Minnesota News
  • ArchdioceseStPaulMinneapolis

    The Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis could seek bankruptcy protection due to legal cases surrounding alleged clergy sex abuse. Reports from “The Catholic Spirit” online newspaper say ligitation costs are expected to be …

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    21 Nov 14
  • SleepyEye

    Mountain Iron, Plainview, La Crescent, Sleepy Eye, and Two Harbors are the five safest cities in Minnesota, according to a report from SafeWise, a home security comparison website Rankings are based on FBI data on …

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    18 Nov 14
  • Highway169Sign

    State transporation officials plan to completely close Highway 169 to traffic between Mankato and St. Peter for six months in 2016. Local officials are worried about the impact on commuters and the safety implications of …

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    17 Nov 14
  • GasPumps

    Drivers in the U.S should get used to paying less than three dollars for gasoline.  The Energy Department predicted this week the average price will be $2.94 a gallon in 2015.  However Triple-A Minnesota fuel …

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    15 Nov 14
  • Highway169Sign

    Highway 169 is now construction free after several months of detours and slowdowns.  MnDOT officials say traffic now moves uninhibited on 169 north of St. Peter.  Construction on the highway was done to maintain traffic …

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    15 Nov 14
  • Fire

    A fund has been established at the First National Bank in St. James who lost their home and belongings in a fire this week.  19-year-old Alexis Angel Liemthongsamout and her six-month-old daughter Maddyson Murch were …

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    15 Nov 14
  • Grain_Belt_BeerSIGN

    August Schell Brewing Company will soon be the owners of the widely recognized Grain Belt Beer sign on Nicollet Island in Minneapolis. The company plans to preserve the sign and is in the process of …

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    13 Nov 14
  • MNSecurityHospital

    The Minnesota Security Hospital recently received a citation from the Minnesota Department of Human Services for violating policies related to restraint use. The St. Peter facility now has 30 days to complete a formal review …

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    10 Nov 14