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  • Train

    A key railroad oversight board has directed two major rail companies to take steps to address the problem of poor rail service affecting Minnesota farmers.  The Surface Transportation Board has directed Canadian Pacific Railway Company …

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    21 Apr 14
  • Vikings stadium 2

    The Minnesota Vikings are contributing another $1.2-million to their new stadium to put in a bigger video board on the facility’s west end and for other video-related upgrades. The funding was approved Friday by the …

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    21 Apr 14
  • CedarMt

    A pair of public meetings are being held this week to give residents of the Cedar Mountain School District an opportunity to learn more about an upcoming Bond Referendum. The $7.7-million bond would be used …

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    21 Apr 14
  • Bloodmobile4

    The American Red Cross is encouraging eligible donors to make saving lives by donating blood a part of their spring routine. The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at Discover Church in Plato from 1 to …

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    21 Apr 14
  • Spring Turkey Hunting Season

    The spring Turkey Hunting Season is under way across Minnesota. The DNR’s Mike Kurre says it runs through May 29th, and the bag limit is one bird. Kurre says turkey hunting is growing in popularity …

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    21 Apr 14
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    21 Apr 14
  • Fire-Grass

    Firefighters from Madison Lake, Eagle Lake, and Cleveland battled an 80-acre grass fire Friday evening. The fire on 320th Street near Eagle Lake was reported at around 4:40pm Friday, and approximately 35 firefighters spent about …

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    19 Apr 14
  • TylerCaputoJamesInman

    Two Mankato men already facing felony drug charges related to the deaths of a 17-year-old girl and a 22-year-old man last month are now facing 3rd-degree Aiding and Abetting Murder charges. Authorities have issued arrest …

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    19 Apr 14