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  • USCapitol

    The Republican-controlled US House passed a pared-down Farm Bill Thursday afternoon which makes no changes to food stamps, postponing that fight until later. Minnesota Congressman Collin Peterson says he sees no clear path forward, because …

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    12 Jul 13
  • Crops

    The US Department of Agriculture has slightly lowered its estimate of this year’s corn crop, reflecting late planting in the Corn Belt caused by a wet spring. Farmers are now expected to harvest a total …

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    12 Jul 13
  • MichaelBrodkorb1

    A fired Minnesota Senate operative has made detailed accusations of sexual affairs at the Capitol as part of his federal wrongful termination lawsuit. Michael Brodkorb has submitted a court filing that lists other lawmakers and …

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    12 Jul 13
  • Roadwork

    Paving work on Highway 15 from Highway 212 to Denver Avenue in Hutchinson got underway Thursday, and motorists can expect to experience delays. The bituminous paving is being done in conjunction with the $5.2-million roadway …

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    12 Jul 13
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    12 Jul 13
  • Crash

    An 18-year-old from Lamberton was injured in a car accident in Pipestone County early Wednesday afternoon. Dominick Ziesemer was driving an Oldsmobile Cutlass on Highway 23 when he ran off the road at around 12:30pm. …

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    11 Jul 13
  • MichaelMueller

    A Waldorf man accused of sexually assaulting an 11-year-old child made an appearance in Waseca County Court on Tuesday. 42-year-old Michael Allan Mueller is facing 7 different criminal charges, including indecent exposure, 1st and 2nd-degree …

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    11 Jul 13
  • DougFlieth

    A long-time coach with the Sibley East School District is facing criminal charges after allegedly taking an “upskirt” picture with his cell phone of the stylist that was cutting his hair Saturday morning. The woman …

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    11 Jul 13