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    The Minnesota Vikings have unveiled the plans for their new stadium. The $975-million facility will feature a translucent roof, large movable doors and seating for 65,000 fans. The stadium will be built on the site …

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    14 May 13
  • Dayton2013Opener

    Governor Dayton will spend the fishing opener weekend in the Brainerd Lakes Area in 2014. The 67th annual Governor’s Fishing Opener will be on Gull Lake next year, with the Grand View Lodge in Nisswa …

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    14 May 13
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    A 70-year-old Lafayette woman was injured in a car crash on Highway 15 Saturday afternoon. It happened at just after 1pm at the intersection with Sibley County Road 8. A 1998 Chevy Monte Carlo driven …

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    13 May 13
  • MNLegislature

    Minnesota lawmakers are bearing down for the legislative session’s homestretch. Today (MON) marks one week until the mandatory adjournment deadline. Much is left to do. The House and Senate still need to pass compromise bills …

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    13 May 13
  • Highway5

    Construction on Highway 5 from Gaylord to Arlington is expected to get underway today (MON). Work will begin on a bridge just east of Gaylord resulting in a two-week detour to Highway 19 and Sibley …

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    13 May 13
  • CourtlandSign

    Crews are expected to begin reconstructing the sidewalks along Highway 14 in Courtland today (MON). The project includes removing the existing sidewalks and constructing new concrete sidewalks and pedestrian curb ramps from Red Shoe Drive …

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    13 May 13
  • Bloodmobile

    The American Red Cross Bloodmobile is again making stops around the local area this week. The need for blood is constant, and all blood types are needed, especially O-Negative, B-Negative, and A-Negative. Eligible donors can …

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    13 May 13
  • Dayton2013Opener

    Thousands of Minnesota anglers are taking part in this weekend’s fishing opener. Even though many lakes in northern Minnesota are still frozen over, DNR Fisheries Chief Dirk Peterson is optimistic that there will be good …

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    11 May 13