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  • Highway14Sign

    Governor Dayton and the Minnesota Department of Transportation announced Thursday that 10 highway construction projects will receive funding through the state’s new $300-million “Corridors of Commerce” program, including parts of Highway 14. The Highway 14 …

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    15 Nov 13
  • GiveMN

    The state’s fifth annual Give to the Max Day had an overwhelming start, with more than $9-million dollars in donations made before lunchtime — but the high volume of traffic on the website dedicated to …

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    15 Nov 13
  • RazzleDazzle

    The City of Madelia’s annual Razzle Dazzle holiday parade of lights takes place this (FRI) evening. Madelia Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Karla Grev says that the 2-day event is more than just the parade …

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    15 Nov 13
  • Crash2

    A New Ulm woman was seriously injured in a crash on Highway 14 east of Sleepy Eye Wednesday morning. It happened at just before 7:30am. A Ford Super Duty pickup truck driven by 44-year-old Rodney …

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    14 Nov 13
  • CuffedWoman

    A 19-year-old Arlington woman is facing multiple felony charges in Sibley County Court, including manslaughter, after her 8-month-old child died over the weekend. Christina DeLeon was apparently giving both of her boys a bath at …

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    14 Nov 13
  • AndrewDikken2

    A grand jury has indicted a Renville man on first-degree murder charges in the shooting deaths of his ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend. The Yellow Medicine County grand jury on Tuesday indicted 28-year-old Andrew Dikken on …

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    14 Nov 13
  • StephenFritze

    The body found in a log jam on the Minnesota River on Saturday has been positively identified as missing kayaker Stephen Fritze. The Ramsey County Medical Examiner has confirmed the identity of the body following …

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    14 Nov 13
  • GiveMN

    Hundreds of Minnesota nonprofits and school districts around the state are taking part in the 5th annual “Give To The Max Day.” The 24-hours of giving is underway throughout the day today (THU). Spokesperson Dana …

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    14 Nov 13