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    Three suspicious packages discovered near MSP last night are being tested at the state Health Department. last night around 11 p.m. the police department received a call about some envelopes of concern from UPS that …

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    05 Aug 15
  • Mervin Sealy from Hickory, North Carolina, takes part in a protest rally outside the Capitol Building in Washington, October 5, 2011.

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota plans to cut about 450 positions over the next four years. The state’s largest insurer said Tuesday the losses will come in information technology. …

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    05 Aug 15
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    DARWIN, Minn. (AP) — Zebra mussels have spread to a lake in Meeker County in central Minnesota. The Department of Natural Resources says it has confirmed zebra mussels in Lake Stella. A property owner brought …

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    05 Aug 15
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    The Kandiyohi County Fair Board has expanded its ban on tobacco products to include electronic cigarettes(e-cigs). They hope to stem substance use and abuse, in general, and promote a healthier atmosphere at the fair. The …

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    04 Aug 15
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    The president of Sibley Wind Substation Steven G. Estes has asked the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission to cancel the station’s project permit. The company wishes to put a hold on its project two miles southwest …

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    04 Aug 15
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    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The sudden end to the walleye fishing season on Lake Mille Lacs has Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton ramping up plans for a special session to help area resorts and considering …

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    04 Aug 15
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    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Hundreds of claims have been filed alleging clergy abuse as the court deadline comes to a close in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis bankruptcy case. Attorneys have counted more than …

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    04 Aug 15
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    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Department of Education and its student testing contractor have reached a settlement over spring testing glitches. Pearson, the vendor, will take $1 million off its new three-year contract …

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    04 Aug 15