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  • TroopsWelcomeHome

    Around 300 Minnesota National Guard soldiers per-day begin arriving at Camp Shelby in Mississippi this week as they prepare to come home. Minnesota National Guard Mobilization Officer Major Gerald Halloran says that nearly 3,000 of …

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    09 Apr 12
  • MysteryTombstone

    Authorities in McLeod County are mystified over a child’s tombstone that was found three years ago and apparently dates back more than a century. Sheriff’s officials have been trying to identify the tombstone, with no …

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    09 Apr 12
  • Franken On Post Office Closings

    US Senator Al Franken will be visiting the City of Mankato this week to discuss Rural Energy and Helping Homeless Veterans. The visit takes place on Tuesday. Franken will discuss his efforts to help farmers …

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    09 Apr 12
  • RedFlag

    It’s yet another day of dangerous wildfire conditions across much of the lower half of Minnesota.  The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for a fourth-consecutive day — extending from western Minnesota …

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    09 Apr 12
  • CarVsTree

    A 21-year-old Freeport man involved in a car crash in Blue Earth County last month has now been charged with criminal vehicular operation. Brant Tyler Johnson was reportedly driving erratically and at a high rate …

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    09 Apr 12
  • ATV

    A man died early Sunday after he lost control of the all-terrain vehicle he was driving and struck a tree in Avon. Stearns County officials say the ATV crash happened on Schuman Lake Road at …

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    09 Apr 12
  • LegacyAmendment1

    Dozens of organizations around the state are recording and sharing Minnesota’s story and preserving it for future generations, and Historical and Cultural Heritage Grants, funded by the Legacy Amendment are assisting in that effort. The …

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    09 Apr 12
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    07 Apr 12