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  • Court

    A Sleepy Eye woman accused of stealing thousands of dollars from her vulnerable adult daughter was sentenced to 5 years of probation in Brown County Court on Friday and ordered to pay $10,000 in restitution. …

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    12 May 12
  • Dollars

    Governor Dayton has signed a nearly $500-million public works Bonding Bill package that includes money for college buildings, flood prevention and local roads and bridges. Dayton had wanted more projects as a boost to Minnesota’s …

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    12 May 12
  • GHEC

    The Granada-Huntley-East Chain School Board has approved a 3-year contract for a new superintendent for the district. Dr. Steven Heyd is currently the vice president of academics and curriculum at Sisseton Wahpeton College in South …

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    12 May 12
  • Milk

    A Minnesota farmer who distributes raw milk goes on trial next week in a case that pits efforts to ensure a safe food supply against the rights of consumers to choose what they drink and …

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    12 May 12
  • Metrodome

    As the Minnesota Vikings celebrate the approval of new stadium for the team in the Legislature this week, there’s a bit of irony for Minnesotans who read Time Magazine. The latest issue includes a list …

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    12 May 12
  • VikingsStadium

    The Minnesota Senate approved the Vikings Stadium Bill on Thursday on a vote of 36-30 vote. Governor Dayton met with the Viking owners following the vote, and Zygi Wilf thanked Minnesotans for their passion for …

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    11 May 12
  • MNDNR

    Expect to be checked. That’s the word from the Minnesota DNR on this eve of the fishing opener. Officials plan increased patrols along the state’s waterways, making sure people remove aquatic invasive species from their …

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    11 May 12
  • Flu

    The flu season continues to drag on in Minnesota. State health officials report two influenza-related deaths and six hospitalizations during the first week of May. There were also two schools and one nursing home that …

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    11 May 12