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  • Harvest

    Most Minnesota farmers are expected to harvest a decent crop this year despite the twin challenges of a cold, wet spring and a dry August. The latest report finds that the corn harvest could be …

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    23 Sep 13
  • FarmToSchool

    September is Farm to School Month in Minnesota, and State Ag Commissioner Charlie Poster will be stopping in Lafayette, Walnut Grove, and Tracy today (MON) to learn how those school districts use Farm to School …

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    23 Sep 13
  • Homecoming

    The High School Homecoming season continues around the local area, with a total of 12 school districts holding week-long festivities. High schools celebrating Homecoming this week include: BOLD, Cedar Mountain, Central, GFW, Lake Crystal Wellcome …

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    23 Sep 13
  • BoosterSeat

    A new report shows that only 2 of the 10 children killed in car crashes in Minnesota since 2008 were properly restrained in their booster seats. The Department of Public Safety’s Heather Darby says parents …

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    21 Sep 13
  • FatalCrash

    A mother and daughter from Jackson were killed in a crash with a semi-truck on Highway 71 Friday morning. It happened at around 11:10am at the intersection with Jackson County Road 4, 715th Avenue. 85-year-old …

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    21 Sep 13
  • ClevelandBurglarySuspect

    Multiple felony charges have been filed against 3 Mankato men accused of stealing over $25,000 worth of items in a series of thefts in the rural Cleveland area. 22-year-old Cameron Schmidt, 19-year-old Sean Schmidt and …

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    21 Sep 13
  • CreditCardFraud2

    A Springfield woman was charged with felony credit card fraud on Thursday in Brown County Court. 60-year-old Paulette J. Fischer is accused of using another person’s debit card without permission to make over $600 in …

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    21 Sep 13
  • Judge

    A federal judge has dismissed a series of lawsuits against the state of Minnesota by people who say their driver’s license data was improperly accessed by a Department of Natural Resources employee. The dismissal spares …

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    21 Sep 13