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Fri
05
Aug

U.S. Bank Stadium: a true spectacle

by John Miller

Mon
01
Aug

Westby attends first meeting as superintendent

School board accepts bookkeeping changes

by JENNIFER COYNE
STAFF WRITER

Wed
27
Jul

Peschel hired as assistant basketball coach at CSB

Thu
07
Jul

Thrift Centre new to Main Street

by Laura Hintzen
STAFF WRITER

Fri
01
Jul

Todd County implements CodeRED emergency alert system

by JENNIFER COYNE
STAFF WRITER

Thu
30
Jun

Farm incident near Melrose

On June 29, 2016 at approximately 11:21 AM the Stearns County Communication Center received a 911 phone call reporting that a male had been found trapped under a tractor at 30431 390th St. in Millwood twp. (northeast of Melrose). The caller reported that the male was unresponsive. Stearns County Deputies arrived and determined that the male was deceased. The male was identified as Donald Hinnenkamp age 65 from Melrose. Hinnenkamp was found partially entangled in a hay merger.
It appeared that Hinnekamp may have had a medical episode and was able to put the tractor in neutral.
The incident is still under investigation and an autopsy will be performed by the Ramsey County Medical Examiners Office.
Assistant at the scene were Freeport Fire and Rescue, Melrose Fire and Rescue, Melrose Ambulance, Lifelink Air Ambulance all responded and assisted with the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office.

Fri
24
Jun

Sauk Centre PD reports busiest month in 10 years

by DIANE LEUKAM
STAFF WRITER

Mon
20
Jun

Helicopter work over Interstate 94 begins June 22

Helicopter work over Interstate 94 begins June 22
Helicopter work over Interstate 94 begins June 22

Helicopter work over Interstate 94 between Monticello and Fargo begins June 22

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Motorists traveling Interstate 94 between Monticello and Fargo may see helicopters briefly hovering near the roadway beginning Wednesday, June 22, while crews work on CapX2020 powerlines over the interstate.

The powerline maintenance project is led by Great River Energy and will be complete by June 30.

Motorists traveling I-94 between Monticello and Fargo should keep their eyes on the road, watch ahead for slow traffic and be prepared to stop if necessary.

The work will be rescheduled if high winds or other weather conditions are not suitable to safely complete the work.

For more information, contact Paul Orndorff at Great River Energy, 763-241-2207.

For real time travel information anywhere in Minnesota, visit www.511mn.org.

Fri
17
Jun

A lesson in reporting

Robinson-Paul recalls time as Herald intern during summer of ‘96
by JENNIFER COYNE
STAFF WRITER

Fri
10
Jun

Accidental marathon

by LAURA HINTZEN
STAFF WRITER

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