DeWind, the maker of the turbines, said two new 15-kilovolt breakers were scheduled to arrive by Friday, according to an announcement from Wes Hompe, Willmar Municipal Utilities general manager. They are to be placed in each turbine’s tower. A DeWind engineer is scheduled to arrive from Germany late Monday and is expected to begin the inspection and installation process of the breakers on Tuesday. There will be integration and commissioning issues to address with the new breakers, so installation will take several da
This is the records summary for Nov. 2. Milan, Montevideo fire crews battle grain dryer fire MILAN — The fire departments from Milan and Montevideo battled a fire in a grain dryer at the Glacial Plains elevator during the early morning hours Friday in Milan. According to Milan city clerk Veronica Blommel, the Milan Fire Department responded just after 1 a.m. and returned to their station just before 7 a.m.
LOS ANGELES, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Several people were injured in a shooting incident that sparked chaos at the Los Angeles International Airport on Friday and authorities said the suspected gunman was in custody. The airport halted outgoing flights after the shooting and passengers were evacuated, authorities said.