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  • Maj Gen Jensen

    ST. PAUL, MN – Governor Mark Dayton today (Wednesday) announced the appointment of Major General Jon A. Jensen to serve as the 31st Adjutant General of the Minnesota National Guard. General Jensen will fill the vacancy …

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    30 Aug 17
  • John Deere 9400

    A teen who stole a John Deere Tractor in New Auburn and took it for a joy ride has been formally charged. Eighteen-year-old Dakota Jacobson is charged with theft and possession of stolen property. The …

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    30 Aug 17
  • MN DNR

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota conservation officials have expanded a ban on feeding deer after discovering multiple captive deer infected with chronic wasting disease. The state Department of Natural Resources’ ban is for more …

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    30 Aug 17
  • Kandiyohi County Sheriff

    LAKE LILLIAN – A dog that charged at Kandiyohi County deputies was shot and wounded in an incident Tuesday morning in Lake Lillian. According to Kandiyohi County Sheriff Dan Hartog, law enforcement received a call …

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    30 Aug 17
  • Phone Scam

    Hutchinson Police are investigating an alleged phone scam that cost the victim $600. Police say the victim, a Hutchinson woman, received a call last week from someone saying he was with Dell Computer and that …

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    29 Aug 17
  • Prince

    (Learfield News Service/St. Paul, MN) — A Minnesota group is circulating a petition to replace a statue of Christopher Columbus in St. Paul with one of late music superstar Prince. Organizers believe the new statue …

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    29 Aug 17
  • Monticello Nuclear Plant

    (Learfield News Service/Monticello, MN) Local, state and federal officials will take part in a mock emergency training exercise today (Tuesday) at the Monticello Nuclear Generating plant. During today’s drill, the state’s Emergency Operations Center in …

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    29 Aug 17
  • MN Supreme Court

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The fate of the legal battle between Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican lawmakers now rests with the Minnesota Supreme Court. The two sides took their disagreement surrounding the Democratic governor’s …

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    29 Aug 17