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  • dairycow

    After several profitable years dairy farmers are beginning to feel a crunch as prices have dropped more than one-third since last fall. Profits have been slashed because milk prices have fallen and some farmers are …

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    20 Mar 15
  • Pastoral Dedication

    Bishop John M. LeVoir of the Diocese of New Ulm presented the 2015 Diocesan Distinguished Service Award to six Catholics of the diocese prior to the Bishop Lucker Lecture held Monday at the Church of …

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    20 Mar 15
  • Drought

    The update Thursday from the U.S. Drought Monitor shows that 88 percent of Minnesota is in a moderate drought. The only parts of Minnesota that are not in drought are the southwest, southeast and northeast …

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    20 Mar 15
  • PaulTorkelson

    One week after agreeing to carry Governor Dayton’s buffer legislation in hopes of making the bill acceptable to both environmental and ag interests, State Representative Paul Torkelson said he was troubled by the governor’s accusations …

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    20 Mar 15
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    20 Mar 15
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    20 Mar 15
  • Pheasant

    Twenty-five years after its inception, Pheasants Forever has become a grassroots, nationwide upland conservation movement. The organization has grown to 110,000 members with only 600 chapters across the U.S. and Canada. The Brown County Chapter …

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    19 Mar 15
  • BrownCountyVetsMemorial

    Minnesota is building a tribute on the State Capitol Mall in St. Paul that will forever stand as a thank you to every military and veteran family member. A Brown County resident will be part …

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    19 Mar 15