Audrey Marie Luke, 15, may be in Kenyon, Minn., where the town’s police chief posted a personal message that has the town pleading with her to come home. Read more →
He didn’t shoot anybody. He didn’t call anybody names. He united rather than divided his constituency.
As near as we can tell, the state would be better of if more people were like him.
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KARE 11’s Boyd Huppert, of course, has found another angel walking among us and, as it turns out, he owns a bus company.
He’s Jon Held, who has the bus contract for the Kenyon-Wanamingo School District. Read more →
The only thing missing from an otherwise perfect day in Minnesota was another story from the official police chief of NewsCut, Kenyon’s Lee Sjolander.
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If you’ve followed the numerous posts here about Lee Sjolander, the incredible police chief of Kenyon, Minn., you’ve probably caught yourself wondering in the last 24 hours, “I wonder what Chief Sjolander thinks?”
This morning, via his Facebook account, of course, he answered. Read more →
What can the nation’s leaders learn from a small-town cop who has to struggle with what the law tells him he must do and what his heart tells him is right? Everything. Read more →
‘We have no idea why someone would do such a horrible thing, but we couldn’t let these wonderful people who served our country go without their flags,’ said Kenyon police chief Lee Sjolander. Read more →
Malcolm Mabry really loves Kenyon, Minn. The Kenyon Leader newspaper says he donates money to the after-prom fund, the VFW, the Lions Club, Lutheran Churches, and helped fund a cheerleaders trip to Florida. Why is this unusual? Malcolm Mabry has never been to Kenyon. Read more →
In Kenyon, Minn., when a cop says ‘show me your hands,’ he wants to hear a story.
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