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  • farm bill

    The U.S. Senate Tuesday afternoon passed a new five-year Farm Bill which now goes to President Obama for his signature.  MNN reports Minnesota Senators Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken both voted “yes”, as did Iowa …

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    05 Feb 14
  • crash investigation

    A two-vehicle crash near Plato Monday morning injured two people. 50-year-old Thuan Le of Burnsville was taken to Glencoe Regional Health Service for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. 21-year-old Jordan Ober of Glencoe was also …

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    04 Feb 14
  • Emergency

    At just before 5:30pm Monday, the Renville County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of County Road 21 and 870th Avenue, which is about 4 miles north of Renville. …

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    04 Feb 14
  • ScreenHunter_122 Feb. 04 07.13

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (February 3, 2014) – In a game that only a Seattle Seahawks fan would find entertaining, it was a cuddly commercial featuring a Clydesdale horse bonding with a puppy that won America’s vote …

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    04 Feb 14
  • caucus finder

    Precinct caucuses are tomorrow night (Tues) across Minnesota. They’re the first step as political parties build their platforms, and caucuses are the first step in choosing delegates to endorsing conventions that later this year will …

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    03 Feb 14
  • Renville County Sheriff

    A convicted level 3 predatory sex offender plans to move to Renville this Friday (Feb 7th). Jeffrey Lingl has previously lived in Bird Island and Olivia. Lingl is not wanted by police and has completed …

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    03 Feb 14
  • TC & W

    Authorities are investigating the derailment of four cars on a Twin Cities and Western Railroad freight train in southwestern Minnesota. Renville County Sheriff Scott Hable says his office received a call around 3:00 p.m. Friday …

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    03 Feb 14
  • transporting propane

    On Friday afternoon, Governor Mark Dayton and members of the state’s Executive Council voted unanimously to extend Emergency Executive Order 14-02 for another 30 days. The order, initially issued by Governor Dayton on January 27, establishes a …

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    01 Feb 14