West Central Tribune regional reporter Tom Cherveny received a collegial tip o’ the hat from MinnPost writer Brian Lambert on Thursday when Lambert included a mention of Cherveny’s work on his column.
Lambert writes a daily column for MinnPost called “The Glean,” which “offers two daily helpings of the latest news, information and opinion of interest to Minnesotans,” according to the MinnPost website. “Brian Lambert does double duty, offering an early-morning, quick-hit look at some of the latest must-read stories and talkers and then a late-afternoon look at the day’s developments and buzz.”
In Thursday’s Glean column, Lambert wrote about Cherveny’s recent reporting on a double murder that took place in Granite Falls.
Lambert wrote: “Tom Cherveny of the West Central Tribune has the best story on the arrest of the man charged in that double murder in Granite Falls: ‘Andrew Dikken, arrested Tuesday after eluding authorities for two weeks, entered the home of Kara Monson in Granite Falls sometime after 3 a.m. on Sept. 2 and began shooting her and Chris Panitzke as they were sleeping in a bed, according to the allegations in a criminal complaint filed Wednesday. … The complaint also alleges that within hours of the shooting Monson had received text messages from Dikken, a former boyfriend. Investigators also learned that Dikken had sent a threatening message to one of Monson’s family members that indicated he was threatening Kara’s life, according to the complaint.’”
You can find Cherveny’s full story here.
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This blog post originally appeared on the Forum Communications Company blog. The West Central Tribune is owned by Forum Communications.