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Sep
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One in custody after weekend shooting


Edwin Vail

One in custody after weekend shooting

Holdingford man charged with First Degree Assault

By Liz Vos

Staff Writer

A shooting rocked Holdingford this weekend as Stearns County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to respond to the address of 200 3rd Street in Holdingford early Saturday morning.

According to a report released by the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office, the caller stated that another male at the address had been shot. Upon arrival, deputies found an adult male victim suffering from a gunshot wound to the abdomen.

Deputies secured the scene and the victim was treated on the scene by the Holdingford Rescue Squad and Gold Cross medics. North Memorial Air flew the victim from scene to North Memorial Hospital for further treatment of his wounds.

Fri
05
Sep
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Albany man charged in baby’s death

Tue
19
Aug
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Level 3 Predatory Offender no longer moving to Stearns County


Cyrus Eby Kulp

UPDATE: According to the Stearns County Sheriff's Office on Aug. 20, Kulp is no longer moving to Stearns County. He will be moving to a location in Hennepin County. The community meeting in Padua has been cancelled. 

Level 3 predatory offender moving to rural Sauk Centre

Community meeting scheduled for Aug. 25 in Padua

The Stearns County Sheriff’s Office has released information pursuant to Minnesota Statute 244.052 to the community regarding Cyrus Eby Kulp, a Level 3 Predatory Offender. Kulp, age 73, will be moving to Raymond Township, south of Sauk Centre. His address is in the vicinity of 465th Avenue and County Road 192 in rural Sauk Centre.

Kulp will be moving to the area on Aug. 26. According to the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office, Kulp has a history of engaging in sexual contact with females ages 4-7. The victims knew him.

Thu
05
Jun
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Sheriff's Office asking for good judgement with high water levels

Stearns County area lakes are currently experiencing unusually high water levels. In particular, the Chain of Lakes and Sauk River area around Cold Spring and Richmond as we well as Two Rivers Lake in the St. Anna area are especially high. The Stearns County Sheriff's Office is in the process of placing "No Wake" signs in these areas. On these lakes and rivers and in all Stearns County waters, the Sheriff's Office is asking boaters to exercise restraint, good judgement and common sense. boat operators should reduce their speed to create no wake or waves from their boat. Water patrol officers will be out on area lakes reminding boaters to follow these recommendations. The Stearns County Sheriff's Office thanks all boaters for their cooperation in this matter. 

 

Thu
14
Nov
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Notch, Gamradt advance in county commissioner race

Steve Notch of rural Freeport and Dave Gamradt of rural Sauk Centre were the top two vote getters in Tuesday's primary election for the 5th District County Commissioner seat vacated by Don Otte who passed away in August.
The unofficial vote counts were Notch, 879; Gamradt , 843; Brad Kirckof, 771, Jeff Bertram, 737; and Alan Loch, 527.
Notch and Gamradt will advance  to the Jan 28 special election.

Mon
30
Sep
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Greenwald man dies in farm accident

A Greenwald man was killed early Wednesday morning in a farm accident in Zion Township.
According to the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office, John Schoenberg, 69, was walking near a silage pit when he was run over by a front-end loader. The loader was being driven by Victor Guevara Rojas, 39, of Albany.
Paynesville Ambulance and St. Martin Fire and Rescue responded to eh scene. Schoenberg was transported to Paynesville Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
According to the sheriff’s office, the area near the pit where Schoenberg was walking was not normally used by pedestrians. The report said Rojas was unable to see the victim.
The accident remains under investigation.

Tue
10
Sep
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Living for Isaiah

 

Living for Isaiah

A year after his passing, Melrose family copes with losing their beloved son and brother

 

BY BRYAN ZOLLMAN

Fri
12
Jul
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Death brings change in Dickhoff case

 

by RANDY OLSON

STAFF WRITER

 

 

 

Wed
03
Jul
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Everybody loves LaDonna

 

LaDonna Wessel took an 

unlikely path into education, but left a lasting imprint on the hearts of students

She was the heart and soul of the school

Wed
19
Jun
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Abandoned souls?

 

Questions linger about history of Brookdale Cemetery

John Olson was 10 years old when he stood on the grounds of Brookdale Cemetery and watched his father dig a grave for an infant.

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