In case you missed it, it was a busy news weekend in and around St. Michael throughout the weekend.
Here's a collection of the stories to catch you up:
Delbert Huber, the 82-year-old man charged with the first-degree murder of St. Michael-Albertville Middle School West teacher Timothy Larson, entered a guilty plea to charges of second-degree murder Friday in Kandiyohi County Court. The plea was a deal between county attorneys and Huber's advisory council, avoding a September jury trial.
Huber will be sentenced in September. He faces a maximum of 40 years in prison for the October 2011 shooting.
A drug felon led Wright County deputies on a high speed chase through St. Michael and Albertville and ended near the Cedar Creek Golf Course Friday night.
The man, who hasn't been identified as charges are pending, was being served a warrant for his arrest. He feld, and wound up driving through Hole No. 5 at Cedar Creek, ditching his car in a residential area and running into a swamp, where he was finally apprehended.
The first clue in the St. Michae Daze and Knights Medallion Hunt, sponsored by Great Northern Bank, was also delivered over the weekend. In a new process, it's the only clue that will be divluged publicly. The new format means only those who find the second clue and submit an email or photo to GNB can keep going in the hunt for the medal.