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MNSP Changes

Starting Monday the 24th, Minnesota Soybean Processors will require all bean loads originating from elevators to have a paper bill of landing (they will also accept a copy of the scale ticket from the origin elevator so long as it states the party that is selling the beans to MnSP).

Please advise trucks to use the staplers provided to staple the bill of lading with a copy of the MnSP ticket that is printed at receiving and place the stapled documents in the drop box at receiving.

Any questions, contact MnSP at 507-842-6677.


August 24 news

WORTHINGTON - The Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force on Friday assisted in the arrest of a fugitive from Garland, Texas, wanted as the suspect in a murder case.

According to information released by task force commander Nate Grimmius, Garland investigators were in Pipestone County attempting to locate Adrian Jimenez Regalado, who was suspected of killing a man in Garland. The investigator’s sought the task force for assistance in locating Regalado, who had been residing in Pipestone and working on a nearby farm.


Funeral arrangements set for Jan Pigman-Kruse

BREWSTER – Funeral arrangements were released Friday for Janette Pigman-Kruse, a 40-year-old woman who was the victim of a homicide in the early morning hours Wednesday at her home in Brewster.

According to information released by the Nobles County Sheriff’s Office, Pigman-Kruse was killed by a gunshot at approximately 2:40 a.m. Authorities were alerted by a 911 call from her husband, who told dispatchers someone had come into the home and shot his wife. As of mid-day Friday, there was no one was in custody for the homicide.


August 21 news

WORTHINGTON — The Worthington Police Department and Nobles County Sheriff’s Office are asking the public to beware of a fake Dish Network van. There have been reports of the vehicle’s occupants attempting to break into unoccupied houses.

The van is a 1970’s grey Chevy work van with no windows, a wooden ladder on the top, and Dish Network graphics. If you think you have seen this vehicle, please contact the Worthington Police Department at 295-5400.


Brewster death ruled a homicide

WORTHINGTON – Janette Pigman-Kruse’s death has been ruled a homicide by the Ramsey County Medical Examiner, according to Nobles County Sheriff Kent Wilkening.

Pigman-Kruse, age 40, was killed by a shotgun wound to the chest in the early morning hours Wednesday at her home in Brewster. Authorities were alerted to the situation when her husband called 911 at approximately 2:47 a.m. to report someone had come into their home and shot his wife.


August 20 news

WORTHINGTON – During a special meeting Wednesday morning, the Worthington City Council decided to take another look at pushing the Grand Avenue extension through to Darling Drive, authorizing staff to take the steps needed to bring it to public hearing.


UPDATE: Woman murdered in Brewster, no apparent threat to public

1:20 p.m. UPDATE
BREWSTER – Nobles County Sheriff Kent Wilkening has updated information regarding a death investigation in the city of Brewster, but has not yet released the victim’s name.

According to the latest news release, the Nobles County Sheriff’s Office and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension are investigating the circumstances surrounding the 40-year-old woman’s death, but have stated there does not appear to be any threat to the public at this time.


August 19 news

WORTHINGTON – The Nobles County Commissioners on Tuesday approved the hiring of a Social Worker for Community Services/Public Health utilizing Child Protection Allocation Grant funding.

According to Community Services Director Stacie Golombiecki, each county was allocated a grant based on the number of children residing in the county, the number of screened child protection reports and the number of open child protection management cases. So far is 2015, the agency has screened 217 cases, and approximately 86 were opened for service, Golombiecki said.


Auguest 18 news

WORTHINGTON – Thunderstorms are expected to move through the area this morning and continue into early afternoon, which may produce rainfall totals between 1 to 3 inches as they move through. This rainw ill fall on already saturated ground from Sunday and Monday’s rain.

According to the National Weather Service, rainfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour will be possible with stronger storms and will be capable of producing flash flooding in urban areas, as well as small stream and other poor drainage locations.


August 17 news

WORTHINGTON – James Lee Miller pleaded not guilty to criminal vehicular homicide and criminal vehicular operation in Nobles County District Court last week, and also to the lesser charges of reckless driving and careless driving. The charges stem from a fatal crash from Sept. 19, 2014 at the intersection of Nobles County 35 and Minnesota 264 that caused the death of Charles Luze, age 49, of Sioux Falls, S.D. and injured Luze’s son, Samuel.