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  • Vikings Stadium Update

    A major setback for a Vikings stadium bill late Monday night in a Minnesota House committee. The bill is barely alive after failing on a six-to-nine vote, with under two weeks to the target date …

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    17 Apr 12
  • TedSuss1

    The Minnesota DFL Party officially endorsed Ted Suss of Wabasso as it’s candidate for the District 16 State Senate seat during the district convention in Granite Falls over the weekend. Suss was unanimously chosen to …

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    17 Apr 12
  • DistractedDriving

    Law enforcement agencies around the state are launching a one-day campaign against the dangers of not paying attention while behind the wheel. Safety officials say distracted driving is involved in one-fourth of all highway crashes …

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    17 Apr 12
  • PlaneCrash

    A rural Clara City man suffered minor injuries when he crashed his ultra-light plane in Chippewa County Saturday. The small aircraft operated by Boyd Folkerts crashed in a field north of Bunde. Folkerts told officials …

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    17 Apr 12
  • Burglars

    Two men from rural Blue Earth County are in custody for their alleged involvement in a burglary in Mankato over the weekend. 30-year-old Adam Joseph Willert and 28-year-old Joshua James Dobie were arrested at their …

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    17 Apr 12
  • Walz1

    Southern Minnesota Democratic Representative Tim Walz has a major financial advantage over his potential opponents for Minnesota’s 1st Congressional District this fall. Campaign reports filed over the weekend show Walz, a third-term congressman, with considerably …

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    17 Apr 12
  • PaulTorkelson1

    Lawmakers come back to the State Capitol today (MON) after their Easter and Passover break, with two weeks remaining to the target date Republican leaders set to finish the session. Local Representative Paul Torkelson says …

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    16 Apr 12
  • More Local Troops Home Tuesday

    A total of 215 Minnesota National Guard soldiers returned home from Kuwait Sunday, including troops from Redwood Falls and Hutchinson. Hundreds more will follow in the weeks to come. For some soldiers, the adjustment to …

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    16 Apr 12