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Latest News 

Man Threatened Blood Bath
17-Jan-2020

The 27-year-old Sauk Centre man accused of firing a gun during a standoff Sunday faces seven felony counts, according to a criminal complaint filed Tuesday in Stearns County District Court.Ryan Timothy Kellen was charged with two felony counts of domestic assault and five felony counts of first-degree assault for using deadly force against a peace officer.According to the complaint, officers were dispatched to a report of a domestic assault at about 6:37 a.m. Sunday, where a woman told officers she was assaulted by Kellen at a residence on the 600 block of Pine Street Southin Sauk Centre.The woman said during an argument, Kellen caused her to fall and prevented her from leaving, then later allowed her to leave for work. Kellen then began texting the woman stating "if she called police there would be blood bath and he would force police to shoot him," the complaint states.

 

School Lawsuit
17-Jan-2020

The parents of two students are suing the Bemidji school district, alleging it was negligent in allowing a former assistant principal to sexually exploit their children. Brandon Bjerknes, who was arrested in 2017, is serving a federal prison sentence for producing child pornography and coercing minors into sexual contact. A lawsuit by the parents of two of his victims claims Bemidji Area Schools were negligent in allowing him to abuse children for years. The plaintiffs’ lawyer, Rebekah Bailey, tells Minnesota Public Radio News the district should have been monitoring Bjerknes’web activity. The lawsuit claims the school knew that middle school girls were being targeted online, but did not investigate. The district’s superintendent, Tim Lutz, declined to comment directly on the lawsuit, but said school officials track web traffic on school computers.

 

 

 

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Paradise on Ice Giveaway

KEYL/KXDL and Long Prairie Fleet Supply present the Paradise on Ice Giveaway - you could be the winner of an Eskimo Quickfish 3 pop-up fishhouse, an 8 inch ION ice auger, a big Buddy Heater, 2 Eskimo fishing chairs and 4 Micro-Ice Walleye fishing rods from Long Prairie Fleet Supply. It’s a prize..

 

 

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