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Monson's sister charged for alleged threat to witness

WILLMAR - Kandiyohi County has filed a felony charge of tampering with a witness in the first degree against the sister of Chad Monson. He is in custody on firearms and explosives charges. Amy Lynn Monson, 42, of Burnsville, appeared Friday in District Court after having been taken into custody on a

WEST CENTRAL TRIBUNE - 2018-03-17 03:05:47

A Hutch coach's fight to keep limb

The outcome of many, if not all, sports seasons is judged by wins and losses. For Hutchinson's boys basketball coach Mike McGraw, beating a treacherous health battle off the court was the biggest win of them all this season - but it didn't come without its losses. On Sunday, February 18, McGraw was

CROWRIVERMEDIA.COM - 2018-03-17 09:00:00

Arrest helps family on path to closure

WILLMAR - State Rep. Dave Baker of Willmar applauded the work of local law enforcement in bringing charges against a suspect in the Nov. 4 overdose death of John Schlegel, 24, of Blomkest. Richard Michael Carl Houske, 29, was arraigned Thursday on third-degree murder for allegedly selling the fentan


Another questionable decision by the school district

Marshall school officials were tasked with balancing the preservation of the learning environment and students' desire to add their voice to the national dialogue on the one-month anniversary of the Parkland school shooting. As a result, administrators and teachers decided to "work closely with stu

MARSHALL INDEPENDENT - 2018-03-17 07:00:00

Building a roadmap for development

Tom Cherveny / Tribune John Ridge and his wife, Alice, both retired college professors, wrote the book on the history of the Yellowstone Trail and now work with communities along its original route in promoting its history. 1 / 5 Tom Cherveny / Tribune Retired college professor Alice Ridge said it's

WEST CENTRAL TRIBUNE - 2018-03-16 10:06:00

Sea of green: Irish celebrate

The past St. Patrick's Day Irish queens ride a horse-drawn carriage. NEW ULM - The Irish of New Ulm were out in droves Saturday to celebrate their heritage during St. Patrick's Day. The day started with the annual Irish Tea and Luncheon at the John Lind House. It was followed Saturday evening on Min

JOURNAL - 2018-03-18 07:00:00

'Antiques Roadshow' appraiser to host events

REGIONAL - Mark Moran, an Iola, Wis. appraiser with appearances on PBS' hit show "Antiques Roadshow," will assess antiques at several area libraries from March 24-29. Moran's first stop is at Meinders Community Library in Pipestone at 10 a.m. March 24. He will visit Windom Community Center at 5 p.m.

WORTHINGTON DAILY GLOBE - 2018-03-17 18:03:00

Overdose death leads to murder charge against Willmar man

WILLMAR - A Willmar man faces a third-degree murder charge for allegedly selling the fentanyl that led to the overdose death of John Schlegel of Blomkest at age 24 on Nov. 4. Richard Michael Carl Houske, 29, was arraigned on the charge Thursday in Kandiyohi County District Court in Willmar. The char


NU couple faces meth storage in presence of child charges

NEW ULM - A 40-year-old New Ulm man and a 36-year-old New Ulm woman face felony charges of storing meth paraphernalia in the presence of a child after the Brown-Lyon-Redwood-Renville County Drug Task Force (BLRR-DTF) used a tactical ram to enter a downtown residence last weekend. Matthew S. Wetzel,


KEYC - Man Arrested In Assault Involving Handgun

A New Ulm man was arrested in connection with a reported assault involving a handgun. Mankato Police were called to an apartment on the 100 block of East Cherry Street around midnight Wednesday. Police say when officers arrived, 20 year old Christian Alexander Mayhew Ykema was being detained by resi


City of Marshall holding town hall meetings

Here are the dates, times and location for three town hall meetings. Councilmen David Sturrock and Steven Meister will be attending Tuesday's town hall. Here are the dates, times and location for three town hall meetings. Councilmen David Sturrock and Steven Meister will be attending Tuesday's town

MARSHALL INDEPENDENT - 2018-03-17 07:00:00

Overdose death leads to murder charge against central Minn. man

Richard Michael Carl Houske, 29, was arraigned on the charge Thursday, March 15, in Kandiyohi County District Court in Willmar. The charge carries a potential sentence of 25 years in prison. District Judge David Mennis ordered bail set at $750,000 for release without conditions, or $200,000 for rele


New activities at Middle School

Staff photo by Connor Cummiskey Students in teacher Terrin Boozikee's ballet club demonstrate what they have learned to the school board Thursday evening during its study session in the middle school. NEW ULM - New Ulm Public Schools' Board of Education learned what the middle school has done in the


Shot fired during suspected drug deal

MANKATO - No one was injured when a shot was fired during a confrontation over a suspected drug deal inside a Mankato apartment early Wednesday morning. Christian Alexander Mayhew-Ykema, 20, of New Ulm, allegedly brandished a gun during a dispute with another man reported just after midnight in an a


Man sentenced to 16 years in New Ulm sexual assault

NEW ULM - A Hastings man accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl in New Ulm last fall has been sentenced to 16 years in prison. David Michael Dillard, 39, was charged with several felony counts of criminal sexual conduct after a teen reported he assaulted her in September. Dillard spent th