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  • MinnesotaNationalGuard

    The Minnesota National Guard’s Agribusiness Development Team is returning home today (TUE) following its first-ever deployment to Afghanistan. Their mission was to help Afghan farmers get better crop yields and better prices for products to …

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    25 Sep 12
  • Crops

    Minnesota farmers continue to make rapid progress on the state’s soybean harvest. The USDA weekly crop progress report for the state says that producers have harvested 45% of the soybean crop as of Sunday, up …

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    25 Sep 12
  • FatalCrash

    Authorities are offering a $1,000 reward for information on the fatal assault of an MSU-Mankato student in an alley in St. Cloud. Twenty-year-old Colton Ryan Gleason of Greenfield was attacked Thursday night. He died of …

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    24 Sep 12
  • MorganCreekVineyard1

    A New Ulm woman was injured while visiting the Morgan Creek Vineyards near New Ulm Saturday evening when she was run over by a John Deere Gator. The incident occurred at shortly after 6pm Saturday. …

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    24 Sep 12
  • Train

    A man was killed by a train in southern Minnesota Sunday night. Authorities in Rice County are continuing to investigate the death after the man was hit by a train in Dundas at around 11:30pm …

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    24 Sep 12
  • Drugs

    An investigation of a program that trains police officers in how to spot symptoms of drug use has ended without charges. The investigation was launched this spring after claims that police had offered or given …

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    24 Sep 12
  • BattleOfWoodLake

    Sunday marked the 150th anniversary of the end of the US-Dakota War. The Battle of Wood Lake took place on September 23rd, 1862. By then, the Native American offensive had slowed considerably, and Minnesota forces …

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    24 Sep 12
  • FloodLevee

    The construction of a more-than $2-million flood levee along the Minnesota River in New Ulm continues, with the work now approaching the half-way point. The dike will run from 9th South to 19th South Street …

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    24 Sep 12