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    Three young men are facing multiple charges after allegedly burglarizing a Minnesota State Trooper’s home in New Prague on three separate occasions. New Prague Police Chief Mark Vosejpka says that the crimes apparently occurred after …

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    14 Apr 14
  • MNCapitolRotundaSigning

    Governor Dayton will officially raise Minnesota’s minimum wage with a special bill-signing ceremony in the Capitol Rotunda this (MON) afternoon. Minimum wage workers will get a series of raises beginning this summer. For large employers, …

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    14 Apr 14
  • Horse

    An outbreak of a potentially deadly equine virus will mean some empty stalls at the upcoming Minnesota Horse Expo. Breed and registry groups and private farms and stables won’t be bringing their horses to the …

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    14 Apr 14
  • IceOut

    In a true sign of spring, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has declared official ice-out dates for six lakes in the state. All six lakes are shallow bodies of water in southern Minnesota. They …

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    14 Apr 14
  • LunarEclipse

    A total lunar eclipse will be visible in Minnesota early Tuesday morning. It happens when the moon passes through the Earth’s shadow and virtually disappears for 78 minutes, and will begin at 2:06am. If it’s …

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    14 Apr 14
  • PurpleUp

    Military families of the deployed as well as Family Readiness Groups, Yellow Ribbon Networks, and all of Minnesota’s military family supporters are invited to Circle Up for “Purple Up!” Month of the Military Child at …

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    14 Apr 14
  • Bloodmobile

    There will be several blood drives around the local area this week as the American Red Cross urges eligible donors to “Spring Into Action” for patients in need. The Bloodmobile will be at the Redwood …

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    14 Apr 14
  • MarijuanaMedicine

    Another poll is showing that a large majority of Minnesotans support the legalization of medical marijuana. A total of 69% of respondents in the new poll think marijuana should be legalized for medical purposes, while …

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    14 Apr 14