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One Dies In Accident Near Lesterville

A 1983 Ford Mustang was westbound on 430thAvenue when the driver lost control. The vehicle went into ditch, hit a field approach, went airborne and caught fire after landing.

YANKTON DAILY PRESS - 2018-08-19 18:37:00

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.


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


Sheriff sued for jailing people who aren't criminal suspects

The ACLU-MN filed aclass action lawsuiton behalf of four defendants and countless others who are being detained at the request of U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) even though no warrant or probable cause of a crime had been established. The four defendants are Rodrigo Esparza, Maria


Immigrants are filling a workforce void in Worthington_ Minn.

WORTHINGTON,Minn.— If the mark of a successful town is more people coming than leaving,Worthingtonmight be one of the most successful in theMidwest.

RADIO EGYPT - 2018-08-19 00:00:00

Sunday marks three years since Pigman-Kruse death

WORTHINGTON — Sunday marks the third anniversary of the homicide of a Brewster woman in her own home.Charges have never been filed in the Jan Pigman-Kruse murder case. Pigman-Kruse was 40 when she died as the result of a gunshot wound to the chest.

WORTHINGTON DAILY GLOBE - 2018-08-18 14:02:00

Taking stock of road damage

The full extent of the damage that the July flood event had on Lyon County roads and bridges is something that’s taken a long time to assess. In many cases, it’s still not certain what the full costs of repairs will be, said county highway engineer Aaron VanMoer.


Murder in small Southwest Minnesota town unsolved 3 years la...

BREWSTER, Minn. — Sunday, Aug. 19, marks the third anniversary of the homicide of a southwest Minnesota woman in her own home.


Immigrants are filling a workforce void in Worthington, Minn.

WORTHINGTON, Minn. — If the mark of a successful town is more people coming than leaving, Worthington might be one of the most successful in the Midwest.Population and economic growth have generally been hard to come by in rural Minnesota. But Worthington since 1990 has surged from fewer than 10,000

ABERDEEN NEWS - 2018-08-19 06:00:00

4-Hers compete in Murray County Fair dairy show

“I’m thrilled,”said 17-year-old Hannah Wichmann, who’d just earned reserve champion honors with Annabelle in the junior calves/yearling class behind champion Lucas Kidman.“I really wasn’t expecting this big of a prize, but I’m very OK with it. There’s a possibility of a state fair trip, so I’m excit


Sunday Boredom Busters: August 19th

All active duty military members, veterans and their families are invited to Springdale Lutheran Church, southeast of Sioux Falls for a free meal of hot dogs, chips and cookies from 4-6 p.m. There will also be games, inflatables and music. Springdale Lutheran is located two miles east of 69th Stre

KELOLAND TV - 2018-08-18 21:57:46

County Fair enjoys ideal weather as busy afternoon, evening approach - News and Sports from Windom, MN and surrounding areas

The weather appears to be ideal for another big day at the Cottonwood County Fair.It has already been a busy day for livestock shows and fair board members are gearing up for a busy Friday night, which features the steak dinner in the 4H Food Stand and also the Ranch Working Rodeo inside the Arena.F


ACLU sues Minnesota county, sheriff for unlawful detention of...

WORTHINGTON, Minn. — The American Civil Liberties Union filed a civil suit Friday, Aug. 17, against Nobles County and Sheriff Kent Wilkening for allegedly not releasing inmates upon satisfying state release requirements, an action Wilkening was reportedly upholding at the request of federal authorit


'Reel' hopeful: Theater proposal gets general approval from ...

It’s something Worthington City Council members hear time and again, and after putting out a call for proposals in May, they’ve received two options for consideration.A $3 million difference in options between Twin Cities-based Odyssey Entertainment and West Mall Theatres Inc. President Todd Frager

WORTHINGTON DAILY GLOBE - 2018-08-18 12:01:00

Minnesotan arrested on warrant for meth

SIBLEY—The Osceola County Sheriff’s Department reported the arrest of Jhonathan Nataneal Najarro Quijano, 28, Worthington, MN, about 7:55 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 11, on a warrant for possession of controlled substance with intent to deliver, a Class B felony, near the intersection of the Highway 60 expr


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


Jarred Jans – Ready for Murray County Fair

Bondin Belfast 4-H member, Jarred Jans, is ready for Murray County Fair. He will be showing a Chi breeding heifer as well as a Maine steer.


Sibley man arrested for meth and firearm

SIBLEY—The Osceola County Sheriff’s Department reported the arrest of Joseph Allen Lame, 38, Sibley, about 2:45 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 12, on charges of possession of controlled substance — methamphetamine, possession of firearm in a controlled substance violation, possession of drug paraphernalia, drivi


Vehicles collide Tuesday afternoon in Worthington

Emergency and law enforcement personnel respond to a two-vehicle crash late Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Oxford Street and Grand Avenue. Additional information was unavailable. (Tim Middagh / The Globe)


Filings in for city, school board candidates

Marshall Ward 1 council member John DeCramer filed for re-election on Monday, Marshall City Clerk Kyle Box said. DeCramer will face candidate Donald Edblom in the November election. In Marshall Ward 2, council member David Sturrock will be running for re-election, against Russ Labat.