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Sheriff's report - 180117 - MessAge Media: Crime Courts

One fire call was reported on Hwy. 18 in the McGrath area Jan. 6. Wednesday, Jan. 3 A suspicion complaint was issued on 110th Ave. in the Finlayson area ... a child matter was reported on Hwy. 65 in the McGrath area ... theft was reported on Sprandel Rd. in the Finlayson area ... a disturbance was r

MESSAGEMEDIA.CO - 2018-01-19 13:00:00

Volunteering that touches the soul

Some may say volunteering is just another "job," or another thing to do, all work and no play. But members of the Great River Strings Orchestra can prove otherwise. These musicians use their passion for playing stringed instruments to share their love of music with others, to create currents of ener

MESSAGEMEDIA.CO - 2018-01-19 13:00:00

Ice check yields excitement for fishing contest on Gull Lake

Leaders of the Brainerd Jaycees, officers of the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office and members of the media hopped into a convoy of trucks Thursday and rolled onto Gull Lake's Hole-in-the-Day Bay to measure the ice's depth. The result? Roughly 18 inches of clear ice, with little to no air pockets or

BRAINERD DISPATCH - 2018-01-19 09:01:01

Boys Basketball: Class 3A's seventh-ranked Willmar defeats Brainerd

Chris Karels added 12 and Taylor Shelito 10 as Brainerd lost its seventh straight game. "We played a very good team and competed hard," said Warriors head coach Scott Stanfield. "We missed several easy baskets and shot 6-for-16 from the free throw line which really hampered our effort. Our defensive

BRAINERD DISPATCH - 2018-01-19 08:31:01

Sheriff approves ice for Extravaganza

The Brainerd Jaycees were joined by the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Department on Hole in the Day Bay on Gull Lake, where Sheriff Todd Dahl approved of the ice for the 28th Annual Brainerd Jaycees Ice Fishing Extravaganza. The Jaycees cut holes in the ice in the northwest corner and the center of the

PINE AND LAKES NEWS - 2018-01-18 23:45:01

Brainerd City Council: City contends with multiuse trail problem

Brainerd's multiuse trails and their maintenance-which has been an ongoing issue for the city-emerged again as a point of discussion at Tuesday's city council meeting. City Engineer Paul Sandy's recommendation was to place the multiuse trails in the care of the city's maintenance crews as long as it

BRAINERD DISPATCH - 2018-01-18 13:01:01

Brainerd City Council: Amends school off-street parking ordinance

The Brainerd City Council approved a motion to amend its school off-street parking ordinance. The ordinance in question required institutions of education-such as elementary schools, high schools and colleges-to build a minimum amount of parking spaces based on the student enrollment and faculty nee

BRAINERD DISPATCH - 2018-01-18 10:01:01

A Blend of Exotic and Familiar: Ragamala Dance Company presents 'Sacred Earth'

Combining ancient dance form with familiar ideas about the earth and the stewardship of it, the world renowned Ragamala Dance Company will present "Sacred Earth" at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 9 in the Chalberg Theatre at Central Lakes College in Brainerd. The performance is part of the Central Lakes Community P

BRAINERD DISPATCH - 2018-01-18 18:01:01

Roswell man in trouble for saving gun from burning home

ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) - A Roswell man is facing charges for recovering a gun from a burning home - the reason he's a felon. Firefighters responded to a house fire off Garden Street on Wednesday where they found a woman suffering from smoke inhalation. They also found a man inside. They ushered him ou

KRQE NEWS 13 - 2018-01-18 23:52:05

House fire leads to possible charge; Presumed felon returns to extinguished house fire, retrieves shotgun

Facing west near the intersection of East Albuquerque Street and South Garden Avenue, the sun begins to set. Hours before, firefighters responded to a house fire near the area, in which a man at the home returned inside to retrieve a shotgun. The man was later detained by the Roswell Police Departme

RDRNEWS.COM - 2018-01-17 23:27:12

Police 'sock' it to shoplifters

The following reports are from the Roswell Police Department and are available at rpdp2c.org. All people arrested or cited are presumed innocent. Police were dispatched a larceny shoplifting at the Kmart at 1705 S. Main St. at 9:34 p.m. Multiple DVDs, containers of body spray, and two pairs of socks

RDRNEWS.COM - 2018-01-17 23:23:40

Artesia reports the end of an epoch

Members of United States Border Patrol Academy Class 1083 make the walk during recent graduation exercises at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Artesia. They were the last class to graduate from the 66-day academy. Future classes will be going through 117 days of training. (Submitted Ph

RDRNEWS.COM - 2018-01-18 23:09:43

New Mexico city reports huge decline in crime for 2017

ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) - A New Mexico city is seeing a huge decline in crime across the board. From domestic violence calls, to DWIs and murder, the city of Roswell has had a more peaceful year. Police believe there are plenty of reasons, but a big one is that people are keeping a better eye out for e

KRQE NEWS 13 - 2018-01-18 00:17:23

Secret Circus to perform in Carlsbad

Secret Circus and a special surprise guest perform at 7 p.m. at Milton's brewing, 108 E. Mermod St. For more information, visit Secret Circus' Facebook or event page. Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park are holding their pre-school story time on both days starting at 9:30 a.m. The story on Jan.

RDRNEWS.COM - 2018-01-18 20:53:26

Drug abuse, property crime are concerns in rural districts

Last spring, a thief stole state Rep. Greg Nibert's potted plants and wrought iron from his backyard last spring. To him, it's troubling. "The thought of somebody invading your space, invading your property to take your property is a little unsettling," said Nibert, R-Roswell. Property crime and dr

KOB.COM

Roswell Convention and Civic Center Reservations

The city of Roswell is now accepting event reservations for its new Convention and Civic Center. The $7.3 million renovation is creating bigger rooms allowing for larger events and more options for how the space is used. Work is expected to continue through the summer. The city is taking event reser

KRQE NEWS 13

Crash that killed child near Durango under investigation

Orange police markings are all that remain along U.S. 550 as investigators work to piece together how exactly a school bus packed with children and handful cars came into direct contact with one another. Colorado State Patrol reports a bus from Florida Mesa Elementary School had stopped along the ro

KOB.COM - 2018-01-19 03:07:00

Child killed in Durango school bus crash

The newspaper reports the four-vehicle crash occurred around 3 p.m. Wednesday near Juniper Road and Highway 550. The child was not on board the bus but two other people sustained serious injuries, Capt. Adrian Driscoll told the Herald. The 16 students on the bus were taken to a nearby elementary sch

KOB.COM - 2018-01-18 03:06:00

Hefty fines for Durango residents caught with bear-strewn trash

Councilors approved the extension Tuesday night that will impose higher fines on residents caught with bear disheveled trash. It also eliminates any type of warnings and requires residents a $100 fine for the first violation and $200 for any after that. Violaters will also be required to purchase a

KOB.COM - 2018-01-17 20:08:00

Woman faces 141 charges for alleged medication fraud

FARMINGTON - A Flora Vista woman faces 141 charges on allegations of fraudulently obtaining prescription medication at pharmacies across San Juan County. Christina Talamante, 34, is accused of 67 felony charges, 56 misdemeanor charges and 18 pretty misdemeanor charges, according to court records. Sh

FARMINGTON DAILY TIMES - 2018-01-18 22:50:02