05/15/2013 - 3:00 AM
Police have found the missing Glencoe man they were searching for after finding his unoccupied car on Monday afternoon.
At about 8 :15 pm on Tuesday a citizen in Morrison County observed a person matching the description of Kopf on Highway 25 near Pierz. Morrison County deputies responded to the area and were able to locate Kopf. Kopf was taken into custody without incident and is currently being held in the Morrison County Jail.
According to the police report, at about 3:30 p.m. on Monday the Benton County Sheriff’s Office were called to the 8500 block of 55th Avenue Northeast in Mayhew Lake Township for a suspicious vehicle complaint. The vehicle was found in a swampy field not far from the road. A registration check revealed that the car belonged to 26-year-old Nicholas Kopf of Glencoe.
According to police, due to recent events in Kopf’s life, Kopf had reportedly been experiencing emotional issues which had caused him to develop anti-law enforcement and anti-government beliefs. Kopf had also reportedly made statements that he was in possession of several weapons and that he would resist any attempt by government and law enforcement to make contact with him. A search of the area around the car was conducted and Kopf was not located. It is believed that Kopf left the area on foot and may have been intending to travel to the Brainerd area or other points north of Benton County.
05/15/2013 - 1:30 AM
Drivers travelling on Highway 15 near County Road 120 in Sartell will encounter lower speed limits, lane shifts and improved access as the Highway 15 intersection partially opens on Wednesday, May 15th.
Drivers can expect both lanes of southbound Highway 15 shifted to temporary bypass lanes and the posted speed limit will be reduced to 45 mph. The ramp from southbound Highway 15 to westbound County Road 120 and the ramp from eastbound County Road 120 to southbound Highway 15 will be open.
The ramps between northbound Highway 15 and County Road 120 will remain closed and are expected to open next week.
All of the traffic changes are a part of the Highway 15 Diverging Diamond Interchange project.
05/14/2013 - 1:45 AM
On Thursday, May 16th the Employment Action Center in St. Cloud will hold an open house.
The Center is a part of the nonprofit organization RESOURCE, which is dedicated to helping people achieve their education and employment potential. KVSC News Director Amelia Rowland spoke with RESOURCE President Kelly Matters about the open house.
CLICK HERE for the audio story.
05/14/2013 - 1:00 AM
Beginning on Wednesday, May 15th, 8th Street North/Veterans Drive will be closed to traffic from 12th to 5th Avenue North. The closure is needed so crews can reconstruct public utilities and streets.
The closure is expected to last until mid-June. Detours will be posed.
05/14/2013 - 12:50 PM
The Stearns History Museum will honor three Stearns County families in June by designating their farms as Century Farms.
The Museum’s Century Farm program recognizes the long history of Stearns County Farmers as stewards of the land and the tradition of passing down a way of life to family members. The three new Century Farms in Albany, Getty and Saint Joseph townships will mark the 35th anniversary of the program.
At each farm site, the Museum installs a brown, rustic stained wooden marker with white lettering attached to a treated wooden pole.
To view the application CLICK HERE.
If your family's farm is eligible, contact John Decker at email@example.com or call him at 320-253-2484. There is no direct cost to an applicant for this program.
05/14/2013 - 12:30 PM
A St. Cloud State University class has built a new grandfather clock for the Atwood Memorial Center.
The facility, often referred to as “the living room of campus”, has a new black walnut grandfather clock that was built by Mark Voigt’s ETS 330 Materials and Processes class.
Students from Voigt’s class say that they spent countless hours outside of class, including three twelve hour Saturdays, to build the clock.
05/14/2013 - 10:50 AM
On Monday afternoon, the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office were called to a crash on County Road 19 just west of Belgrade.
According to police, a fertilizer truck driven by 19-year-old Thomas Janson of Sauk Centre left the road and hit a field approach. The vehicle came to a stop in a nearby field. Janson was taken by ambulance to the Sauk Centre Hospital and there were no other vehicles involved the crash.
The accident remains under investigation by the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office.
05/13/2013 - 9:50 AM
A teenager was injured on Saturday night after crashing his ATV because of poor visibility conditions.
On Saturday night, the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office were notified of an ATV crash that had taken place on 300th Street in Saint Martin Township. According to the police report, 16-year-old Mitchell Robert Funk of Melrose was following 15-year-old Benjamin Alvin Blongien of Freeport on his ATV when Blongien stopped his ATV and Funk crashed into him. Funk’s ATV rolled multiple times and Funk was thrown from the machine.
Funk was brought to the Melrose Hospital by family and was treated for minor injuries. No helmets were worn during the crash.
05/13/2013 - 9:15 AM
ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) - The name of a Cold Spring-Richmond police officer killed last fall will be added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.
Thirty-one-year-old Tom Decker was gunned down Nov. 29 while responding to a call in Cold Spring. The investigation into his shooting is ongoing.
Decker's widow, Alicia; his parents, John and Rosella Decker; his siblings and other members of his family are attending National Police Week events in Washington, D.C. this week.
According to Cold Spring-Richmond Officer Eric Boucher, local officers going include five full-time Cold Spring-Richmond officers, one St. Paul officer, one retired north St. Paul officer and a former Cold Spring-Richmond officer.
The St. Cloud Times reports Decker's family and the officers will attend a candlelight vigil Monday at the memorial.
05/13/2013 - 11:45 AM
The 12th annual Studebaker Day at the Park is this Saturday at Minnesota Pioneer Park in Annandale. The day at the park features a classic car show from 1 to 3 p.m.
Classic cars from the 1960’s and earlier will be on display.
The show will feature the Pan Car manufactured in St. Cloud by Pan Motor Company in the late 1900’s. According to the Minnesota Historical Society, the controversial car was only manufactured for about two years, because the company’s owner went to prison.
The Studebaker Drivers Club has been around since 1968 and has more than 175 members.
There will be root beer floats and hot dogs for sale at the event.
05/13/2013 - 11:45 AM
On Saturday night, the St. Martin Fire Department and Stearns County Sheriff’s Office were called to a house fire on County Road 41 in Farming Township in Stearns County.
Prior to arriving, the St. Martin Fire Department reported seeing smoke and flames in the area of the reported fire. Upon arriving, the garage area of the residence was found to be fully engulfed.
The Chain of Lakes Fire Department and the Albany Fire Department assisted in extinguishing the fire that had traveled through the attic of the garage and into the living area. Several animals were removed from the residence unharmed. No one was home at the time of the fire and no injuries were reported.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
05/13/2013 - 10:25 AM
Beginning on Tuesday, May 14th the westbound traffic lane on 3rd Street North between 33rd and 35th Avenue North will be reduced to one lane of traffic.
The closure is needed as utility work is done in the area. The closure is expected to last about two days.
05/13/2013 - 10:15 AM
The St. Cloud Fire Department is asking citizens that they refrain from recreational burning over the next few days due to the high temperatures and extreme wind conditions forecast for the area specifically for Tuesday, May 14th.
North Dakota is currently experiencing high winds and elevated temperatures that are causing extreme fire conditions and those conditions are expected to move into the St. Cloud area on Tuesday. The fire department is asking citizens to refrain from recreational burning between tonight [Monday] and Wednesday morning.
The main areas of concern are of those properties next to swamps, fields and woodland areas where a fire could easily get out of control.
This is not a recreational fire burning ban.
05/13/2013 - 10:00 AM
On Friday night the Waite Park Police Department were called to the area of 2nd Avenue and 2nd Street South in Waite Park for a gun complaint.
According to the police report, the victim said that as a result of a verbal argument with two male suspects, one of the suspects pointed a sawed-off shotgun at the victim. There were no shots fired and the two black men fled the scene on foot.
According to police, A K9 unit tracked the suspects to an apartment building at 311 Park Meadows Drive and a perimeter was set up around the building. A man was seen leaving the building and was detained by police. He told police that the suspects might be located in one of the apartments and officers were able to find the suspects inside that apartment.
The suspects were identified as 19-year-old Antonio Deondre Robinson and 25-year-old Malikah Jeramiyah Jackson both of Waite Park. Both men are being held on Assault 2 charges. The weapon used in the assault was recovered and no injuries were reported.
22-year-old Gregory Wimberly Junior was also seen leaving the 311 building and was detained by officers. Wimberly was armed with a handgun and was taken into custody on charges of felony possession of a firearm. Wimberly was not involved with the original assault incident.
The St. Cloud Police Department, the Sauk Rapids Police Department, the St. Joseph Police Department and the Stearns County Sheriff's Office all assisted in this investigation.
05/10/2013 - 9:25 AM
ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) - State officials say a St. Cloud auto parts company has paid $50,000 to a former employee who claimed her firing amounted to marriage discrimination.
The Minnesota Department of Human Rights says Auto Value Parts terminated JoDee Goblirsch when her husband went to work for a competitor.
Parent company, Automotive Parts, says Goblirsch's continued employment was a conflict-of-interest because she had access to privileged information. She was a bookkeeper at the company's store in Willmar when her husband decided to take a job with Napa Auto Parts.
Goblirsch filed a complaint with the state, which found the company discriminated against her on the basis of her marital status. Automotive Parts spokesman Aaron Fisk tells the Star Tribune the company "does not promote discrimination or harassment."
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