Collision on I-35 sends Albert Lea woman to the hospital
STEELE COUNTY, Minn. - An Albert Lea woman was hurt in a semi/minivan collision Friday night on Interstate 35. The Minnesota State Patrol says it happened around 8:46 pm near mile marker 47 in Steele County. A minivan driven by Felipe Julian Carrizales, 29 of Albert Lea, and a semi driven by Eric Jerome Cook, 65 of Mansfield, Missouri, were both southbound on I-35. The State Patrol says they collided and the minivan caught fire.
Freeborn County marriage licenses: January 2024
Matthew Dylan Harmdierks and Karla Lisbeth Martinez Linares, both of 207 S. Pearl St. in Albert Lea. Kayla Marie Roberts and Tanner Steven Seedorf, both of 174 Washington Ave. in Alden. Tirzah Bea-Marie Michaud and Casey James Ellis, both of 9104 Windswept Drive Apt. 1604, Fort Worth, Texas Octaviano Perez-Gomez and Seberiana Anel Tuxpan Marcial, […] The post Freeborn County marriage licenses: January 2024 appeared first on Albert Lea Tribune.
Spice Up Your Life: Exploring Albert Lea's Finest Mexican Restaurants
In this article, we're exploring three delightful Mexican restaurants in Albert Lea. Have you had the chance to dine at any of them yet? If yes, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
A community of caregiving in Albert Lea for 50 years
It is almost impossible to live in Albert Lea without hearing the name “Thorne Crest,” and there is a good reason for this. The post A community of caregiving in Albert Lea for 50 years appeared first on Albert Lea Tribune.
Woman sentenced to probation in case tied to Freeborn County murder suspect
The second of two women arrested during the search for a Freeborn County murder suspect in August 2022 on Friday was sentenced to three years of supervised probation and served jail time for breaking into a home in rural Ellendale that authorities thought the suspect was hiding in. Raquel Isabel Vasquez, 27, pleaded guilty in […] The post Woman sentenced to probation in case tied to Freeborn County murder suspect appeared first on Albert Lea Tribune.
Meeting the needs of the trucking industry
Riverland Community College in Albert Lea is helping lessen the gap in the truck-driving industry in the region through its semester-long program and other specialized training. The program is made possible through a collaboration with several area partners that allows students to train on real-life equipment and get an inside peek at life in the […] The post Meeting the needs of the trucking industry appeared first on Albert Lea Tribune.
Vehicle reported missing and other reports
A vehicle was reported missing at 9:56 a.m. Thursday at 2527 Bridge Ave. Trailer reported damaged Deputies received a report at 8:06 a.m. Thursday of a trailer that had been damaged after loaning it out at 10387 640th Ave. in Emmons. Theft reported Deputies received a report at 9:44 a.m. Thursday of an […] The post Vehicle reported missing and other reports appeared first on Albert Lea Tribune.
1st of 4 arson suspects sentenced to 4 months in jail, 5 years of probation
One of the four people charged in connection to starting a garage fire on Garfield Avenue in October was sentenced Friday to four months in the Freeborn County jail and five years of probation. Haily Marie Merrill, 28, in October pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree arson as part of a plea agreement. She […] The post 1st of 4 arson suspects sentenced to 4 months in jail, 5 years of probation appeared first on Albert Lea Tribune.
Public notices for the week of February 25, 2024
THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in the conditions of the following described mortgage:. Mortgagor: Amy Benn, a single woman. Mortgagee: Mortgage Electronic...
ALHS mock trial team sees resurgence in participation with over 30 students a part
Standing in a courtroom and presenting a case in front of a judge sounds daunting, but, for some students, it is an activity that they prepare for and practice for months. These students are part of mock trial, and there is a group of teams right in Albert Lea. The post ALHS mock trial team sees resurgence in participation with over 30 students a part appeared first on Albert Lea Tribune.
North Iowa crash on Wednesday killed a Minnesota man
WINNEBAGO COUNTY, Iowa – A Minnesota man is dead after crashing his car in North Iowa. The Iowa State Patrol says David Wayne Mason, 69 of Elmore, MN, was driving north on Highway 69 around 4:51 pm Wednesday when he went into the east ditch, vaulted over 440th Street, and rolled.
Faribault County law enforcement searching for remains of fetus allegedly buried nearly two decades ago
(ABC 6 News) – According to search warrants filed Friday, Feb. 23, Faribault County deputies have begun a search for the remains of an alleged miscarriage buried on a Frost property nearly 20 years ago. Frost is located about 12 miles southeast of Blue Earth. According to court records,...
Doctor publishes new textbook
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Sparking curiosity, discussion in Art Walk
Over the past six months, Art Walk Albert Lea’s Sculpture Walk is filling up with a variety of art pieces from artists across the region. As of the end of December, organizers had installed eight sculptures around the community, with the first being unveiled in August. That sculpture, titled “Graceful Brokenness,” was created by Charlie […] The post Sparking curiosity, discussion in Art Walk appeared first on Albert Lea Tribune.
Administrator’s Corner: Celebrating our road heroes on Bus Driver Appreciation Day
Albert Lea Bus Company is a celebrated partner in the safe transportation for Albert Lea Area Schools. They demonstrate expertise in route planning, fleet management and fostering effective communication and collaboration. The post Administrator’s Corner: Celebrating our road heroes on Bus Driver Appreciation Day appeared first on Albert Lea Tribune.
Watch: Blue Earth Area's Max Loge hits game-winning buzzer beater
His buzzer beater from three-quarters court led Blue Earth Area to an overtime win over Windom.
Northfield Raiders win over Albert Lea Tigers
The Northfield Raiders have advanced to the next round of playoffs after a decisive 8-1 victory over the Albert Lea Tigers in the knock-out game. The first period was scoreless, and late in the second period, the Raiders took the lead when Jake Geiger scored the first goal assisted by Kam Kaiser.
Worth County man accused of a federal gun crime
SIOUX CITY, Iowa – A Worth County man has been charged in federal court with one count of possession of a firearm by a drug user. Cory Allen More, 33 of Manly, is accused of possession of a firearm while being a user of marijuana in October 2023. If convicted, More faces a possible maximum sentence of 15 years’ imprisonment, a $250,000 fine, and three years of supervised release following any imprisonment.
One charged in Manly child endangerment case to plead guilty, other fails to show up for hearing
MANLY — One part of a couple from Manly charged with child endangerment plans to plead guilty, while the other person failed to show up for a court hearing earlier this week. A criminal complaint says Manly’s police chief Aaron Pals was dispatched to 213 South Broadway Street for...
Albert Lea woman injured in crash on I-90
An Albert Lea woman was injured Tuesday morning after her vehicle went off the road and rolled over on Interstate 90 in Hayward Township. Stacia Lynn Schnoor, 44, was taken by Mayo Ambulance to Mayo Clinic Health System in Albert Lea for injuries deemed not life-threatening, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. The crash report […] The post Albert Lea woman injured in crash on I-90 appeared first on Albert Lea Tribune.