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  • Crops

    Minnesota farmers continue to make progress on planting corn and soybeans, thanks to warm, dry weather. The USDA’s weekly crop-weather report for Minnesota says that corn planting has jumped to 88% planted, with 45% of …

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    15 May 12
  • Cuffs

    Three men were arrested for burglary in North Mankato early Monday morning after allegedly being caught in the act. The arrests occurred at just after midnight Monday when a North Mankato police officer on routine …

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    15 May 12
  • VikingsStadiumSigning

    Governor Dayton signed the Vikings stadium bill into law during a noon ceremony in the State Capitol rotunda Monday. The governor was joined by Minnesota Vikings owners, the bill authors and leaders from the labor …

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    15 May 12
  • MinnesotaNationalGuard

    The US House will vote on a bill today (TUE) that would restore full military benefits to members of the Minnesota National Guard. Congressman John Kline’s legislation must receive two-thirds support to pass but is …

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    15 May 12
  • Podhradsky1

    The Nicollet County Board will be conducting interviews with the 3 finalists for the position of Nicollet County Administrator today (MON). Current County Administrator Bob Podhradsky retires on June 22nd after a 40-year career in …

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    14 May 12
  • HandFootMouthDisease

    The Martin County area and other locations in southern Minnesota have seen outbreaks of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease recently. The disease causes painful sores in the mouth and on the palms and soles of …

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    14 May 12
  • AsianCarp

    There’s a back door for Asian carp to sneak into Minnesota, and fisheries officials are worried the invaders might have found it already. It runs through Iowa. Commercial fishermen recently netted dozens of Asian carp …

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    14 May 12
  • VikingsStadium

    Today (MON) will be a big day at the Capitol for Vikings fans – as Governor Dayton signs the stadium bill into law. Dayton has been 1 of the biggest cheerleaders for the new $975-million …

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    14 May 12