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  • Graduation

    High school graduations continue around the area this weekend, with a total of 8 local schools holding their commencement ceremonies. School districts with their graduations today (FRI) include: Butterfield, New Ulm, Nicollet and Wabasso. Schools …

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    24 May 13
  • PaulWickenhauser

    A 22-year-old Cokato man facing over a dozen felony charges for a car crash that killed 3 people last year was scheduled to be in court Wednesday for a pretrial hearing. Paul Anthony Wickenhauser has …

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    23 May 13
  • Crash2

    Two people were injured in a car crash at the intersection of Highways 99 and 111 in the City of Nicollet Wednesday afternoon. It happened at around 3:30pm. An Oldsmobile Silhouette driven by 55-year-old Maria …

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    23 May 13
  • BufordRogers

    A federal grand jury has indicted a Montevideo man for allegedly possessing Molotov cocktails and a pipe bomb. 24-year-old Buford Rogers was arrested earlier this month in what the FBI has called a thwarted terror …

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    23 May 13
  • Dollars

    One of the biggest disappointments of the 2013 legislative session for DFL leaders was the failure to raise the state’s minimum wage. The Senate voted to increase the minimum wage to $7.75 by 2015, while …

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    23 May 13
  • WaconiaGasScam

    A unique type of scam happened in the City of Waconia this past weekend. The owner of the Super America gas station had agreed to sell the business to an unidentified group of people for …

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    23 May 13
  • WireTransfer

    One of the new laws that emerged from the 2013 Minnesota legislative session aims to prevent seniors and others from being scammed through wire transfers of money. Chief Author Representative Joe Atkins says that money …

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    23 May 13
  • DaytonEducationBill

    Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has signed an education package that boosts spending on schools and scales back high-stakes testing. Dayton and Democratic legislators celebrated the $15.7-billion bill Wednesday, which is about $485-million more than the …

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    23 May 13