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  • The Latest – December 6, 2011

    Here is the latest sports news: Christian Ponder is dealing with a hip injury. The Twins are bringing back Matt Capps. The Sharks host the Wild. The NBA schedule will be released tonight. Ponder Dealing …

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    06 Dec 11
  • vikes

    TE Visanthe Shiancoe showed up Monday with a swollen hand. The Vikings aren’t sure how he hurt the hand. They sent him for X-rays, which turned out negative. He should be fine in time for …

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    06 Dec 11
  • NHL_Logo

    (Reuters) – The National Hockey League (NHL) will have a new look next season after the Board of Governors approved a switch to a four conference format on Monday. In a surprisingly swift decision, governors …

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    06 Dec 11
  • Gusties win

    The Gustavus men’s basketball team Over came a slow start to defeat Carelton 64 to 56. The Gusties trailed by four at the half, they came out in the second half with a 14 to …

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    06 Dec 11
  • Gustie Men tonight on KRDS

    The Gustavus Men’s Basketball team will try and pick up their second conference win of the season when Carelton comes to Gus Young Court for the home opener, tonight. The Gustie’s enter the game 2 …

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    05 Dec 11
  • Boys Basketball tonight on SAM

    A non-conference boys basketball game can be heard on SAM 107.3, tonight. The GFW Thunderbirds travel to Gaylord to take on the Sibley East Wolverines. This will be the First game of the year for …

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    05 Dec 11
  • Assange says the allegations are politically motivated.

    British judges ruled on Monday that Julian Assange, founder of the whistle-blowing website Wikileaks, could take his year-long fight against extradition to Sweden to the Supreme Court, the highest court in the land.

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    05 Dec 11
  • The inconsistencies have raised questions about Gingrich's true beliefs, as well as his staying power as the conservative of the moment in the Republican campaign

    During his quick ride to the top of voter surveys, Newt Gingrich has cast himself as the more conservative alternative to a flip-flopping Mitt Romney, the other leading Republican candidate for president.

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    05 Dec 11