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    Governor Mark Dayton was in City of Marshall over the weekend for the Second Annual Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener, and next year the event will be held in Watonwan County. Officials with the City of …

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    15 Oct 12
  • MotorcycleCrash

    A Hutchinson woman was hospitalized Friday night after losing control of her Harley Davidson motorcycle on Highway 15 near Brownton. 46-year-old Adair Paulson was driving the Harley northbound on 15 when she lost control near …

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    13 Oct 12
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    Authorities in Sibley County are investigating a series of break-ins that occurred in the cities of Winthrop and Gaylord this week. Several Winthrop businesses were broken into, including GuidePoint Pharmacy, Tanker Bay, and Winthrop Lanes. …

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    13 Oct 12
  • Flu

    The flu season is officially here. The Minnesota Department of Health has recorded its first two cases of influenza for the season, although neither person had to be hospitalized. The Department of Health’s Kris Ehressman …

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    13 Oct 12
  • FatalCrash

    A 23-year-old Mountain Lake woman is dead after a rollover accident in Cottonwood County Wednesday night. Hollie Mattison was driving a Chevy Blazer westbound on Highway 60 just outside of Windom at about 8pm when …

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    12 Oct 12
  • FieldFire

    Fire crews from several departments battled a pair of wildfires in eastern Blue Earth County on Thursday. The fires reportedly started at around 10am just east of Eagle Lake. Investigators say that an apparent failed …

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    12 Oct 12
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    Minnesota motorists are being reminded to buckle up as another seatbelt enforcement effort begins today (FRI). The cost of a ticket for not wearing a seatbelt is $115 per passenger. The Minnesota Department of Public …

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    12 Oct 12
  • Vote

    Election Day is a little more than three weeks away, and many of those who won’t be able to vote on November 6th are already sending in their absentee ballots. The Secretary of State’s Office …

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    12 Oct 12