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  • court

    A rural Darwin man has been sentenced to 270 days in jail for driving an ATV while drunk last spring and rolling it twice, severely injuring a little girl. On May 12th, 31-year-old Michael Vollmer …

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    22 Feb 14
  • MnDot

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation continues to advise no travel in most of south central Minnesota (Friday, Feb. 21 as of 12:30pm) due to ice compaction and blowing snow creating hazardous conditions. Highways remaining closed …

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    21 Feb 14
  • payloader

    Chad Lee Monson, owner of Monson Excavating of Willmar, is awaiting extradition to North Dakota on charges that he stole a payloader. The West Central Tribune reports the Class A felony theft charge was filed …

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    21 Feb 14
  • Poor Driving Conditions

    A February snowstorm pushed into Minnesota, making roads slick and forcing schools to close early yesterday. Many area schools are delaying or canceling classes today (Friday).  We’ll (KDUZ/KARP/KGLB) have updated announcements throughout the day and …

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    21 Feb 14
  • eagle

    A nesting pair of bald eagles who just laid eggs are featured in a video stream on the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources website that went live today. DNR Nongame Wildlife specialist Lori Naumann says …

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    20 Feb 14
  • Hutchinson Tigers

    Hutchinson High School senior, Austin Tauer, son of Joseph and Deb Tauer of Hutchinson, was recently selected as a Finalist in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program. Hutchinson High School Principal Pat Walsh says with …

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    20 Feb 14
  • MDA

    ST. PAUL,Minn.(AP) — The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is looking for innovative grant proposals for specialty crop research and development. The department says it expects to get the money from a federal block grant authorized …

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    20 Feb 14
  • alliance pipeline

    Renville County, two school districts and five of its townships will need to refund an estimated $195,110 in taxes to the Alliance Pipeline if a proposed settlement is approved. The West Central Tribune reports estimated …

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    20 Feb 14