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    Results for 9/9/13: Volleyball: Fairmont 3 St James 1, Sibley East 3 Glencoe/SL 0, Belle Plaine 3 Tri City United 0,   Boys Soccer: New Ulm 1 Loyola 0,   Tennis: Mankato East 7 New …

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    10 Sep 13
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     Wildlife artists can submit entries to try to be the winning design of the 2014 Minnesota State Pheasant Stamp.  The period to enter began this morning and runs through September 20th.  The winner will not …

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    10 Sep 13
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     The Lynx battle the Seattle Storm again tonight at Key Arena.  Minnesota knocked off Seattle 75-60 on Saturday.  The Lynx have now won six straight and continue to lead the WNBA at 24-and-7.  After tonight’s …

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    10 Sep 13
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    A start time for the Golden Gopher football game against San Jose State has been set.  The September 21st contest will kick off at 11 a.m. at TCF Bank Stadium and be televised by either …

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    10 Sep 13
  • Pictured are the team managers, from left: Pat Lowther, Sleepy Eye; Scott Waldner, New Ulm; Dolf Moon, Hutchinson and Jim Bartels, New Ulm.

      Minnesota Masters Men’s Fastpitch Softball Team came home with two second place finishes at this past weekend’s NAFA National Men’s Fastpitch Softball Tournament in Madison, WI. The 55 and over team lost 11-6 in …

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    09 Sep 13
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     There are a handful of prairie chicken hunting licenses available beginning today to those who were unsuccessful in the prairie chicken hunting license lottery, which ended on September 3rd.  The limited number of remaining licenses …

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    09 Sep 13
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     Wrestling fans are celebrating the decision of the International Olympic Committee to keep wrestling in the Summer Games in 2020.  The I-O-C had earlier announced it was dropping wrestling as an Olympic sport, which led …

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    09 Sep 13
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     Lynx star Lindsay Whalen of Hutchinson set a milestone in Saturday’s win at Seattle.  The former Golden Gopher standout became the second player in the history of the WNBA to surpass career totals of four-thousand …

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    09 Sep 13