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  • Trevor Stenner Shelley

    An assault suspect who was involved in an altercation that left former Maverick football player Isaac Kolstad with life-threatening injuries is asking that the charges be dropped. An attorney representing Trevor Shelley filed a motion …

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    08 Aug 15
  • Sibley East School

    In an effort to bring a medical school to Gaylord and help the Sibley East School District move forward with construction plans, the Gaylord City Council recently approved a land swap that will serve all …

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    08 Aug 15
  • Western Community Action

    Heartland Community Action will grow due to a merger with longtime partner Western Community Action. This past year the agency served over 12 thousand people in McLeod, Meeker, Renville and Kandiyohi counties with a mission …

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    08 Aug 15
  • cattle-theft

    Watonwan County District Court Judge Greg Anderson granted the defense’s motion to suppress statements made by a man during interrogation in a cattle theft. During a contested omnibus hearing Dylan Thompson’s attorney Dan Birkholz argued …

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    07 Aug 15
  • Blue Green algae

    Minnesota Department of Health officials are warning swimmers about harmful blue-green algae and high E. coli levels that have shown up in lakes across the state. Conditions for algae and bacteria can be created by …

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    07 Aug 15
  • steaming hot chocolate

    A young boy was badly burned on hot chocolate while staying at a hotel in Mankato for Viking’s training camp. An 11-year-old boy suffered first and second degree burns when he spilled hot chocolate on …

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    07 Aug 15
  • tornado

    A series of tornadoes touched down in west central Minnesota Thursday evening while heavy down-pours spread across southern Minnesota. The first tornadoes were spotted near New London in Kandiyohi County. Funnel clouds were reported moving …

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    07 Aug 15
  • Target logo

    Minneapolis-based Target is installing credit card chip readers in 1300 of its stores by the end of the week, in an effort to prevent another massive data breech. The push for more secure credit card …

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    07 Aug 15