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  • Dayton

    Governor Dayton’s administration is laying out a list of ideas for pruning Minnesota’s outdated and duplicated laws. The so-called “Unsession” agenda touches most areas of state government, and calls for eliminated unneeded and outdated laws, …

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    05 Mar 14
  • USCapitol

    The US House has passed a bi-partisan heating assistance transportation bill sponsored by Southern Minnesota Congressman Tim Walz. The First District Democrat says the legislation will help ensure that propane and fuel supplies are delivered …

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    05 Mar 14
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    05 Mar 14
  • Nibbe

    An appeal by a Lake Crystal woman in prison for murdering her husband has been rejected by the Minnesota Court of Appeals, but the ruling left the door open to other possible appeals. 36-year-old Jennifer …

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    04 Mar 14
  • Fire

    Investigators have determined the cause of a fire that destroyed a garage in New Ulm last week. The New Ulm Fire Department responded to the garage fire on South Front Street at around 12:30am on …

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    04 Mar 14
  • PoliceInvestigation

    Authorities in Redwood County are investigating the theft of old farm equipment from an abandoned farm in Brookville Township. The crime was reported last week. Rosemary Pankratz of rural Springfield told investigators that unknown suspects …

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    04 Mar 14
  • Dollars

    The final tally of property taxes due this year presents a mixed bag, with levies rising in some places but falling in others. The Minnesota Department of Revenue has posted jurisdiction-by-jurisdiction details on levies approved …

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    04 Mar 14
  • TemperatureSubzero

    The cold weather records continue to pile up across Minnesota this winter. A record-low temperature of -33 was set Monday morning at International Falls, breaking the previous record of -28 in 1996.  Duluth reported a …

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    04 Mar 14