Worthington woman vanished a year ago while job hunting with a family acquaintance in Iowa
WORTHINGTON — One year ago, Lucia Chilel-Perez was at home with her family, but on June 26, 2011, she got in a car with a family acquaintance to go job hunting in Iowa. She still hasn’t come home.
WORTHINGTON — Catherine Bushard, known to friends and family as Katie, was dumbstruck when she received a phone call notifying her she had been chosen as the 2012 Bernard P. Becker Award for legal services staff by the Minnesota State Bar Association.
JACKSON — A former banker charged with allegedly embezzling more than $100,000 while employed as the retail operations manager at United Prairie Bank of Mankato is scheduled to make her first appearance in federal court next week.
Nobles County Sheriff Kent Wilkening (left) nominated Jami Cummings of Brewster for the Minnesota Sheriff’s Association (MSA) Live Saving Award after she saved two people from drowning in Lake Okabena in August. On Monday, Cummings (center) received her award during the MSA Winter Conference in Alexandria. To her right is MSA president Bill Bargquist, Clay County Sheriff.
Authorities concentrating search efforts in northwest Iowa
WORTHINGTON — Authorities are asking for the public’s help in locating a woman who reportedly left Worthington June 27 to go job hunting and hasn’t been seen since.
PIPESTONE — Charges were filed Tuesday against Tyler woman Becci Joy Alleckson Pratt, 23, who is suspected of intentionally setting a fire in an uninhabited house on the edge of the Pipestone/Lincoln County border.
WORTHINGTON — A former Worthington resident who currently lives in South Dakota was sentenced to spend 60 days in jail Monday after a conviction for aggravated forgery and fifth-degree controlled substance procurement by fraud.
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