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Marshall business takes to social media after ATV thefts
“Hopefully someone recognizes them, or saw something,”said Chris Zent at Action Sports. Social media provided a fast way to share the video, he said.“The more people see it, the better off you are.”
Crime and Accidents for July 20
MARSHALL — A 2014 Honda and a 2002 Dodge were involved in a crash reported at 11:59 a.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Minnesota Highway 23 and U.S. Highway 59, Marshall Police said. The Honda was towed, and the driver of the Dodge was cited for failure to yield, Police said.
MATEC assistant principal charged with theft
Michelle Noriega, 52, made her first appearance in court on charges of theft and theft by swindle. A criminal complaint alleges between April 11 and May 13, Noriega purchased items at Walmart in Marshall for less than the items’ actual price. Noriega allegedly removed bar code stickers from merchand
Four hurt in work zone crash near Granite Falls
Four people were hurt in a crash in the construction zone on Highway 212 between Granite Falls and Montevideo yesterday morning. The state patrol says it happened at 10:39 a.m. at milepost 43.5, west of Granite Falls. A truck had stopped, waiting for one-lane traffic in the construction zone, when i
Dunn Resigns at SMSU Head Softball Coach
MARSHALL, Minn. – Southwest Minnesota State University head softball coach Jamie Dunn announced her resignation today after five seasons in charge of the Mustang program.“This was a very difficult decision for me and it came down to me wanting to be with my family and pursue other coaching opportuni
Law enforcement track down two in corn field after they fled...
Arrested was a 42-year old Willmar man. Also involved was a 28-year old woman from Granite Falls. The names of the two individuals have not been released and the incident is still an active investigation.According to the task force press release, a task force agent attempted to stop a motor vehicle
Seaforth Hometown Days is July 20-22
Seaforth will be hosting C4th Hometown Days July 20-22.The celebration kicks off July 20 with a four-person, best ball golf tournament at Renville starting at 9:30 a.m. For more information contact Charlie Rohlik at (507) 430-0151. This event is sponsored by the Seaforth park and recreation departme
Repairs coming for storm-damaged roads in Lyon County, highway engineer says
Commissioners approved a $230,000 bid by Traffic Marking Service, Inc., of Maple Lake. But they also asked VanMoer how county roads were doing after the July 3 storms.
Woman seriously injured in Yellow Medicine County crash
The incident was reported at 3:38 p.m. on US Highway 212 and 17th Street in Granite Falls.According to the State Patrol, a 2002 Buick Century driven by Arlene Mae Moen, was going east on Highway 212 and turned left at 17th street in front of a 2005 Peterbilt semi driven by David Eric Vanderwal, 50,
Ponding becoming an issue on school grounds
At Monday’s District No. 2904 School Board meting, TAHS Supt. Chad Anderson shared his concerns about standing water to the east of the school building. Anderson said water has always pooled in the area between the tennis courts and the football field/track complex. Typically, any standing water goe
Semi truck crashes into tree on CR 33
Numerous local emergency personnel were summoned to the scene because of spilled fluids.The Marshall Police Department, Lyon County Sheriff’s Department, Minnesota State Patrol and the Marshall Fire Department responded to the call, according to a news release from the Marshall Police Department.The
Slayton man accused of writing bad checks faces charges
John Nelson, 55, faces a felony issuance of dishonored check charge after allegedly issuing two checks totaling $681.99 to a Worthington business despite the checking account’s closure.According to the criminal complaint, Nelson didn’t respond to a demand for payment notification. He told law enforc
V-Esta Day is July 18
The City of Vesta is inviting the public to come and enjoy its famous barbecue chicken, with serving in the hall from 5-8 p.m. The meal, which also includes potato salad, beans, a bun, pickles and a beverage, is $10 for a half and $6 for a quarter.
Baptism by fire for new city administrator
“He asked me if I knew what was going on in town,” Ambuehl said. “I said, ‘No.’ He said, ‘Well, I’m coming to pick you up.’ He said half the town’s under water; public works is setting up pumps to start relieving the sanitary systems.”
Arrests made following convenience store theft, discovery of...
Morgan Round, 20, of Chatfield and Jeremy L. Bobo, 40, of Winona face felony first-degree drug possession of 50 grams or more of methamphetamine in Cottonwood County District Court. Bobo is also charged with misdemeanor theft after allegedly stealing items from a Windom gas station. Round also faces
Lake levels a rising concern
Saturated soil. Nearly-full watersheds. Intense, long-lasting storms. It all factors into troubling times if you live in areas like Lake Sarah, Lake Shetek, Slayton or Currie.
Renville County man sentenced for felony firearms charge
OLIVIA — Jared Lee Radermacher, 31, of Franklin, was sentenced Monday on a felony charge of firing guns and striking a vehicle multiple times while a driver was sitting inside.
Lucas Oil Late Models hit Brown County Speedway
Buy NowScott Bloomquist, of Mooresburg, Tn., competes at the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event Tuesday night at Brown County Speedway. American News photo by John Davis taken 7/17/2018
Johnny Herrera back in Brown County after 33 years
A visit to Brown County Speedway was a blast from the past for one racer.When driver Johnny Herrera took to his Sprint Car on the local oval track at Monday's special racing event, he was running the rubber over ancient memories."Probably the very first Outlaw race they ever had here," Herrera said.
Ziemer appointed to MPS School Board
Ziemer, the longtime voice of Marshall Radio, was chosen to fill the school board vacancy by appointment after former board member Dion Caron was hired as the district’s new business director, a position that serves alongside the school board and would thus, conflict with board duties.