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Data: April 3, 2018

Ambulance 7:55 a.m. Monday: 1800 block of College Way, adult male sick and coughing. Crashes Minnesota State Patrol: 9:11 a.m. Monday, I-90, Beaver Creek Township, Rock County. A 2007 GMC Sierra pickup operated by Nancy Dianne Crocker, 51, of Her...

Ambulance

7:55 a.m. Monday: 1800 block of College Way, adult male sick and coughing.

 

Crashes

Minnesota State Patrol: 9:11 a.m. Monday, I-90, Beaver Creek Township, Rock County. A 2007 GMC Sierra pickup operated by Nancy Dianne Crocker, 51, of Heron Lake was westbound when it hit a patch of ice and spun out, hitting a bridge, tree and sign. Crocker was taken to Avera Sioux Falls for non-life threatening injuries.

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Police

WPD: graffitti, 7:44 a.m. Monday, 1100 block of Oxford Street.

WPD: theft, 11:22 a.m. Monday, 1700 block of Pauline Avenue.

WPD: property damage, 2:23 p.m. Monday, 1000 block of Third Avenue.

 

Marriage licenses:

The Nobles County Recorder issued the following marriage licenses during March:

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Colleen Renae Bose, Lake Wilson, and Curtis James DeVries, Worthington; Macario Felix Gabriel and Ana Celestina Juarez Lopez, both of Worthington; Teresa Kathleen Vanderplaats and Larry Joseph Berning, both of Adrian; Arturo Vega Ferrer and Marlene Elizabeth Galvez Rodriguez, both of Worthington; Angela Lea Cabrera and Joshua James Easterday, both of Brewster; Lynette Marie Wenzel, Wilmont, and Jeffrey Lee Werner, Cottonwood; Santiago Guadalupe Martinez Ruiz and Kasandra Rangel, both of Worthington; Zoila Argentina Vargas Pineda and Martin Carlos Lopez, both of Worthington; David Glyn Roberts, Kearney, Neb., and Amanda Alvina Wilkening, Madison, S.D.; David Esau Esquivel and Marleny Carreto Calderon, both of Worthington; Petronila Maribel Bargas Gallego and Max Selvin Coronado Garcia, both of Worthington; Weston Hunt Brown, Ellington, Conn., and Leah Danielle Riley, Ames, Iowa; Clark Michael Bahl and Brienna Marie Nelson, both of Worthington; Eric Thomas Lundberg and Cassandra June Landgaard, both of Lincoln, Neb.

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