Jodon Cash Crosno, 23, Wadena, warrant: traffic violation. Dustin John Huotari, 18, Staples, warrant: underage liquor consumption. Holly Marie Marsh, 38, Staples, warrant: drug sale. April Lee Skidmore, 50, Ottertail, warrant: theft. Skyler Adam Smith, 25, Proctor, warrant: traffic violation.
Speeding Ryan Matthew Ahrendt, 29, Park Rapids, 65/55, fees $130. Matthew Joel Brandt, 33, Park Rapids, 65/55, fees $130. Tylor James Delcourt, 21, Wadena, 65/55, fees $130. Cody Jarrell Loud, Sr., 37, Redby, 57/45, fees $50. Justin Paul Olson, 19, Bagley, 59/45, fees $140. Christian Elizabeth Workman, 32, Clinton Township, Mich., 40/30, fees $130. Traffic Court Karl Wyman Anderson, 33, Ogema, child restraint system, fees $140.
Stern Rubber in Staples was the site of the Central Minnesota CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities) Class Orientation, Wed., April 20. The orientation was held for the 2016-17 students of the CEO class and their parents. Bob Jackson, chairperson of the CEO Advisory Board shared some of the history of the CEO class and the class requirements and expectations. Other CEO Board members in attendance were Lee Westrum, Mary Klamm, Michael Craig, Julie Nelson, Kelly Wong and Jerel Nelson. Class facilitator Cindi Koll described how CEO differs from the typical classroom.
April 19 • Wadena officers were advised of a domestic disturbance on the 700th block of 1st St. NW. Upon arrival, officers learned that an adult male, adult female and young child had been injured during a confrontation. The suspect was identified as Jeremy John Davidson, 38, of Henning. Davidson had left the scene before officers arrived on scene. Assault charges are expected by the Wadena City Attorney's Office.
April 14 • Police responded to a report of a man slumped over in his car. The man said he had eaten too much and was taking a nap. • A domestic disturbance in a room at the Eastwood Inn resulted in a woman being arrested on a Sherburne County warrant. • A semi went into a ditch on County Road 12 when a bad shock on the truck created a bouncing tire that pulled it into the ditch. April 15
With nearly 350 members and guests in attendance, Todd-Wadena Electric Cooperative celebrated its 76th annual meeting at Wadena's Memorial Auditorium Thursday, April 21. In the board of director elections, Nominating Committee Chair, Wally Wiese, announced that incumbents Mike Thorson and Marie Katterhagen were re-elected. An organizational meeting held immediately after the annual meeting resulted in the following officers being re-elected: Mike Thorson, Chair; Dale Adams, Vice Chair; and Gene Kern, Treasurer; with Marie Katterhagen selected as the new Secretary.
Concert April 29 in Wadena features oboe, bass duo Rolf Erdahl and Carrie Vecchione are an award-winning performing duo featuring the unlikely combination of oboe and upright bass. They will perform Friday, April 29 at 7 p.m. at the Robertson Theatre in Wadena. The concert will feature repertoire influenced by ethnic folk songs, dances and All-American jazz.
A Wadena man is being treated for serious injuries after a vehicle rollover last Wednesday night. The Wadena County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a motor vehicle crash on County Road 9 near the intersection of 201st Avenue at approximately 6:45 p.m. Upon the arrival of law enforcement, a single vehicle being driven by Kevin Klawitter, 25, of Wadena, was found to have been involved. It is believed Klawitter's vehicle left the roadway and rolled before coming to a rest in the ditch, the sheriff's office reported.