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  • Sport Headlines for 9/17/11

    Football Results:Holy Family 40 New Ulm 12St Peter 35 Como Park 20Southland 69 st james 12Fairmont 34 St Paul Central 14Waseca 59 Washburn 28Sleepy Eye 46 Red Rock Central 41SESM 32 Cedar Mt/Comfrey 12Springfield 34 …

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    17 Sep 11
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    16 Sep 11
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      The weather during John Gordon’s final Touch ’Em All golf outing was perfect, and so was the company. Kent Hrbek, Tony Oliva, Bert Blyleven, Frank Quilici, Dave St. Peter, Ron Coomer, Paul Molitor, Dick …

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    16 Sep 11
  • Minnesota Sports

    Here is the latest sports news: Jerry Kill is back with the Gophers. The Twins take on the Tribe. The Lynx and Silver Stars square off in Game One. Kill Returns To Gophers(Minneapolis, MN) — …

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    16 Sep 11
  • Robot to attempt Hawaii triathlon

    After scaling the cliff walls of the Grand Canyon and driving the Le Mans racetrack for 24 hours, a tiny Japanese robot is set for a new challenge — Hawaii’s grueling Ironman Triathlon course.

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    16 Sep 11
  • Sport Headlines for 9/15/11

    Volleyball Results:New Ulm 3 St Peter 0St James 3 Waseca 1Blue Earth 3 Fairmont 1MVL 3 Cathedral 1Cedar Mt/Comfrey 3 Sleepy Eye 1Springfield 3 SESM 0GFW 3 Wabasso 0Nicollet 3 Maple River 0Madelia 3 Alden/Conger …

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    16 Sep 11
  • Snakes in underwear smuggler fined $400

    A Brazilian man who was caught at Miami airport trying to smuggle seven baby pythons and three baby tortoises concealed in his underwear and pockets was fined $400 by a U.S. judge on Wednesday.

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    16 Sep 11
  • People stand beside a branch of Bank Hapoalim, Israel's second largest bank which is controlled by Shari Arison's Arison group, in the southern city of Ashkelon July 27, 2011.

    The U.S. pursuit of offshore tax evaders is widening to include Israel, where U.S. authorities are scrutinizing three of Israel’s largest banks over suspicions their Swiss outposts helped American clients evade taxes, people briefed on the matter said.

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    16 Sep 11