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  • Haying

    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is offering emergency haying for livestock producers because of a hay shortage. State wildlife managers have identified 922 acres on 43 wildlife management areas where emergency haying would benefit …

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    02 Aug 13
  • JLS StormDamage002

    Governor Dayton’s office is in talks with Minnesota legislative leaders about a special session to provide disaster aid to communities hit by severe storms. The governor’s chief of staff says that no timetable has been …

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    02 Aug 13
  • MichaelBrodkorb

    An attorney for fired Minnesota Senate operative Michael Brodkorb has withdrawn from the wrongful termination case after a document was mistakenly filed in public. The court was notified Thursday that Phil Villaume and his firm …

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    02 Aug 13
  • Vikings stadium 2

    Minnesota Vikings stadium planners are identifying and starting to address environmental issues before construction begins. The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority on Thursday published hundreds of pages of data and analysis. The environmental impact statement notes …

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    02 Aug 13
  • Cuffs

    Two teens have been arrested for the alleged murder of an elderly Willmar woman earlier this week. 79-year-old Lila Warwick was found dead in her home on the eastern outskirts of Willmar Monday evening after …

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    01 Aug 13
  • SemiCrashed

    A Darwin man is dead after a head-on crash with a semi-truck in Meeker County Wednesday afternoon. It happened at just before 3pm on Highway 4 south of Highway 55 near Lake Koronis. 76-year-old Frederic …

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    01 Aug 13
  • DavidMiller2

    A New Ulm doctor accused of stealing pain medication from a vulnerable adult has agreed to a plea deal to avoid the trial scheduled to get underway next week. 59-year-old Doctor David Miller was caught …

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    01 Aug 13
  • PrescriptionDrugs

    A nurse from Madelia pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to taking prescription pain pills from patients while apparently working at the Mankato Mayo Hospital. 38-year-old Tess Marie Johnson admitted to taking oxycodone pills from …

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    01 Aug 13