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    NCAAB Team Report – Minnesota – GETTING INSIDE Minnesota coach Tubby Smith might want to rethink his evaluation on his team’s ability to win close games. Last year, the Gophers fell victim to an inability …

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    06 Jan 12
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    NBA Team Report – Minnesota Timberwolves – GETTING INSIDE It’s games like this that will age Timberwolves coach Rick Adelman even quicker. After two well-played games, two victories over quality teams, the Wolves reverted to …

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    06 Jan 12
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    NHL Team Report – Minnesota Wild – INSIDE SHOTS A month ago, the Wild looked like playoff shoo-ins. Now, it’s 1-7-3 in its past 11 after Wednesday’s 3-0 loss to Vancouver and clinging to a …

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    06 Jan 12
  • Boys Basketball tonight on KNUJ

    A South Central Boys basketball game tonight on 860 AM KNUJ.The New Ulm Eagles travel to Fairmont to take on the Cardinals.Game time is approximately 7;30pm, coverage on KNUJ begins around 7;20pm.

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    06 Jan 12
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    Girls Hockey: New Ulm 6 Waseca 3, Gymnastics: New Ulm 133.2 St Peter 115.175

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    06 Jan 12
  • The Latest – January 6, 2012

    Here is the latest sports news: The Wolves host the Cavs. The Gophers face Purdue Sunday. The Wild will visit the Flames tomorrow. Wolves Host Cavs(Minneapolis, MN) — The Timberwolves host the Cavaliers at the …

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    06 Jan 12
  • A view of humvees parked at a courtyard at Camp Liberty in Baghdad September 30, 2011

    President Barack Obama unveiled a defense strategy on Thursday that would expand the U.S. military presence in Asia but shrink the overall size of the force as the Pentagon seeks to slash spending by nearly half a trillion dollars after a decade of war.

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    05 Jan 12
  • Cancer rates in U.S. keep falling: American Cancer Society

    Cancer death rates are continuing to fall, dropping by 1.8 percent per year in men and 1.6 percent per year in women between 2004 and 2008, according to the American Cancer Society’s annual report on cancer statistics released on Wednesday.

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    05 Jan 12