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  • Travis Allan Olsen1

    A Prior Lake man has been found guilty of Criminal Sexual Conduct in the First Degree by a Carver County Jury. The jury found 37-year-old Travis Allan Olsen guilty Tuesday. Carver County Attorney Mark Metz …

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    22 Sep 11
  • christmas displays in september

    Halloween is more than a month away, there’s still Thanksgiving in about two months, but at least one local big box retailer has some Christmas merchandise on the shelf for sale already. It’s still September, …

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    21 Sep 11
  • hikers 2

    The two American hikers held in Iran on spying charges have now been handed over to Swiss diplomats. Reports indicate Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal will avoid having to serve the rest of an eight …

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    21 Sep 11
  • hog1

    Authorities are investigating the theft of 150 pigs reported stolen from a farm in southeast Minnesota. The Nicollet County Sheriff’s Department was called Friday to a farm near the town of Lafayette. The owner of …

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    20 Sep 11
  • pickup crash

    A New Prague man is in critical condition following a two-vehicle crash on Highway 19 Friday afternoon. 50-year-old Gene Harnage was taken to North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale for treatment and was listed in …

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    19 Sep 11
  • apt fire calif st pic1

    An apartment building fire in Hutchinson caused the evacuation of 25 people earlier this week. Seven units were evacuated from the apartment building on California Street NW. The Red Cross is now working with the …

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    16 Sep 11
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    The Hutchinson City Council this week voted unanimously in favor of becoming a member of the Minnesota Angel Network. The network is a new organization aimed at linking investors with early stage companies. Hutchinson is …

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    15 Sep 11
  • Hutchinson City Council

    The Hutchinson City Council adopted their 2012 preliminary tax levy last night (Tuesday). The council approved a maximum levy increase of 3 percent. That compares with 5 percent in previous years. While Councilor Eric Yost …

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    14 Sep 11