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  • Fishing

    The City of Waconia is reportedly all set to welcome the 2012 Minnesota Governor’s Fishing Opener. Governor Dayton plans to attend Friday’s community picnic in Waconia, then fish Lake Waconia at just after midnight Saturday …

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    10 May 12
  • Hermann2

    The New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce is holding a Tourism Showcase on today (THU), and the public is welcome to attend. New Ulm Chamber President and CEO Audra Shanemann says there will be representatives …

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    10 May 12
  • WilliamPfefferJr

    A man that escaped from the St. Peter Regional Treatment Center on Tuesday was captured by police on Wednesday. 25-year-old William Daniel Pfeffer Jr reportedly walked away from the St. Peter hospital campus on Tuesday, …

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    10 May 12
  • EmployeeTheft

    A 44-year-old Springfield woman accused of stealing over $100,000 from her place of employment has been sentenced to 60 days in jail and 10 years of supervised probation. Lisa A. Scholten was convicted of 2 …

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    10 May 12
  • PoliceLine

    A 45-year-old Raymond woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to two felony charges of criminal vehicular homicide for a crash south of Litchfield in late 2010 that claimed the lives of two people. Ronda Malvin admitted that …

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    10 May 12
  • Drugs

    A program designed to train officers on how to spot if someone is using drugs is being suspended while authorities investigate claims that a Hutchinson police officer gave marijuana to a potential subject. Another officer …

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    10 May 12
  • VikingsStadium

    The Minnesota Senate passed a Vikings Stadium Bill Tuesday night by a 38-28 margin. The Senate version differs from the House bill which passed Monday, meaning the two now need to be reconciled in conference …

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    09 May 12
  • Capitol Restoration Amendment

    A roughly $500-million Bonding Bill for state public works projects is headed for the desk of Governor Dayton, who’s expected to sign it. The Minnesota House on Tuesday agreed with minor changes the Senate made …

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    09 May 12