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  • BrokJunkermeier

    The murder trial of a 19-year-old Willmar man is scheduled to get underway this week. Jury selection for the trial of Brok Junkermeier is set to take place today (TUE), and the trial could take …

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    25 Mar 14
  • Scam

    The Minnesota Department of Commerce is filing charges against a Florida-based mortgage company accused of scamming veterans. Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman says the Mortgage Investors Corporation, also known as the Veterans Information Department, tricked veterans …

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    25 Mar 14
  • ECigarette

    A bill that would prohibit the sale of e-cigarettes to minors, and prohibit using them wherever regular cigarettes are banned is headed to the floor of the Minnesota Senate.  The legislation cleared the Senate Commerce …

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    25 Mar 14
  • Combine

    Minnesota Agriculture Week continues, and today (TUE) is National Agriculture Day. Every American farmer feeds approximately 160 people, and there are a total of 2.1-million farms in the US. The 915-million acres of farm land …

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    25 Mar 14
  • RotarySAS

    The New Ulm Rotary Club held its 47th annual Scholars Recognition Banquet on Monday to recognize the top academic achievers from the 3 high schools in New Ulm. The top 15% of graduating seniors from …

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    25 Mar 14
  • CreditCardFraud2

    Authorities are investigating a number of suspicious credit and debit card transactions taking place in the City of Fairmont. The complaints began Thursday, when a Fairmont bank notified law enforcement of suspicious card transactions on …

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    24 Mar 14
  • ParkersFarm

    A Coon Rapids food company is voluntarily recalling products because of a possible listeria contamination. Parkers Farm is asking consumers to return items to their local retailer or discard them. The affected foods include salsa, …

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    24 Mar 14
  • ChildCarSeat

    A statewide seatbelt enforcement effort is underway, and as part of the “Click It Or Ticket” campaign, officials are reminding parents to double-check their kids car seats for proper installation. The Department of Public Safety’s …

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    24 Mar 14