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  • InfantImmunization

    This is National Infant Immunization Week, and a new Center for Disease Control study shows that childhood vaccinations not only prevent disease and death, but also result in billions of dollars in savings. The Minnesota …

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    28 Apr 14
  • EdgarFernandez

    The trial of a Madelia man accused of raping a 4-year-old girl was delayed this week due to a possible conflict of interest with the prosecutor. 29-year-old Edgar Cano-Fernandez is facing six counts of criminal …

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    26 Apr 14
  • ChristinaDeLeon

    An Arlington woman charged with manslaughter for the accidental drowning of her infant son last year was in court on Thursday, and Sibley County Judge Thomas McCarthy announced that he will not hear the case. …

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    26 Apr 14
  • Kraft

    Kraft Foods announced on Friday that the company is eliminating its private trucking fleet, a move that will affect 285 jobs around the country, including 40 drivers in New Ulm. Kraft will be using contract …

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    26 Apr 14
  • Pocketknife

    A junior at United South Central High School has been expelled for the rest of the school year after school officials found a pocketknife in her purse. The unanimous decision to expel Alyssa Drescher was …

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    26 Apr 14
  • Coldwater

     The ice is off many lakes around the state and the Department of Natural Resources is reminding Minnesotans of the dangers of still-cold water.  The DNR’s Kara Owens says over 30% of boating fatalities in …

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    26 Apr 14
  • Walleye

    The Minnesota DNR is facing a lawsuit that seeks to throw out its new regulations for Mille Lacs Lake that take effect on the fishing opener in a couple of weeks. Attorney Erick Kaardal, who …

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    26 Apr 14
  • Morning news April 26

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    26 Apr 14