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  • vk

    K Ryan Longwell is in the midst of his worse slump since joining the Vikings in 2006. After making 15 consecutive field goal attempts and going two-plus seasons with only three misses, Longwell has missed …

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    03 Nov 11
  • hock

    THE STORY: The Minnesota Wild have had their troubles of late with the Vancouver Canucks. Given what the Eastern Conference champions have done in their past two games, Thursday night may not be the best …

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    03 Nov 11
  • Section Volleyball Matchups

    Section Semi-finals in volleyball tonight dominates the local schedule.Coming up on 860 AM KNUJ, Section 2A Semi’s feature LCWM and United South Central at 6pm followed by BOLD and Springfield around 8pm at the New Ulm …

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    03 Nov 11
  • Sports-Results

    MIAC Mens Soccer Results

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    03 Nov 11
  • The Latest – November 2, 2011

    Here is the latest sports news: The Wild and Canucks will clash at The X. Jared Allen took home some hardware Wednesday. The Gophers are gearing up for the Spartans. Wild Hosts Canucks(St. Paul, MN) …

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    03 Nov 11
  • Putin hails Russian boy as world’s “7 billionth”

    Prime Minister Vladimir Putin hailed a two-day old Russian boy as the world’s seven billionth person Wednesday, weighing into a bizarre scramble to claim a title that is almost impossible to verify.

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    02 Nov 11
  • Parishioners asked to attend church unarmed

    Roman Catholic bishops in Wisconsin are urging their parishioners not to bring weapons to church now that a new law permits state residents to carry concealed firearms.

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    02 Nov 11
  • WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange speaks to protesters outside St Paul's Cathedral, next to the London Stock Exchange, in central London October 15, 2011.

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, whose activities have angered the U.S. government, should be sent to Sweden from Britain to face questioning over alleged sex crimes, the High Court ruled on Wednesday, rejecting his appeal against extradition.

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    02 Nov 11