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One-day court trial set for Monte Police Chief
MONTEVIDEO — A one-day trial before a judge is scheduled to hear the accusations in a restraining order against Montevideo Police Chief Adam Christopher. District Judge Charles Glasrud ordered the court trial on February 26 in the Stevens County Courthouse in Morris. The order was filed Thursday fol
Several changes at the top in Montevideo
(Montevideo MN-) Come January 1st you may need name tags to keep track of all the new faces at Montevideo City Hall. The city is losing or has already lost it's current mayor, 2 city council members, it's city manager and assistant city manager. Current Council Member Sandy Hodge and Current Mayor D
DANCE: Litchfield showcases jazz, kick routines at BOLD Invite
BOLD Invitational (Dec. 15) Kick standings - 1. Lac Qui Parle Valley 3, 2. Montevideo 7, 3. Yellow Medicine East 8, 4. St. Charle 13, 5. PACT Charter 14, 6. BOLD 18, 7. New Ulm Cathedral 24.5 8. Sleepy Eye 25.5, 9. Litchfield 29, 10. Renville County West 29, 11. Lakeview 34, 12. St. James 36.5, 13.
Enjoy 150 MPH Winds Indoors At This Minnesota Center
Thrill seekers will be all over this. Minnesota is getting its first Indoor Skydiving Center where thrill seekers can simulate what 150 mph winds are like, free falling down, just like they jumped out of an airplane. Without actually doing the later.
Morrison: De-listing gray wolves may save Minnesota's moose
Depending on who you talk to, Minnesota's most iconic mammal is either the moose or the gray wolf. Getting folks of either persuasion together for a discussion on the topic can sometimes get downright heated.
Montevideo City Manager Steve Jones resigns/retires effective Friday
(Montevideo MN-) Montevideo City Manager Steve Jones has resigned or retired, effective today (Friday). According to The Montevideo American News, Jones took the city council by surprise Monday when he included an item on the agenda simply stating 'I hereby resign my employment with The City of Mont
Suspect pleads guilty in string of Montevideo burglaries
MONTEVIDEO - The suspect in a series of burglaries this past summer in Montevideo has pleaded guilty to a raft of criminal charges ranging from burglary and theft to drug possession and receiving stolen property.
Minnesota State Patrol recruiting more women
The Minnesota State Patrol hopes more women will choose to wear the uniform. The agency held its annual Women in Law Enforcement Information Session in Golden Valley Saturday. Lt. Col. Rochelle Schrofer wasn't always with the Minnesota State Patrol. After working in the information technology field,
Minnesota vs. Miami Live updates Score, results, highlights, for Sunday's NFL game
After two games on the road, Minnesota is heading back home. They will square off against Miami at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday. Miami will be strutting in after a victory while Minnesota will be stumbling in from a defeat.
Montevideo Veterans Home receives $2.8M contribution
MONTEVIDEO – Steve Williams did not receive a big welcome home after he served in Vietnam, but his legacy will be providing other veterans with a home where they know their service is appreciated.
Vietnam vet leaves nearly 3 million dollars to Montevideo vets' home
(Montevideo MN-) At a news conference at the Montevideo American Legion this morning, The Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs announced a $2.8 million donation from the estate of late Vietnam Veteran, Steven Williams, for construction of the Montevideo Veterans Home. The MDVA says this is the l
Representative Miller says Monte vet's nursing home in good position for approval in DC
(Montevideo MN-) At a news conference at the Montevideo American Legion yesterday the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs announced a $2.8 million donation from the estate of a deceased Vietnam Veteran for construction of the Montevideo Veterans Home. State Representative Tim Miller has worked
Montevideo, city manager part ways
MONTEVIDEO — The city of Montevideo and City Manager Steve Jones are parting ways. City Council members at their meeting Monday approved two agreements with Jones. The first, described by City Attorney Jan Nelson as a retirement through resignation, is a retirement agreement and release of all claim
Swim: Just takes two firsts in Tiger home opener
200 MEDLEY – NA 200 FREE – (2) Solomon Johnson 2:23.48 (4) Hunter VanEps 2:26.34. 50 FREE – (1) Christopher Just 25.15 (4) Mason Dougherty 26.81 (6) Joseph Goulet 28.15. 100 FREE – (1) Just 56.99 (4) Dougherty 1:04.77 (6) VanEps 1:05.95.
Steinbach leaving Montevideo, to become Yellow Medicine County Administrator
(Montevideo MN-) Assistant Montevideo City Administrator Angie Steinbach is moving one county to the south and will become the Yellow Medicine County Administrator. Longtime administrator Peg Heglund is retiring at the end of January, and Steinbach was offered the post on November 21st. She has been
Crash near Raymond injures Belview woman
(Raymond MN-) A Belview woman was hurt when her vehicle was rearended southwest of Raymond yesterday. The state patrol says just past 12 noon an SUV driven by 74-year-old Carrol Breitkreutz of Belview was driving southwesterly on Highway 23 and slowed to make a turn onto Chippewa County Road 1 when
Belivew woman hurt in crash on Highway 23 north of Clara City
CLARA CITY – A Belview woman was transported to Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar after her vehicle was rear-ended as she attempted to make a left turn on Trunk Highway 23 north of Clara City at 12:01 p.m. on Thursday.
Rollover crash kills teen in northern Minnesota
Authorities in Polk County, northern Minnesota, are investigating a crash that killed a young man on Friday morning. The single-vehicle accident happened in the town of Gully around 7 a.m., when a 2008 Chevy Silverado truck apparently left the road "and rolled several times," a news release from the
'I'm in!' Garth Brooks responds to Gov. Dayton's call for a second Minnesota show
Minnesota loves Garth Brooks. He famously sold out 11 shows at Target Center in 2014, and he delighted fans by announcing he'll return to the Twin Cities with a May 4 show at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Workers protest outside Minnesota Amazon warehouse
Yesterday afternoon, Somali-American workers marched outside of Amazon’s Shakopee, Minnesota fulfillment center, chanting “hear our voice.” Estimates of the exact number of marches vary from source to source, but The Minneapolis Star Tribune puts it at around 100.