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    (Learfield News Service) Just in time for the July 4th holiday, Sunday liquor sales will be legal in Minnesota this weekend for the first time since 1858. Tony Chesak from the Minnesota Licensed Beverage Association …

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    30 Jun 17
  • Operation Dry Water

    (Learfield News Service)  Officials are getting the word out early: there’s going to be stepped enforcement on the state’s waterways over the holiday weekend. The DNR’s Lisa Dugan cautions that drunk boating is drunk driving. …

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    30 Jun 17
  • Dog Park

    The city of Hutchinson is closer to getting a new dog park. At last night’s (Tuesday) City Council meeting, the council approved selecting the location, which is 1.03-acres north of the intersection of 1st Avenue …

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    28 Jun 17
  • Jacob Wetterling

    ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) — Several Minnesota journalism groups want to intervene to release documents from the 1989 abduction and killing of Jacob Wetterling. The request was filed Tuesday by the Minnesota Newspaper Association, the …

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    28 Jun 17
  • Paisley Park Studio

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Lawyers for Universal Music Group have renewed their request that a Minnesota judge cancel its music rights deal with Prince’s estate. They say in a filing made public Tuesday that they’ll have …

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    28 Jun 17
  • Emergency

    (Preston Lake Township, MN) Authorities have released the name of the man that died when his skid loader rolled into a ditch Tuesday evening in Renville County. The victim is identified as 70-year-old Larry Rath …

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    28 Jun 17
  • Hwy 22

    WILLMAR, Minn. – The Highway 22 project south of Litchfield is complete.  The detour will be removed and the road will be opened to motorists by noon today (June 27). The project included the resurfacing of Highway 22 …

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    27 Jun 17
  • Phone Scam

    A Hutchinson resident was the victim of fraud after being told by a cell phone caller that she won the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes. Police say the victim was told to send $499 to Ryan …

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    27 Jun 17