WINDOM — The figure of a man in a plaid shirt lurks in the shadows of a century-old theater, staring down a woman in the ticket booth before disappearing in a sideways “whoosh” that defies human capability.
A man gets lost in the blinding snow of a blizzard and perishes, but later shows up at his neighbor’s house to pinpoint the location of his own body.
The night clerk at a historic hotel experiences a period of bitter cold each night she works, in the midst of an extremely hot summer. In the same hotel, a lobby table lamp, a water faucet and a gas fireplace — the latter disconnected from a fuel source — turn on and off by themselves.
WINDOM — The Salvation Army and RSVP of Cottonwood County will offer a two-day Emergency Disaster Training course from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday in the Cottonwood County office meeting room, 235 Ninth St., Windom.
Charges for ex- auto dealer to be dismissed after three years
WINDOM — A news release from the Cottonwood County Attorney’s Office states the office has entered into a continuance for dismissal with defendant Lee Towlerton, which will allow the 28 felony theft-by-swindle counts to be dropped after three years as long as he has no similar violations.
WINDOM — A sentencing hearing for Andrew Michael Thompson, originally set for Monday and postponed due to weather, has been tentatively continued to Jan. 26, but may need to be pushed further down the court calendar to make way for a previously scheduled trial.
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