|Local News||Thu, 30 Oct 2014|
Crundwell gets more time to file brief on retirement funds
Former Comptroller Rita Crundwell, who is representing herself at the moment, has one more month to file a brief in her effort to keep the money in two retirement funds from being turned over to the city as restitution. Crundwell, who was arrested in April 2012 and later convicted of stealing nearly $54 million from the city, sent a letter to the court dated Oct. 10 asking for more time to prepare her response to the federal government's motion that she forfeit the retirement funds.
Minnesota School District Makes Major Security Upgrades for $100 per School
The Waseca School District has made a lot of upgrades to security. The district avoided a potential massacre this spring when a teenager accused of plotting a violent act on the school was arrested.
Services for Daniel Bowman, 75, of Waterville, formerly of Marshall, will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Wesley United Methodist Church in Marshall. Burial will be in the Marshall City Cemetery.
Martin County Arena will hold an open house from 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18, at the ice arena in Fairmont. BLUE EARTH - The Blue Earth Area Bucs climbed to the No.