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  • DaytonDisapproves

    The Minnesota House and Senate Transportation Committees’ transportation budget bills have been delayed after Governor Dayton announced that he would not support a gas tax increase. These bills would have included the tax hike to …

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    10 Apr 13
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    KNUJ’s Hometown Hero for the Month of April is Marvin Stueber of New Ulm. Along with being very active with his church and the Catholic Order of Foresters, Stueber is always willing to lend a …

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    10 Apr 13
  • PrincessCrown

    The McLeod County Dairy Association’s 60th Spring Banquet was held this past weekend, and new McLeod County Dairy Princesses were crowned. They are: Shelby Rolf, the daughter of Dan and Jill Rolf of Glencoe and …

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    10 Apr 13
  • Crash2

    A 22-year-old Hector man involved in a car chase with police on Highway 212 Saturday night has died from the injuries he received from crashing head-on into a squad car. Cody Kirgiss was airlifted to …

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    09 Apr 13
  • WilliamEdwards

    A Lake Crystal man accused of sexually assaulting 2 underage girls was sentenced to 60 months in prison Monday. 22-year-old William Marcus Daniel Edwards pleaded guilty to 2 counts of criminal sexual conduct in January …

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    09 Apr 13
  • Dollars

    Governor Dayton rolled out his $750-million bonding proposal for state public works projects on Monday. It includes $109-million to continue renovations at the State Capitol, $85-million for a new high-tech lab at the U-of-M, $58-million …

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    09 Apr 13
  • TwinCitiesMSA

    The 13-county Twin Cities “Metropolitan Statistical Area” is now 16-counties, with the federal government now recognizing Sibley and Le Sueur counties as part of that entity. Mille Lacs County has also been added to the …

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    09 Apr 13
  • Seeding

    The US Department of Agriculture says Minnesota farmers are getting off to a slow start because of the persistent winter. In its first weekly crop report of the year, the USDA says the cold start …

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    09 Apr 13