Ryan Schliep was stabbed on a Saturday evening, and he returned to work on a Monday. Schliep, 19, is one of the 10 victims of the Crossroads Center mall stabbing on Sept. 17, 2016. Dahir Adan stabbed Schliep in the head at the mall entrance. The experience hasn't changed the young Willmar man much, though he's a little more vigilant and a little jumpier than before. He works for Viking Coca-Cola.
Day care providers will face yearly, unannounced inspections, and Benton County plans to hire a social worker to meet that new requirement. The county’s probation office will also get an upgraded position next year under budget plans. On Tuesday, Benton County Board members voted to increase the tax levy next year by 1.3 percent. That means the county hopes to draw $19.6 million through property taxes.
St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis is not a big shopper, but he bought two suits from Macy's since a stabbing attack last fall at the Crossroads Center mall. Kleis held his weekly town hall meeting at the mall food court on Monday, a day after the first anniversary of the attack. He checked in with mall staff and St. Cloud residents about business since the stabbing and other city issues.
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