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  • influenza

    (MNN/St. Paul, MN) — “A crazy, early, widespread and severe influenza season this year,” the state Health Department’s Infectious Disease Coordinator Kris Ehresmann told lawmakers at the Minnesota Capitol Wednesday. Ehresmann says there have been …

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    15 Jan 15
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    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota will get $9 million under an initiative announced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Wednesday. The agency has approved 115 proposals nationwide for the first round of funding …

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    15 Jan 15
  • Arndt Sworn In

    The Hutchinson City Council held their first meeting of the new year last night (Tuesday), with some new faces…and some not so new faces. Before tackling the agenda, former City Councilor Bill Arndt was sworn …

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    14 Jan 15
  • Dean Urdahl

    District 18-A State Republican Representative Dean Urdahl of Acton Township, is chair of the Legacy Committee for the Minnesota House. He says they will be distributing somewhere between $600-$700 million for the biennium in standards …

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    14 Jan 15
  • HTI

    Hutchinson Technology Incorporated today (Tuesday) reported preliminary results for its fiscal 2015 first quarter ended December 28, 2014. The company shipped 121.7 million suspension assemblies in the fiscal 2015 first quarter, up 4% from 117.1 …

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    13 Jan 15
  • court

    The attorney for the former Willmar High School teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a student asked the court for an order releasing information from the Willmar Public Schools during a court appearance …

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    13 Jan 15
  • Hutchinson Tigers

    Three Hutchinson School Board members were sworn in last night. Incumbent Josh Gehlen returns to the board after winning re-election in November. The board is also joined by newly elected members Mike Carls and JoEllen …

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    13 Jan 15
  • Gov Dayton and Lt Gov Smith

    Governor Mark Dayton has celebrated the start of his second term at a low-key inaugural ball. Dayton was dressed casually in jeans and a shirt with sleeves rolled up at Saturday night’s ball at the …

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    12 Jan 15