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  • Police lights

    Crashes at intersections and leaving traffic lanes remain a top cause of fatal and serious crashes in south-Central Minnesota.  There was a spike in fatalities last year but serious injury crashes have been on a …

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    27 Apr 16
  • Dietches-planting-beans-2-300x170

    Many farmers across Minnesota have gotten an early start on planting this spring due to the warmer weather.  The U.S Department of Agriculture estimates that the state’s corn planting is about 45-percent complete and it …

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    27 Apr 16
  • Ambulance

    A 68-year-old Butterfield man suffered life threatening injuries in a farm accident Tuesday afternoon in Long Lake Township in Watonwan County.  Officials say he fell in a grain truck and was trapped and they say …

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    27 Apr 16
  • MnDotLogow

    Minnesota schools and communities are invited to apply for the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s bicycle fleets and trailers funding.  This funding will support teachers across the state using the Walk! Bike! Fun! curriculum to help …

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    26 Apr 16
  • tornado

    A shop in Blue Earth was damaged by straight-line winds Sunday night.  Officials say a roof was blown off the building in the south end of Blue Earth during thunderstorms that moved through southern Minnesota. …

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    26 Apr 16
  • Gov dayton

    Governor Dayton signed a bill into law Monday that clarifies last year’s buffer strip regulations.  This ends more than a year’s worth of work on how to improve water quality throughout the state’s stream system. …

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    26 Apr 16
  • Northrop church fire

    Students and teachers at St. James Lutheran School in Northrop were upbeat Monday as they resumed classes in their school building that was damaged by smoke and water in a March 30th fire.  Principal Sara …

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    26 Apr 16
  • Tink Larson Field

    Authorities suspect the fire that destroyed Tink Larson Field in Waseca on April 6th was intentionally set.  Authorities continue to identify and interview people who were near the field before and after the fire began. …

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    26 Apr 16