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  • GrainBins1

    Experts say the nation’s more than 10,000 grain elevators are safer than ever, despite a weekend explosion that killed six people in Kansas. Fine, highly combustible dust flows through grain elevator buildings as the grain …

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    02 Nov 11
  • Vikings

    Minnesota Vikings officials remain optimistic about getting a deal for a new Vikings stadium, despite Tuesday’s announcement by the governor and legislative leaders that basically eliminates a local sales tax as an option for funding …

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    02 Nov 11
  • Strike

    Locked-out union workers at American Crystal Sugar Company have rejected the latest contract offer from the company. Union officials announced Tuesday that 92% of union members participated in the secret ballot, and 90% voted against …

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    02 Nov 11
  • DeerVehicle

    A Waseca woman was hospitalized this (TUE) morning after her car was hit by a deer, causing her to sideswipe another vehicle. 46-year-old Tammy Krohn was driving a Pontiac Grand Prix southbound on Highway 13 …

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    01 Nov 11
  • AlvisMore

    A 77-year-old rural Pemberton man was killed while battling a field fire Monday afternoon. Former Blue Earth County Commissioner Alvis More was apparently burning garbage in a portion of a field that had already been …

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    01 Nov 11
  • Legislature Approves Jacob's Law

    Minnesota leaders have agreed to spend up to $150,000 to begin fine-tuning plans for a proposed state Capitol restoration that could cost hundreds of millions of dollars. Governor Dayton, top lawmakers and others on a …

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    01 Nov 11
  • EricSolorzano

    Authorities have confirmed the identity of human remains discovered in a wooded area near Granite Falls over the weekend.

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    01 Nov 11
  • PrescriptionDrugs

    Prescription drug drop-offs were held around the local area, and the nation on Saturday, and locally are being called a great success. These “Take-Back” events are coordinated by the Drug Enforcement Agency, and local sites …

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    01 Nov 11