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    Three area Football Players have been chosen for the Minnesota All Star Football Game. Chosen for the South All Star team is Glencoe Silver Lake Safety Ethan Maass, Hutchinson Defensive End Shaun Schindler, and Sibley …

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    03 Apr 13
  • MN National Guard

    More than 120 soldiers from the 257th Military Police Company are scheduled to return Thursday to Minnesota after a year-long deployment to Afghanistan. “I am extremely proud of these soldiers and it’s an especially good …

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    03 Apr 13
  • RC Hospital & Clinics

    A decision on whether to move forward with a proposal to build a new Renville County Hospital and Clinics facility will likely be made by month’s end. The West Central Tribune reports that Nathan Blad, …

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    03 Apr 13
  • Tractor/Pickup Crash

     A Hutchinson man was injured after his tractor collided with a pickup north of Hutchinson early Tuesday afternoon. 50-year-old Robert Klapotz was taken to the Hutchinson Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. The State Patrol …

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    02 Apr 13
  • Milk

    A Gibbon area dairy farmer who is once again facing criminal charges in connection with selling unpasteurized milk and other food products is scheduled to be in court today (TUE). 59-year-old Michael Hartmann is accused …

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    02 Apr 13
  • Crash investigation

    A driver and three of his passengers were injured in a two-vehicle crash northeast of Plato Friday afternoon. The McLeod County Sheriff’s Office says an SUV driven by 52-year-old Deborah Bleichner of Norwood-Young America collided …

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    02 Apr 13
  • Town Hall Meeting

    The three state legislators representing District 18 will co-host town hall meetings at cafes in Litchfield and Hutchinson on separate upcoming Saturdays. Sen. Scott Newman, R-Hutchinson and Rep. Dean Urdahl, R-Acton Township will attend the …

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    01 Apr 13
  • Red Light

    Wright County Sheriff Joe Hagerty reports concerns from the public regarding vehicles traveling through intersections against red lights. Sheriff Hagerty says, “With the increased number of traffic control signals on our expanding roadways throughout Wright …

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    01 Apr 13