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  • censured

    The Hutchinson School Board has approved a resolution censuring board member Lori Hornick-Lindell. The board held a special meeting this morning at the district office to decide what to do after carefully considering the recent …

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    21 Jan 15
  • Brian Fitch

    ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) — Opening statements in the trial of a man accused of killing a Mendota Heights police officer have been delayed until Thursday, after prosecutors said they have new evidence. Opening statements …

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    21 Jan 15
  • District 423

    The Hutchinson School Board is holding a special meeting tomorrow morning (Wednesday) at the district office, with one of the school board members as the topic of discussion. The meeting is being held at 7am …

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    20 Jan 15
  • Hutchinson Police Cruiser

    A Hutchinson School Board member has been arrested for DWI and charges are pending. Hutchinson Police say 45-year-old Lori Ann Hornick-Lindell was arrested after a traffic stop Tuesday night just after 11:30. Police say an officer on patrol …

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    15 Jan 15
  • influenza

    (MNN/St. Paul, MN) — “A crazy, early, widespread and severe influenza season this year,” the state Health Department’s Infectious Disease Coordinator Kris Ehresmann told lawmakers at the Minnesota Capitol Wednesday. Ehresmann says there have been …

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    15 Jan 15
  • Road Rage

    A Watertown man has been charged with second-degree assault and impersonating a police officer in connection with a road rage incident on Jan. 2. 30-year-old Charles Robert Christie was arrested at his home and held …

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    10 Jan 15
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    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota has recorded its fourth death of a child linked to influenza this season. Minnesota Department of Health spokesman Doug Schultz says that’s two more than the pediatric deaths reported …

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    09 Jan 15
  • MnDot Snowplow

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Roads have reopened in southwestern Minnesota but transportation officials are still advising no travel in south-central and southwestern parts of the state because of blizzard conditions. A blustery winter storm made travel …

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    08 Jan 15