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  • BufordRogers

    A federal judge in the case of an alleged bomb-maker from Montevideo says prosecutors can’t use some of the defendant’s statements at trial because FBI agents went too far in their initial questioning of the …

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    09 Dec 13
  • MichaelBrodkorb

    In the end, the Minnesota Senate will have spent at least $390,000 on legal defense fees in the now-settled lawsuit filed by a fired staffer. The latest and possibly last invoice in the case was …

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    09 Dec 13
  • Thailand&Neighbors

    Minnesota Agriculture Commissioner Dave Frederickson is leading a trade mission to Vietnam and Thailand starting this week, and the focus will be on feed. The eight-member delegation, which leaves Tuesday, will include representatives of feed …

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    09 Dec 13
  • BenLeonard

    Nicollet County Historical Society Director Ben Leonard has his last day on the job on Friday after 9-and-a-half years, and the search for a replacement is underway. Leonard says that he is proud of the …

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    09 Dec 13
  • HolidayTrain

    The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train stopped in New Ulm and Springfield on Sunday, and made generous donations to the food shelfs in both communities. Around 400 people were on hand for the Holiday Train stop …

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    09 Dec 13
  • RedKettle

    After five straight days of bell ringing, 105 hours in all, Salvation Army Captain Jim Brickson of Albert Lea put down the bell Saturday night–ending in a three-way tie with two men from California and …

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    09 Dec 13
  • Bloodmobile

    The American Red Cross has several blood drives around the area this week as blood donations continue to fall during the hectic holiday season. As part of the “Give Something That Means Something” winter campaign, …

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    09 Dec 13
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    09 Dec 13