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Fillmore County District Court: Hastings man sentenced to prison on meth charges


Fri, Jun 17th, 2005
Posted in Features

Judge Robert Benson sentenced Justin Dean Armstrong of Hastings to more than three years in prison in Fillmore County District Court on Monday, June 13, after Armstrong pled guilty to the manufacture of methamphetamine. As part of a plea bargain, four other charges were dismissed.

Armstrong, 29, was one of five people arrested on July 31, 2004 in the village of Fillmore for manufacturing methamphetamine.

Benson sentenced Armstrong to the Commissioner of Corrections for 43 months, 2/3 of which must be served in prison. He was given credit for 130 days served in the Fillmore County Jail.

•Roland Albert Deters, 34, of Arden Hills, MN, pled guilty in District Court on Monday to felony controlled substance and misdemeanor driving while impaired related to an incident near Mabel on May 16. As part of a plea agreement, all other charges were dismissed.

According to court documents, Deters was stopped by a Fillmore County Sheriff Deputy for driving erratically. A search of the vehicle later revealed Deters possessing cocaine and marijuana.

Judge Robert Benson stayed adjudication on the controlled substance charge for 15 years, and ordered the defendant to pay a fine of $6000 and serve 90 days in jail. On the driving while impaired charge, Benson sentenced Deters to 365 days in jail and $3000 fine, but stayed 335 days in jail and $2100 of the fine.

Felony Charges

•Ricky Robert Prebe, 42, address unknown, was charged with making terroristic threats, and domestic assault following an incident in Preston on June 11.

According to the criminal complaint, Prebe physically assaulted his girlfriend and threatened to kill her during an argument at the woman’s home. He was arrested by Preston police.

Prebe is out on $1000 conditional bail, which includes his having no contact with the victim. His next court appearance is June 20.



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Harmony City Council Report: City contracts with Preston to manage wastewater treatment facility

Fri, Jun 17th, 2005
Posted in Features

The city of Harmony will enter into a contract with the city of Preston, effective September 1, to manage the city’s wastewater treatment facility. Chris Johnson of Public Works, who has his class C license, will work under the supervision of the Pre ..... 
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Commissioners Report: Courthouse touch-ups

Fri, Jun 17th, 2005
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David Kane of Kane and Johnson Architects, Inc. and Dean Sand of Construction Analysis and Management, Inc. detailed the budget report for the courthouse remodel project at the Tuesday, June 14, county board meeting. Several minor fixes were addresse ..... 
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Rushford City Council Report: Jerusalem water solution decision coming soon?

Fri, Jun 17th, 2005
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Jerusalem water was once again a topic of discussion at the Rushford City Council meeting June 13, three years after residents had shown up at the council meeting with water samples and ruined laundry. The only solution so far has been to leave a hyd ..... 
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Stringwood program returns to Eagle Bluff

Fri, Jun 17th, 2005
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If the bluffs of Fillmore County seem especially musical this month, it’s because for the sixth year in a row talented young string players from around the Midwest are gathering at the Stringwood chamber music program at Eagle Bluff Environmental Lea ..... 
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Lanesboro School Board Report: Rec Center planning focuses on operating revenue

Fri, Jun 17th, 2005
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Superintendent Rick Lamon told the Lanesboro School Board at their Thursday, June 16 meeting that they are confident in raising enough funds to build a recreational center but have some concerns about generating operating revenue. While a rec center ..... 
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Rumpus Ridge, a family affair

Fri, Jun 10th, 2005
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When you drive into the yard of the sprawling Rumpus Ridge Farms, you see the large red barns that house the cows and youngstock and the ample storage facilities for everything from haylage to sawdust. The first thought I had was this is a successful ..... 
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Commissioners’ Report: Permit granted for Eagle Cliff expansion

Fri, Jun 10th, 2005
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Zoning Administrator Norman Craig offered for the board’s consideration at their Tuesday, June 7 meeting a resolution granting a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) to Ivan and Gail Naber and Harold and Mary Naber for the expansion of the Eagle Cliff Campgr ..... 
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Lanesboro City Council Report: Skatepark construction underway

Fri, Jun 10th, 2005
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All you skateboarding enthusiasts who pledged money for the Lanesboro Skateboard Park need to ready yourselves to make good on those pledges. At the Lanesboro City Council meeting Monday, June 6, Bobbie Torgerson informed the council that the area of ..... 
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