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  • Spring

    Friday’s sunny weather had southern Minnesota residents bringing out their shorts and t-shirts as the temperature made its way into the 50’s for the first time in nearly 4-months. The mercury officially topped out at …

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    30 Mar 13
  • Tornado

    The National Weather Service will begin providing more detailed severe weather warnings in Minnesota beginning Monday. Forecasters say the more descriptive information is aimed at getting people to safety sooner when severe weather approaches. Tornado …

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    30 Mar 13
  • ManureSpreading

    A winter of heavy snowfall and freezing rain is giving way to warming temperatures, rapid melting and a potential for flooding. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency says that poses challenges for manure management among the …

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    30 Mar 13
  • ChristensenFarms

    Christensen Farms and Feedlots this week announced the appointment of Glenn L. Stolt as CEO, effective immediately. Stolt was named Interim CEO in November upon the unexpected death of Christensen Farms Founder and CEO Bob …

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    30 Mar 13
  • TargetField

    There will be something new on the menu at Target Field when the Minnesota Twins open the 2013 season: Goat. The new food vendors include AZ Canteen, a venture of Minnesota Celebrity Chef Andrew Zimmern, …

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    30 Mar 13
  • DanielRenville2

    A Redwood Falls man has been convicted of 1st-degree criminal sexual conduct following a 2-day jury trial. 29-year-old Daniel Leith Renville was found guilty of sexually assaulting a woman in Redwood Falls in August of …

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    29 Mar 13
  • MethLab

    A building in Cottonwood County will require a special clean-up this Spring following the discovery of a meth lab. The county will hire a firm that specializes in methamphetamine contamination clean-up for the former Studio …

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    29 Mar 13
  • HospitalPatient

    The number of flu-related deaths continues to rise in Minnesota. The state Department of Health says 4 additional influenza deaths were confirmed last week, bringing the number of people who have died from the flu …

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    29 Mar 13