6 Months After Being Shot In Head, Officer Arik Matson Is Able To Walk Short Distances, Write LettersIt’s been six months since Waseca police officer Arik Matson was shot in the head while on duty.
Family: Waseca Police Officer Arik Matson Is 'Loving New Facility Out Of State'Officer Matson was shot in the head on Jan. 6 while responding to a report of a suspicious person in a Waseca backyard.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Waseca Schools To Use School Buses As Mobile Learning Stations For Students Without Internet AccessOn board the buses, students will have assigned seats, and organizers say they will limit the number of kids allowed on board in order to maintain social distancing.
Waseca Police Officer Arik Matson Pushing Through Recovery, To Be Transported Out Of State For RecoveryThough Waseca police officer Arik Matson has faced a few bumps in the road to recovery, "he's pushing through!"
Officer Arik Matson Update: ‘Making Some Huge Strides’ And Speech Is ImprovingWaseca police officer Arik Matson is making huge strides, according to an update to his CaringBridge website.
Hours-Long Standoff Ends Between Waseca Police And Armed ManWaseca police say a standoff with an armed man inside of a residence ended after about five-and-a-half hours.
'Ruck To Remember' In Waseca Honors Vets, First RespondersOperation Battle Buddy says, on average, there are 23 deaths a day due to suicide in the military and first responder communities.
Family: Waseca Police Officer Arik Matson Is 'Excited' About Arik Matson DayMatson was shot in the head while responding to reports of a suspicious person on Jan. 6.
Waseca Set To Celebrate 'Officer Matson Day'Waseca will honor Police Officer Arik Matson this weekend, six weeks after he was shot in the head in the line of duty.
Waseca Mayor Proclaims Saturday 'Officer Arik Matson Day'The mayor of Albert Lea has also announced a similar day in Matson’s honor as well.
Arik Matson, Officer Shot In Head, Now Walking With Assistance & Enjoying PizzaWaseca Police Officer Arik Matson is now able to walk with assistance and eat solid foods, according to his family.