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  • Flu2

    Health officials say the worst of the flu season appears to be over in Minnesota. The number of flu-related hospitalizations and outbreaks has dropped for the third week in a row, leading officials to say …

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    01 Feb 13
  • HospitalPatient

    A new report shows that the number of “adverse health events” in Minnesota hospitals remained relatively unchanged in 2012, although patient deaths and serious injuries were up. The state Health Department says there were 14 …

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    01 Feb 13
  • SibleyEast

    The search for a new superintendent for the Sibley East School District continues, and the list of potential candidates for the job has now been narrowed down to 4 semi-finalists. Retired Sibley East Superintendent John …

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    01 Feb 13
  • DaytonDisapproves

    Governor Dayton is planning a trade mission to Germany, Sweden and Norway this coming June. The governor and Minnesota business and trade organization leaders will meet with a range of government and business interests in …

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    01 Feb 13
  • SemiRollover

    A semi-truck was involved in a rollover accident on Highway 4 Wednesday morning. It happened at approximately 5:20am in Renville County. The State Patrol says that 41-year-old Scott Klehr of Paynesville was driving a Kenworth …

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    31 Jan 13
  • ThinIce

    The Brown County Sheriff’s Office has issued a thin ice warning for area lakes. Brown County Sheriff Rich Hoffmann would like to remind residents of the Brown County Ordinance regarding driving on lakes that have …

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    31 Jan 13
  • MilkTankerSpill

    Icy road conditions are being blamed for a milk tanker rollover accident on Tuesday that caused 6,000 gallons of milk to spill into a creek in southeastern Minnesota. It happened at around 3am Tuesday just …

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    31 Jan 13
  • NorovirusSufferer

    There’s a new strain of an intestinal bug making Minnesotans sick. The new strain of norovirus is called the Sydney Strain, and has arrived in Minnesota. Health officials say norovirus is unpleasant and can be …

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    31 Jan 13