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  • The Latest – December 16, 2011

    Here is the latest sports news: The Twins have officially signed Josh Willingham. The Wolves signed a pair of players Thursday. The Wild will host the Isles tomorrow. The Vikings host the Saints Sunday. Twins …

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    16 Dec 11
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    RB Adrian Peterson was a limited participant in practice for the second straight day and said he was about “85 percent.” He plans to play Sunday against the Saints. Peterson has missed the last three …

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    16 Dec 11
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    D Justin Falk (upper body) missed his ninth game Wednesday. He has been cleared to play but will have difficulty finding his way back into the lineup unless a Wild defenseman either gets hurt or …

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    16 Dec 11
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    Forward Bonzi Wells has not played in the NBA since the 2007-2008 season, but he is trying to make a comeback with the Minnesota Timberwolves, who signed Wells to a contract on Thursday. The 35-year-old …

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    16 Dec 11
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    Karlee Pfaff scores one of her 13 points during a 50 to 39 loss to Wabasso. The Greyhounds fall to 2 and 2 in the Tomahawk. Wabasso was led by Chelsy Guetter’s 17 points. The Rabbits …

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    16 Dec 11
  • Greek man claims for 19 kids-none real, police say

    A former Greek policeman who invented 19 fictional offspring to claim benefits for what would have been the largest family in Greece has been arrested for benefit fraud, police said.

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    15 Dec 11
  • Reuters Baghdad correspondent Ahmed Rasheed says it was just a day after that first meeting that he began to realize the price his country would have to pay for democracy.

    “Three days after U.S. tanks rolled into Baghdad in April 2003, I had my first encounter with an American marine. I opened my door to find him crouched on the street and holding a pump action shot gun.

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    15 Dec 11
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    MVL came from behind in the first half to walk away with a 81-56 win over GFW Tuesday night. The Chargers Nate Siemers led all scorers with 24 points. Cade Leitheiser led GFW scoters with …

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    15 Dec 11