Truman News

01/17/2018 02:09 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Council OKs bid change 

Street Superintendent John Bosshart said there was an axle change on the bid for the truck because the one bid was not available. However, the new axle is less expensive.

01/13/2018 03:09 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Popular classes paying off 

Freshman Osvaldo Morales, left, and junior Cole Camp are seen in the welding booths during the Introduction to Welding class at Fairmont Jr./Sr. High School. Jan. 20 marks the first day of Saturday Welding Academy, a 15-week program at Fairmont Jr./Sr. High School.

01/12/2018 02:29 AM  ~~~Source~~~

Douglas J. Grandahl, 36, of Dundas; Amrit B. Singh, 59, of Dix Hills, N.Y.; Justin J. Lehmann, 18, of Ormsby; each fined $125. Keith E. Anderson, 53, of Fairmont was convicted of speeding; fined $125.

01/10/2018 03:00 AM  ~~~Source~~~
W'bago OKs sale of duplexes 

Winnebago City Council on Tuesday approved a purchase agreement for two city-owned duplexes, about six months after accepting the initial purchase offer. In July, the council unanimously accepted a $220,000 offer from Robert Richards to purchase the duplexes, which are located on Second Avenue SW and Fifth Street SW.

01/09/2018 03:50 AM  ~~~Source~~~

Notice is given that an Application for Informal Probate of Will and Informal Appointment of Personal Representative was filed with the Registrar, along with a Will dated 8-25-2003. The Registrar accepted the application and informally appointed Albert Armbrust, whose address is 1971 160th Ave, Truman, MN 56088, to serve as the personal representative of the Decedent's estate.

01/04/2018 01:29 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Don't be that bad guy' 

Award-winning sports broadcaster Joe Schmit was in the area Wednesday to talk to students and the community about working to have a positive impact on others. The event was sponsored by the Martin County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition, with help from the Traverse des Sioux Library System.

01/03/2018 02:12 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Truman council hears reports 

The Truman City Council on Monday heard quarterly reports from department heads, including Truman Fire Chief Dave Bentz, who spoke about events surrounding the Northrop fire that took place over the weekend. "Nobody was complaining about the weather or anything like that and that really struck me.

01/02/2018 02:45 AM  ~~~Source~~~

Jeanette I. Keifert, 66, of Little Canada; William R. Hecht, 33, of Fairmont; Colton J. Hilgendorf, 23, of Welcome; Alicia A. Mason, 45, of Welcome; Udit B. Bhatnagar, 29, of Sioux Falls, S.D.; Andrew W. Hedman, 29, of New Berlin, Wis.; Hunter W. Schofield, 19, of Truman; Ashley D. Cyphers, 33, of Elmore; Kristine M. Van Kleek, 58, of Milford, Iowa; each fined $125.

12/30/2017 03:06 AM  ~~~Source~~~
New Year's rides offered 

A collaboration between the Fairmont ethanol plant and the sole licensed taxi service in the community will result in safe transportation on New Year's Eve at no cost to passengers in Fairmont, Truman, Sherburn, Welcome and Guckeen. Starting at 7 p.m. Sunday, Green Plains and Royalty Rides will join forces to provide free rides, whether to a house party, a local bar, a dining establishment or even Royalty Rides owner Dahmon Gullord had heard of free cab rides being offered in Mankato on Thanksgiving and was trying to come up with an idea for a similar program in Fairmont.

12/28/2017 01:24 AM  ~~~Source~~~

3:51 p.m. - Police received a report of an ordinance violation in the 300 block of North Second Avenue East in Truman. A verbal warning was issued.

12/28/2017 01:24 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Sorority seeks used gift bags 

As we close out 2017 and usher in 2018, may we all take time to think how we can make 2018 better. Our words and actions can make a difference.

12/21/2017 05:58 AM  ~~~Source~~~

5:58 p.m. - Police received a report of a domestic disturbance in the 100 block of North Sixth Avenue East in Truman. An arrest was made.

12/21/2017 01:27 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Girl, 8, helps kids going into foster care 

During this season of giving, it's important to remember those who are less fortunate and who could maybe use a little extra support. Earlier this month, Truman Community Education did a service project in which it put together bags full of a variety of items to be given to children going into foster care.