WORTHINGTON — The Worthington Police Department on Wednesday said there are reports of counterfeit $20 bills circulating in Worthington, and people and businesses are told to be on the lookout.
According to authorities, the bills do not have a watermark when looked at in the light, and some of the edges are not cut straight. So far, the two serial numbers reported on the counterfeit bills are ML3965512I and JI20347226A.
WORTHINGTON – Nobles County Commissioner Gene Metz was elected as Board Chair Tuesday during the first meeting of 2016, with Commissioner Don Linssen being voted in as Vice Chair.
Along with taking care of normal first meeting business such as fee schedules, board appointments and meeting dates, the commissioners approved the demolition of the old Adrian Pool Hall with a quote from Henning Construction of $64,800. The building is on one of the tax-forfeited properties that did not sell at auction, and county staff has been working on the problem of the abandoned, unsafe building for quite some time.
WORTHINGTON – A group of people gathered at Worthington City Hall Monday to witness the swearing in of two new Worthington Police officers – one new face and one that is familiar to many.
Jacob Refsland and Dustin Roemeling were sworn in and had badges pinned on by family members. Roemeling is badge number #110 and Refsland #126.
Janette Pigman-Kruse’s death has been ruled a homicide by the Ramsey County Medical Examiner, according to Nobles County Sheriff Kent Wilkening. A Go Fund Me page has been started to help the family. It can be found at gofundme.com under Jan Pigman-Kruse Memorial Fund.
Wednesday afternoon at 3:38 p.m., Cottonwood County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a report of a deceased male at 46306 County Road 3, seven miles north of Windom and about three miles west of Highway 71. The Ramsey County medical examiner has determined the victim as 43-year-old Travis Stanly Svalland of Windom.
An autopsy determined that Svalland died of homicide due to a gunshot wound.