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Thursday, October 3, 2013 Tri- County News * www. tricountynews.mn Change coming Wednesday and Thursday By Mark Anthony, Meteorologist Weather column: The area was between weather disturbances to start the work and school week off, and that allowed for a mild and rather breezy day across much of the Midwest on Monday. The sunshine and a southerly flow were what helped to con- tribute to temperatures generally from 10 to 15 degrees above nor- mal for this time of the year state- wide. Locations from Marshall, Luverne, and Madison all hit the low- to mid-80s on Monday. Parts of the Upper Midwest were dealing with wind adviso- ries as well, across South Dakota and Iowa on Monday. In addition, with the warm and dry conditions and fairly strong winds across the Upper Midwest, there remained concerns for wild fires. All this will change by Wednes- day evening into Thursday, how- ever, as a cold-front will work its way across the Upper Midwest. This front will be the focus of showers and even a few isolated thunderstorms. Some spots could see some heavy rain at times right into the first part of the weekend. Temperatures will actually cool-off to below normal levels by Friday and Saturday. Those rain chances should come to an end by Saturday night or early Sunday morning as high pressure returns. I am not seeing any real chances for snow across Minnesota just yet, but parts of Montana and Wyoming have already seen some snow in the higher elevations. This is something I know my wife doesn't want to hear about any- time soon. The rainfall, however, is good to help replenish some of the moisture that we have been lack- ing across most of Minnesota this summer and early fall. I know the lake levels continue to be quite low in many locations. Have a great rest of the week. Weather history: On this date in weather history in 1953 "a record high of 90 degrees Fahrenheit for the St. Cloud area was recorded." Weather/To page 4 for the the latest information in your commu WATKINS: . Jack's of Watkins Stein's Thdltway Foods EDEN VALLEY: Mike's Standard & Groc avagab/e af: SOUTH HAVEN: Sooth Haven Spn ff.oro) KIMBALL: Localpeople, Gohmann Foods Knaus Sausage House LocaJ Stodes, Casey's General Store Local life, Td.County News OR SUBSCRIBE ANO HAVE IT OELIVERED EACH WEEK TO YOUR I ILBOX! rrl'r if' Homicide in Annandale Page 3 rr Saturday, Sept. 28, at 7:59 a.m., the Annandale Police Department was dispatched to a residence on Poplar Avenue North in Annan- dale where42-year old Kyle Greene was found dead in his house. The case is being investigated by Annandale Police, Wright County Sheriff's Office, and the Midwest Medicat Examiner's Office. Sunday, Sept. 29, the Midwest Medical Examiner's Office ruled the death of Kyle Greene was homi- cide. That same day; two persons were arrested in connection with Greene's death. Tyler James Fisher, 19 of Annandale, was arrested and charged with second-degree mur- der. Samara Leigh Juhl, 19 of Otsego, also was arrested. Both remain in Wright County Jail, and both were charged with aggravated robbery. The incident remains under investigation and anyone with information about the death is asked to call the Annandale Police Department or the Wright County Sheriff at (763) 682-1162. Addi- tional information will be released as it becomes available. Level 3 offender moving to Eden Lake TWp. Information is being released by the Stearns County Sher- iff's Office, pursuant to Minne- sota Statute 244.052, regarding a level 3 predatory offender moving into Eden Lake Township Oct. 14. Michael Shawn Klappenbach, age 40, is not wanted by the police, and has served the sentence imposed on him by the court. He has a his- tory of engaging in sexual con- tact with a female age 15. Contact included fondling and penetra- tion. The offender was known to the victim. A community notifi- cation meeting has been sched- uled for the Paynesville City Hall at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10. Rep- resentatives from the Depart- ment of Corrections and the Stearns County Sheriff's Office will be available to provide the public with useful information on public safety. Fatal crash Monday Monday, Sept. 30, at 7:08 a.m., the Meeker County Sheriff's Office, Dassel Fire Department, Dassel Rescue, Gold Cross Ambulance, Minnesota Department of Trans- portation, and Minnesota State Patrol responded to a two-vehi- cle accident with injuries near the intersection of U.S. Highway 12 and 735th Avenue, in Dassel Town- ship. Bruce Resch, 50 years old, from Royalton, Minn., was driving a 2007 Peterbilt Semi pulling an empty flatbed trailer eastbound on U.S. Highway 12, when it col- lided with a 2006 Volkswagen pas- senger car driven by Kristofor Tan- ner, 23 years old, from Dassel. 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