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  • DaytonDisapproves

    Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has released returns showing him paying about $89,000 in taxes for 2012. Dayton released his tax returns on Tuesday, following his routine of doing so since he was a candidate in …

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    13 Nov 13
  • DogBite

    The Sleepy Eye City Council on Tuesday held the first reading of an ordinance dealing with dangerous dogs. The proposed ordinance calls for the immediate seizure of dogs defined as dangerous, with the dog owners …

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    13 Nov 13
  • Harvest

    Minnesota’s corn harvest continues to run ahead of the normal pace after a slow start. In its weekly crop report for Minnesota, the US Department of Agriculture says the state’s corn harvest advanced 14 percentage …

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    13 Nov 13
  • TargetCenter

    The Minneapolis City Council has approved an agreement with the Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx to renovate the Target Center, one of the NBA’s oldest venues. The $97-million renovation of the 23-year-old, city-owned Target Center includes …

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    13 Nov 13
  • UofMRobber

    Authorities are trying to find a man who allegedly attempted to steal a laptop computer at gunpoint from a student on the campus of the University of Minnesota Monday afternoon. The incident at Anderson Hall …

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    12 Nov 13
  • Firefighters

    Firefighters from Sleepy Eye, Springfield and Comfrey battled a fire just west of Sleepy Eye for several hours Monday morning. Crews responded to the fire at the Lyle Heiderscheidt Trucking Shop on Brown County Road …

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    12 Nov 13
  • WalMart

    Law enforcement officials from Martin County, Fairmont and Truman were called out to the Fairmont Wal-Mart Saturday evening after a woman there allegedly threatened another shopper, and claimed that she had a gun. The call …

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    12 Nov 13
  • ArchbishopNienstedt

    The Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis will soon begin to release some of the names of clergy members identified as sex offenders. Archbishop John Nienstedt made the promise Monday after fighting to keep the list from …

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    12 Nov 13