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  • Vikings stadium 2

    The Vikings and Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority have unveiled a use agreement for the new Vikings stadium. One-time, personal seat license fees would be charged on three-quarters of the new stadium’s 65,000 seats. They would …

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    04 Oct 13
  • Cuffs

    A third suspect has been arrested in the death of an Annandale man. 22-year-old Gray David Soltis was booked early Wednesday for investigation of second-degree murder. 42-year-old Kyle Greene died early Saturday after being shot …

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    03 Oct 13
  • Thunderstorm

    There was a brief power outage throughout much of New Ulm Wednesday evening as a powerful thunderstorm blew through the area. The power went out in much of the city at around 6pm Wednesday. The …

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    03 Oct 13
  • PickupRollover

    A 59-year-old Austin man was involved in a rollover accident on Highway 15 near Brownton Wednesday morning. Pablo Nieto was driving a Dodge Dakota southbound on 15 when the accident occurred at around 11am about …

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    03 Oct 13
  • SchoolLockdown

    The high school in New Richland was locked down for the second day in a row Wednesday after a threatening message was found. This came after the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva Secondary School went through a hard …

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    03 Oct 13
  • USGovernmentShutdown

    Officials are warning about the possible effects of an extended government shutdown on the Minnesota economy. State Management and Budget Commissioner Jim Schowalter says that the impact will be minimal if the shutdown is just …

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    03 Oct 13
  • Vikings stadium 2

    A Minnesota Senate committee gets an update from the state Gambling Control Board today (THU) on e-pulltab revenues for the new Vikings stadium — but Governor Dayton says as far as he’s concerned, “e-pulltabs is …

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    03 Oct 13
  • DeerHighway

    The Minnesota Department of Public Safety is reminding drivers to be on the lookout for deer this fall. One-third of crashes involving vehicles and deer happen in October and November, and the State Patrol says …

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    03 Oct 13