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  • Watershed

    The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency recently released a watershed monitoring and assessment report for the Mississippi River-St. Cloud watershed, which includes all or parts of seven central Minnesota counties: Benton, Meeker, Mille Lacs, Morrison, Sherburne, …

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    29 Nov 12
  • Luce Line Trail

    The Hutchinson City Council Tuesday night approved entering into an agreement with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and appropriating funds for improvements to the Luce Line Trail from the Carver County line east of …

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    28 Nov 12
  • Budget and Levy

     The Hutchinson city council held the first public hearing on the proposed 2013 budget and levy at last night’s council meeting. Officials are proposing a nearly $10.5-million budget, which would be a 1.5 percent increase. The city …

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    28 Nov 12
  • Lance Corporal Means

    In honor and remembrance of Marine Lance Corporal Dale W. Means, Governor Mark Dayton has ordered all U.S. flags and Minnesota flags to be flown at half-staff at all state and federal buildings in the State of Minnesota, …

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    28 Nov 12
  • School For Sale

    The elementary school in Cosmos is for sale. Although no formal vote was taken Monday at the Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City School Board meeting, the West Central Tribune reports Superintendent Sherri Broderius said the board reached a consensus that the …

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    28 Nov 12
  • KatieLewis

    Katie Elaine Lewis sobbed as a surveillance video from Children’s Hospital was shown in a Ramsey County courtroom on Monday The Pioneer Press reports the video, which recorded her May 2nd interaction with her son, …

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    27 Nov 12
  • hutch_tigers

    A Hutchinson standout has been named one of the ten finalist for Mr. Football Minnesota. Defensive End and Tight End Shaun Schindler was named a finalist Saturday. Schindler was named to the Star Tribune All …

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    27 Nov 12
  • Mikel Wetzel 002

    A Little Falls man has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder in the shooting deaths of two teenagers he says broke into his home. Sixty-four year old Byron Smith was charged in Morrison County Court Monday …

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    27 Nov 12