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  • ToddHoffnerAgreement

    Head coach Todd Hoffner and his MSU football team will be on the practice field today (FRI). Hoffner is back in Mankato after an arbitration ruling said the school must give him back his job …

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    18 Apr 14
  • MichaelFoods

    Michael Foods announced Thursday that it is being bought by Post for $2.45-billion. Michael Foods, which has a facility in Gaylord, produces a broad range of egg products, potato products, and cheese and dairy-case foods …

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    18 Apr 14
  • PollutedRiver

    The ethanol plant in Buffalo Lake formerly owned by Minnesota Energy is in the process of correcting water and air quality violations, and must pay a $10,000 penalty, under an agreement with the Minnesota Pollution …

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    18 Apr 14
  • Jobs

    The Department of Employment and Economic Development announced Thursday that Minnesota employers added 2,600 jobs in March. The state’s unemployment rate remained unchanged at 4.8% last month, well below the national jobless rate of 6.7%. …

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    18 Apr 14
  • CarlsCorner

    WCCO-TV has concluded its online voting to find “The Best Fried Chicken In Minnesota,” and the winner is….Carl’s Corner of Essig! The voting involved over a dozen restaurants from around the state, and Carl’s Corner …

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    18 Apr 14
  • Winter Snowstorm Blasts The Midwest

    Icy and wet road conditions on Wednesday caused several crashes around the area. Two people were injured when a Toyota Camry struck a Dodge Ram pickup on Highway 60 in Bingham Lake at just before …

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    17 Apr 14
  • Nibbe

    The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that the 2nd-degree murder conviction of a rural Lake Crystal woman will stand. Jennifer Nibbe pleaded guilty to killing her husband James while he slept in August of 2010, …

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    17 Apr 14
  • JeffreyMatthews

    A former Watonwan County fraud investigator accused of claiming over $1,600 in wages for time he was not working was sentenced to 3 years of unsupervised probation on Tuesday. 55-year-old Jeffrey Matthews of New Ulm …

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    17 Apr 14