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Traffic stop leads to 5 meth-related charges | Pipestone County Star
According to the criminal complaints filed Aug. 6, an officer with the Pipestone County Sheriff’s Office observed a vehicle pass by his location and noticed that neither the driver, Dixie Mae Emery, 36, of Pipestone, and her passenger, Thomas Michael Porter, 23, of Pipestone, were wearing their seat
City signals intention to flex a rule for Calumet Inn | Pipestone County Star
Tammy Grubbs, who was once the general manager of the Calumet Inn, told the council that she owns the business, ReVamped, LLC, that now owns the businesses operating within the Calumet building.
State chokes on Canadian wildfire smoke | Pipestone County Star
“This is the first time this has ever happened because of the extent of the wildfire smoke,” said Daniel Dix, air quality meteorologist with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA), by phone on Monday.
Social host ordinance en route to public hearing | Pipestone County Star
A public hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 4 at 10 a.m. in the Pipestone County Commissioners Room at the Courthouse to take comments on a proposed ordinance that would prohibit people from allowing underage drinking or drug use on their property, or at any gathering they are hosting whether o
Derailment spills 220 tons of grain | Pipestone County Star
Terry Wright, manager of the Cargill facility south of Pipestone, said the company will conduct an internal investigation into what caused the cars to tip, but the results will not be made public. Wright said he could not speculate as to the cause.
Back in Swing: Pipestone Area girls' tennis team looks to parlay experience into banner campaign | Pipestone County Star
Finishing with a stellar season mark of 11-4 in 2017, and beating St. James for the first time under the tutelage of longtime skipper Ed Gustafson, the Pipestone Area girls’ tennis team is hopeful their continued success might just have them competing at the Read-Sweatt Tennis Center in Minneapolis,
Iowa woman says surgeon wrongly removed her kidney during botched surgery
Knapp eventually had a second surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, to remove the gland and mass.
Sheriff’s Log August 2 – August 8
Thursday, August 23:59 a.m. Received request for an ambulance in Slayton City. Murray County Ambulance was paged.7:42 am. Received report of an animal complaint in Skandia Township. Deputy responded.8:32 a.m. Received report of harassment in Lake Wilson City. Deputies responded.9:35 p.m. Received re
Pipestone City Council: In Brief | Pipestone County Star
The Pipestone City Council is accepting sealed bids for a parcel of land it owns at 719 N. Hiawatha Ave. A minimum bid of $6,000 is required to be considered. Bids are due no later than 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 4. The bids will be opened that evening during the council’s regularly scheduled meeting.
Troupe staging play at Pageant Grounds | Pipestone County Star
For the first time since 2008 when the Hiawatha Pageant actors took their final bows, the Pageant Grounds, now a city park, will serve as the location for a play.
Library builds Spanish title collection | Pipestone County Star
Meinders Community Library is currently working to grow its Spanish collection with over 60 titles now available.“We’re just really trying to provide equal opportunity, if you will,” said Jody Wacker, Meinders Community Library director. “Just provide access for everyone.”According to Wacker, the li
Sioux Falls Business Fails Alcohol Compliance Check
Police checked 31 businesses in total with only the one failing and selling alcohol to a person under 21. A clerk at Love’s Travel Center, located at 5301 North Cliff Avenue, was issued a citation.
Telkamp rolls to top spot in Murray County’s sheriff race
Telkamp received an unofficial 1,594 votes — or 57.96 percent — in handily topping rival candidates Paul Kenney, Jeremy Steinle and Randy Donahue.Kenney will advance with Telkamp to November’s general election, but he’ll need to make up significant ground with country voters. Fulda’s police chief ea
Looking Back: 1993 -- Thousands attend national ag show in W...
Taylor Sieve of Maple Grove, a granddaughter of John and Ruth Sieve, Worthington, advanced to the top 10 on Season 14 of "So You Think You Can Dance." Sieve had auditioned for the Fox television series in March.
South Dakota kids can legally stay home at any age, and for farmers, it's better that way
South Dakota leads the U.S. in the highest statewide average number of unsupervised children, leaving thousands of children without a place to go after school, and straining parents and childcare providers to fit their needs because of a lack of funding.
Minnesota Man Arrested In Brookings Had Nearly $50,000 Of Meth
BROOKINGS, S.D. - A Minnesota man is in a South Dakota jail cell Tuesday -- accused of bringing almost $50,000 worth of meth across state lines.
West Central Student Helps Fellow Runners
SIOUX FALLS, SD - Just days after a post showed up on Facebook asking people to donate running shoes to the Flandreau Indian School, help is on the way. KELOLAND News introduces you to a high school student from another community with a gift for his fellow runners.
Letter: Minnesotans should be aware of Medicare changes
This fall, many Minnesotans on Medicare will be affected by changes in their Medicare. This is due to the sunsetting or ending of many Medicare Cost Plans throughout the country and in many of Minnesota’s counties. This is especially a big issue in our state, as Cost Plans have been a favorite type
Make-A-Wish gives Jordan Ramazani, 8, a dream shopping trip
Jordan -- who has diabetes, neurofibromatosis and juvenile polyposis syndrome -- was joined by his family at the park when Make-A-Wish representatives, called wish givers, arrived with the surprise. Along with the shopping spree, Jordan received gift cards from GameStop and Build-A-Bear.
Police: 18-Year-Old Arrested on Accessory Charges in Fatal Shooting Investigation
Darsaw is being charged with second-degree murder, first-degree manslaughter, aggravated assault and grand theft. The warrant carries a $1,000,000 cash bond.