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  • AlvinSchlangen

    A Stearns County jury has found a Freeport farmer guilty on all 5 counts involving a raw milk investigation.  The charge against Alvin Schlangen for selling raw milk was dismissed.  But, the jury found Schlangen …

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    16 Aug 13
  • DrunkDriving

    More than 40 law enforcement agencies from throughout South Central Minnesota will be cracking down on drunk drivers during a stepped up DWI enforcement campaign that gets underway today (FRI). Nearly 30,000 motorists are arrested …

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    16 Aug 13
  • MNCapitol

    Governor Dayton and legislative leaders meet behind closed doors this (FRI) afternoon at the Capitol to try to agree on the agenda for a special session on storm relief planned for early September.  Republicans are …

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    16 Aug 13
  • TaxCollector1

    The Minnesota Department of Revenue has updated its list of Minnesota businesses prohibited from purchasing liquor, beer or wine to resell. The department updates the list each month to reflect companies that have failed to …

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    16 Aug 13
  • PatrickRohland

    Governor Dayton on Thursday announced the appointment of Patrick R. Rohland as District Court Judge in Minnesota’s Fifth Judicial District. Rohland will be replacing Judge David W. Peterson, who retired earlier this year, with the …

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    16 Aug 13
  • ButteredCorn

    The 52nd Annual Buttered Corn Days Celebration gets underway today (FRI) in the City of Sleepy Eye. It features free buttered sweet corn, along with other food, kids games, a craft fair, live music, and …

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    16 Aug 13
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    16 Aug 13
  • PowerLineAccident

    More information has been released on a fatal accident involving workers with the CapX 2020 high-voltage power line project falling into a 50-foot hole near New Prague on Wednesday. Great River Energy Spokesperson Randy Fordice …

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    15 Aug 13