Niki M. Langdon, 27, of Fairmont was convicted of domestic assault-subsequent violation; sentenced to jail 365 days, stayed 356 days for one year, credit for time served nine days, sign probation agreement, follow all conditions set forth in the probation agreement, no alcohol/controlled substance use, no alcohol/controlled substance possession, random testing, no new arrests, chemical dependency evaluation/treatment, follow recommendations of evaluation, no contact with victim , provide list of prescribed medications to probation officer, sign all releases of information, domestic no contact. Ryan D. Carter, 19, of Hudson, Wis.
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With a chance to catch up with Governor Mark Dayton, Albert Lea-Freeborn County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, Randy Kehr, made sure he knows what is important to the area. "As a business community, people like Prairie Wind Coffee and others that are working in our beautiful new downtown are important to the community as a whole," Kehr said.
Statewide law enforcement groups in Minnesota say they support community-based youth programs as a way to keep young people out of trouble. A 2012 report from the Minnesota Office of Justice Programs shows that 90 percent of youth involved in intervention programs do not receive tickets, citations or new delinquency charges while receiving programming.
After more than a decade of talk surrounding the Blazing Star Trail extension, shovels are about to hit the dirt to make it a reality. The plan is to add 2.4 miles to the approximately six miles that currently run from Albert Lea to the Myre-Big Island State Park.
He gained national attention for bell ringing last winter and now a local Salvation Army leader is making headlines again. Captain Jim Brickson with the Albert Lea Salvation Army is on the cover of the Salvation Army's "Northern Highlights" magazine that comes out each year.
Ole's Eastside Shell station in Albert Lea recently became the first in southeastern Minnesota to allow customers to buy Powerball and Mega Millions lottery tickets at the pump. "That way they don't have to come inside," said manager Tamie Mehus.
Rep. Shannon Savick was speaking at a seniors forum at the Good Samaritan Society last week when she slipped up and said she hadn't voted on the $90 million new state Senate office building, when in fact she had voted for a 2013 tax bill that authorized it. The DFLer from Wells, Minn., later clarified that she meant she played no role in the building's details, which were hashed out by legislative committees in 2014.
KIMT News 3 recently received a viewer tip from a caller who told us about an altercation between Freeborn County Sheriff candidate Kurt Freitag, and Albert Lea resident, Jim Bronson. Bronson tells KIMT it started with a campaign visit from Freitag, who asked Bronson for support in the upcoming election.
It's a type of theft that costs banks and people billions of dollars each year, and now an Albert Lea woman believes she's become a victim. Carrie Boyer-Olvera was on her way to a wedding this weekend when she stopped at an ATM to take out some cash.