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Minnesota police officer arrested for assaulting, threatening wife
ADRIAN, Minn. (KSFY) -A Minnesota police officer is facing felony charges after allegedly threatening and assaulting his wife last week.Adrian Police Chief Shawn Langseth tells KSFY News 43-year-old Richard David Bruns is on administrative leave indefinitely, effective immediately.According to court
Weekend tractor, truck crash results in non-life threatening...
Pedro O. Ortiz-Zarate, 32, of Sibley, Iowa was transported to Sanford Worthington Medical Center just after 7 p.m. Saturday after his pickup collided with a tractor at the Minnesota 60 and Minnesota 59 interchange. The driver of the 1965 Case 930 tractor, Christopher A. Amundson, 58, of Bigelow sust
DNR responds to crash involving diesel spill
LITTLE ROCK—The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is responding to a crash and diesel spill today (Monday, June 18) near the intersection of Marsh Avenue and 210th Street (blacktop A34) about six miles south of Little Rock.Fewer than 100 gallons of diesel fuel leaked from a semi’s fuel tank, whic
Miles of drinking water pipe defective, lawsuit says
Up to nine miles of pipe that will be used to transport drinking water to residents in Worthington and Adrian, Minn. could be defective, prompting a lawsuit in federal court.
Man killed when tree falls on camper during storm
A Minnesota man was killed very early Sunday morning after a tree fell on his camper in Sawyer County.The victim was identified as James M. Pluff, 55, from Redwood Falls, Minn.
More than 200 take part in Balaton Veteran Run
“We have over 200 bikers. At least 40 to 50 more than last year,”Thomasson said.“My goal is to raise $20,000. We raised $12,000 last year and $3,400 the year before.”
YOUTH BASEBALL: Blazing a trail in Cooperstown
The Marshall Blaze Baseball Club will play in one of those tournaments, from August 26-31. The team is guaranteed a minimum of seven games, and players will also compete in various skills competitions.
Immigration is not the only border issue
Well, the Mexican drug cartels act as businesses. No matter how many walls the U.S. builds along the border, these cartels will find ways to ship their product. U.S. law enforcement officials say super labs in Mexico are becoming more and more efficient. And the cartels are getting more sophisticate
Worthington woman convicted in identity theft case
According to court documents, Lesvia L. Combara Santos, 35, received a statutory stay of imposition in relation to the gross misdemeanor offense.She was ordered to serve two days in jail and pay a $1,000 fine. She was placed on two years of supervised probation, which outlined her being prohibited f
Motocross track coming to southwest Minnesota
If repurposing an abandoned gravel pit stays on track, Dale Ackermann will host his first motocross race on his new dirt bike track and campground south of Lakefield in late summer or early fall.“I want to bring something to the community that (my friends and I) didn’t have (growing up),” said the 5
Woodstock man arrested on outstanding warrant during drug raid in Lake Wilson | Pipestone County Star
Robert Timmer, 49, of Woodstock, is in Pipestone County Jail after he was arrested for having an outstanding warrant during a June 6 drug raid in Lake Wilson.
Woman clocked at 106 mph arrested for OWI
ASHTON—The Osceola County Sheriff’s Department reported the arrest of Ashley Ann Castro, 26, Lakefield, MN, about 8:20 p.m. Wednesday, June 13, on a charge of second-offense operating while under the influence, an aggravated misdemeanor.
Worthington investigation, charges leads to answers in Redwood...
Buomkuoth Diew, 18, Mut B. Gach, 19, and Odol L. Othow, 17, all of Worthington — who were arrested and charged in relationto an alleged April 29 armed burglaryin Worthington — now face similar charges in Redwood County District Court. The additional charges were filed May 16 against the trio — who h
Passenger arrested for provide false ID
SIBLEY—The Osceola County Sheriff’s Department reported the arrest of Waylon James Brown, 35, Winnebago, NE, about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 12, on a charge of providing false identification, a simple misdemeanor. Brown also had a Woodbury County warrant out of Woodbury County.
Minnesota residents reflect on tornado 50 years later
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Prison sentence handed down in Division One of Grundy County court
Larry Edward Brown Junior of Lakefield, Minnesota appeared yesterday in Division One of Grundy County Circuit Court. Guilty pleas were entered on April charges of tampering with a motor vehicle and resisting, interfering with an arrest for a felony.He pled guilty to a charged filed last month for es
Windom EDA, developer look to add three spec homes - News and Sports from Windom, MN and surrounding areas
At last week's meeting, the Windom Economic Development Authority discussed plans for three spec houses. Drew Hage, executive director of the EDA, said he is working with a developer on the project.
Warrant leads to arrest for marijuana
ROCK RAPIDS—The Lyon County Sheriff’s Department reported the arrest of Kris Lee Davidson, 52, Rock Rapids, about 9:25 a.m. Wednesday, June 6, on charges of possession of a controlled substance — marijuana and drug paraphernalia in Rock Rapids.The arrest stemmed from a deputy’s attempt to serve a wa
Skateboarder arrested for meth in Hartley
HARTLEY—The Hartley Police Department reported the arrest of Cory Ray Mohni, 35, Hartley, about 5:05 p.m. Wednesday, June 6, on a charge of possession of a controlled substance — methamphetamine — third or subsequent offense and contempt of court after failing to appear for a hearing in a domestic a
Three arrested in Lake Wilson drug search
LAKE WILSON — Three people were arrested last week, after members of the Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force executed a search warrant on a Lake Wilson residence. Drug Task Force agents seized more than 20 grams of methamphetamine, as well as drug paraphernalia, from the residence, said BRDTF Commander Na