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  • TilledField

    Minnesota farmers were able to make moderate planting progress over the past week, according to the USDA Crop Report. More progress was made on sandier soils before planting was once again halted by rains late …

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    14 May 14
  • MichaelBrodkorb

    The Minnesota Senate has received its final legal bill in a now-settled lawsuit filed by a fired staffer that cost more than $400,000 to defend against. The latest invoice lists over $7,200 in remaining legal …

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    14 May 14
  • ECigarette

    An attempt to treat electronic cigarettes like regular smokes has stalled in the Minnesota Legislature. A House-Senate conference committee on Tuesday decided against adding e-cigarette use to the indoor air laws that would have prohibited …

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    14 May 14
  • ClarkJohnson

    District 19-A State Representative Clark Johnson is completing his first full Legislative Session this year, and has announced that he will campaign to retain his seat in the Legislature. He says he is looking forward …

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    14 May 14
  • HometownHero

    The KNUJ Hometown Heroes for the month of May are a GFW High School senior and his college student friend from Hector. Travis Schroedl of Fairfax and his friend Jake Kindt had heard Travis’ grandfather …

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    14 May 14
  • Hermann2

    Real estate research site Movoto has released a ranking of the safest places in Minnesota, and the City of New Ulm came in at Number Eight. Movoto reportedly looked at 84 communities across Minnesota with …

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    14 May 14
  • Springfield

    The Mayo Clinic Health System in the City of Springfield is sponsoring a “Health Fair” for area residents today (WED). Numerous exhibitors will be on hand with topics for people of all ages. There will …

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    14 May 14
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    14 May 14