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  • Blomkest Man Burglary Sentence

    A 21-Year-old Blomkest man was sentenced this week to five years of probation, 106 days in jail and $600 in fines on two third-degree burglary charges for smashing his way into and robbing jewelry stores …

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    28 Jan 12
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    The new University of Minnesota President was in Hutchinson earlier this week attending a couple of events. Dr. Eric Kaler was in Hutchinson attending an Ag Seminar and a speaking at a Rotary Club meeting …

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    27 Jan 12
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    Hutchinson Technology Incorporated is reporting a net loss of $12.5 million, or $0.53 per share, on net sales of $58.5 million for its fiscal first quarter ending December 25th, 2011. The results for the quarter …

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    27 Jan 12
  • amy ann romero

    Former Sibley County resident 29-year-old Amy Ann Romero has been indicted on 7 felony counts including murder in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd degree, 2 counts of manslaughter, neglect of a child, and child endangerment. …

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    27 Jan 12
  • Timothy Larson1

    The family of Timothy Richard Larson has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the two rural Paynesville men accused of shooting and killing the 43-year-old Albertville man in October in northern Kandiyohi County. The West …

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    26 Jan 12
  • Weather Related Crashes

    Authorities responded to several weather-related crashes over the weekend, including one that involved a snow plow. The Hutchinson Police Department responded to a one-vehicle crash near the 100 block of Main Street in the alley …

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    24 Jan 12
  • Eric Kaler

    University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler will be in Hutchinson this week. Kaler’s stops Thursday will include lunch with the Hutchinson Rotary Club at the Crow River Country Club. The public is invited. The lunch …

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    24 Jan 12
  • delbert huber1

    The latest court hearing for Delbert Edwin Huber was delayed to April 12th because the rural Paynesville man accused of murder asked for more time to hire an attorney. The West Central Tribune reports the …

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    24 Jan 12