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  • TrafficJam

    Travel experts are calling today (THU) the unofficial kickoff to the Labor Day weekend, and more Minnesotans are expected to be traveling over the holiday this year. Triple-A Minnesota Spokesperson Gail Weinholzer says that 4.2% …

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    29 Aug 13
  • TannerJarvis

    A Renville County man has been sentenced to nearly 4 years in prison for selling methamphetamine. 22-year-old Tanner William Jarvis of Renville was sentenced to 41 months in the State Correctional Facility in St. Cloud …

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    28 Aug 13
  • Temperature2

    Communities across Minnesota continue to experience record-setting high temperatures this week, and an Excessive Heat Warning remains in effect until Midnight tonight (WED). Physicians says that it’s important to stay hydrated throughout the day and …

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    28 Aug 13
  • MNLegislature

    A joint House-Senate committee is beginning the work of developing a storm disaster aid package that Minnesota lawmakers will consider in an emergency session next month. The group is convening tonight (WED) to help shape …

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    28 Aug 13
  • DayCare

    A drive to unionize Minnesota home daycare workers will be allowed to continue while opponents appeal. US District Judge Michael Davis on Tuesday refused to grant opponents an injunction pending appeal. Davis ruled last month …

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    28 Aug 13
  • NehlsParkTower

    The New Ulm Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday learned that the construction of a new water tower in the city’s Nehl’s Park is slightly behind schedule.  PUC Planning and Development Engineer Pat Wrase says that …

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    28 Aug 13
  • GeorgeRohrich

    St. Peter’s River’s Edge Hospital and Clinic has a new CEO. The hospital commission approved the contract of George Rohrich last week, and the St. Peter City Council gave its approval Monday night. The 26-month …

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    28 Aug 13
  • ScottFroelich

    The City of Fairfax got a new Chief of Police this month. The Fairfax City Council unanimously voted to promote Patrolman Scott Froehlich to Police Chief to replace outgoing Chief Kevin Hagen, who left the …

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    28 Aug 13