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  • Hutchinson Tigers

    The Hutchinson School District has announced their “Students of the Month” for October. They are: Freshmen Taren Anderson, Logan Steinbeisser, Tony (Ho) Pham, and Reagan Bushman, Sophomores Ambrosia Hansen, Jessica Bahena Flores, and Grace Witte, …

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    02 Nov 16
  • MN Students Vote

    SAINT PAUL — Secretary of State Steve Simon announced the first round of results for Minnesota Students Vote 2016, the first statewide mock election for high school students. Over 77,000 students from 213 high schools so …

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    02 Nov 16
  • St. Cloud Mall

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The first person to call 911 as a man stabbed people at a Minnesota mall in September urged a dispatcher to send an ambulance, saying: “There’s blood everywhere.” Transcripts of about 100 …

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    02 Nov 16
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    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Gov. Mark Dayton and legislative leaders are setting their sights on a post-election special session to address rising health care premiums. But it was unclear after Dayton and Republican House …

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    02 Nov 16
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    Minnesota farmers harvested 20 percent of the corn for grain during the week ending Sunday, according to USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. There were 3.8 days suitable for fieldwork, a challenging week for combining and …

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    01 Nov 16
  • McLeod County

    The McLeod County Parks will be closed to the public from Friday, November 4th through Monday, November 14th. The McLeod County Park Commission says the public will not be allowed to enter any of the …

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    01 Nov 16
  • Crash

    A 39-year-old man, 33-year-old woman, 18-year-old woman and three children were injured in a head-on crash last evening (Monday). The State Patrol, Jerry Block, Kelly Block, and 9-year-old Evan, 7-year-old Nora, and 5-year-old Brenna Block, …

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    01 Nov 16
  • Halloween Safety

    (Learfield/St. Paul, MN) Kids are more than twice as likely to be hit by a car on Halloween than on any other day of the year. Erin Petersen with the Minnesota Safety Council is reminding …

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    31 Oct 16