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Police Blotter: Kimball Police

The Kimball Police Department answered a total of 188 calls for Kimball, and 46 for Fairhaven during the month of October.

In Kimball, there were 13 citations for speeding, with 11 verbal warnings; 44 cases of extra patrol/special detail. There were 17 business checks;

17 equipment warnings with 1 citation; 5 citations for insurance violation with 1 warning; 5 reports of suspicious vehicle/person; 4 bar checks; 4 citizen contacts; 4 medical calls; 3 seatbelt citations with 2 warnings; 3 alarms; 3 motorist assists; 2 stop sign violation citations with 3 warnings; 2 animal complaints; 2 civil complaints; 2 citations or arrests for DAR/DAS/DAC; 2 funeral escorts;

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Awareness, alarms prevent carbon monoxide deaths



Learn about this deadly poison and use CO alarms appropriately

In the U.S., carbon monoxide (CO) is the leading cause of poisoning deaths; 60 Minnesotans died from CO poisoning in the five years from 2006 through 2010. Most recently, a Cleveland, Minn. man became a victim of CO poisoning as he and a friend worked on a tractor in an enclosed space.

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Kimball students participate in Mock Interviews

Curriculum Director KAHS

Business Communications students recently participated in a Mock Interview at Kimball Area High School. These interviews were conducted by five St. Cloud State University students who are completing degrees in Human Resource Management.

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Local crime blotters



Police Blotter: Kimball Police

The Kimball Police Department answered a total of 188 calls for Kimball, and 46 for Fairhaven during the month of October.

In Kimball, there were 13 citations for speeding, with 11 verbal warnings; 44 cases of extra patrol/special detail. There were 17 business checks;

17 equipment warnings with 1 citation; 5 citations for insurance violation with 1 warning; 5 reports of suspicious vehicle/person; 4 bar checks; 4 citizen contacts; 4 medical calls; 3 seatbelt citations with 2 warnings; 3 alarms; 3 motorist assists; 2 stop sign violation citations with 3 warnings; 2 animal complaints; 2 civil complaints; 2 citations or arrests for DAR/DAS/DAC; 2 funeral escorts;

Read more...

Awareness, alarms prevent carbon monoxide deaths



Learn about this deadly poison and use CO alarms appropriately

In the U.S., carbon monoxide (CO) is the leading cause of poisoning deaths; 60 Minnesotans died from CO poisoning in the five years from 2006 through 2010. Most recently, a Cleveland, Minn. man became a victim of CO poisoning as he and a friend worked on a tractor in an enclosed space.

Read more...

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