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    The executive director of Minnesota’s online healthcare exchange resigned Tuesday amid controversy over the rocky rollout of the state insurance marketplace. April Todd-Malmlov has faced criticism as well for taking a trip to Costa Rica …

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    18 Dec 13
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    Reports of lights overheating, melting or smoking have prompted the recall of around 1,800 pre-lit, artificial Christmas trees sold exclusively at Menards. The trees were sold for about $300 at Menards stores between September and …

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    18 Dec 13
  • Dollars

    The state Department of Employment and Economic Development plans to open two new foreign trade offices in 2014. San Paulo, Brazil and Seoul, South Korea will join Dusseldorf-Cologne, Germany as the state’s three foreign trade …

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    18 Dec 13
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    The New Ulm City Council approved the city’s budget and property tax levy for 2014 Tuesday evening. The city’s tax levy next year will be increasing by around 3%. The $21-million New Ulm budget for …

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    18 Dec 13
  • Landfill

    The Brown County Board Tuesday voted to table the acceptance of 10-thousand cubic yards of contaminated soil from a downtown Mankato project for the Brown County Landfill. Brown County Assistant Planning and Zoning Administrator Desiree …

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    18 Dec 13
  • Walz

    Southern Minnesota Congressman Tim Walz met with ag officials and local farmers at the POET biorefining plant in Lake Crystal on Monday to discuss the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to change the nation’s renewable fuel …

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    18 Dec 13
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    18 Dec 13
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    17 Dec 13