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  • MinnesotaNationalGuard

    A total of 220 soldiers from across the state report to Camp Ripley in Little Falls today (FRI) for pre-deployment training. 34th Combat Aviation Brigade Spokesperson Lt. Holly Elkin says the soldiers will be preparing …

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    02 May 14
  • DroughtMap4.29.14

    The heavy rain and even snow that has covered much of Minnesota for the past several days hasn’t quite made the drought go away. The updated US Drought Monitor map released Thursday shows that the …

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    02 May 14
  • Rain

    Many Minnesotans are pleased that the rainy month of April 2014 has come to an end. It was above normal for precipitation, but Assistant State Climatologist Pete Boulay says it was not one of the …

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    02 May 14
  • Franken

    Lawmakers with the US Senate Energy Committee convened a hearing Thursday to investigate the causes of this winter’s propane shortages.  Minnesota Senator Al Franken says it was caused by a “Confluence of events.” Minnesota turkey …

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    02 May 14
  • HitRun

    Governor Dayton has signed the so-called “Hit & Run” bill into law. It requires a driver to stop and investigate property damage or possible personal injury after a car crash.  The new state law closes …

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    02 May 14
  • Corsages

    The High School prom season continues this weekend, with a total of 9 area school districts holding their formal dances. Local schools with Prom taking place on Saturday include: Belle Plaine, Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart, Central, Comfrey, …

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    02 May 14
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    02 May 14
  • Crash2

    A 78-year-old woman from Iowa was injured in a collision with a semi-truck on Highway 15 near Madelia Wednesday afternoon. Agnes Hartman of Crystal Lake, Iowa was driving a GMC Terrain SUV southbound on 15 …

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    01 May 14