Breyfogle joins RE/MAX in Marshall
Kristen Breyfogle has recently joined the team at RE/MAX Town and Country in Marshall. Breyfogle is a licensed real estate agent and also is a graduate of Central Lakes College in Brainerd with a diploma in landscape technology. She is a member of the West Central Association of Realtors and lives in Cottonwood.
Pluto Legal adds new attorney
Pluto Legal, PLLC, of Tyler announces the addition of a new associate attorney, Dominic M. Smith.
Smith hails from Sioux Falls, S.D. He majored in criminal justice and psychology and obtained his bachelor of science degree from the University of South Dakota. After 15 months as a correctional officer with the S.D. State Penitentiary, Smith went on to earn his law degree from the University of South Dakota School of Law in May, 2001. Smith practiced civil rights, disability and Medicaid law out of Sioux Falls for more than nine years, and then practiced solely in estate planning and farm and business succession in Minnesota for more than a year prior to joining the Pluto Legal Team.
Smith is licensed to practice law in both South Dakota and Minnesota. Smith earned his National Trial Academy Diploma in July, 2005, has argued in front of the South Dakota Supreme Court, and is licensed to practice in Federal District Court.
Smith, his wife, Kristin, and their four children, Isaac, Gabriel, Elijah, and Karlena, live in Marshall.
Outland awarded wind farm maintenance contract
Alliant Energy has awarded Outland Energy Services a three-year contract to provide scheduled maintenance services and remote monitoring at the 68-megawatt Cedar Ridge wind farm in Fond du Lac County, Wis. The wind farm is owned by Alliant Energy's wholly-owned subsidiary, Wisconsin Power and Light Company.
The wind farm began commercial operation in December, 2008. Outland will begin performing scheduled maintenances in the first quarter of 2012. Each of the Vestas V82 wind turbines at the wind farm has a nameplate capacity of 1.65 megawatts. Together, the 41 turbines produce enough clean renewable energy to power 17,000 Wisconsin homes each year.