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  • 2016 National FFA Convention

    The FFA’s national convention is underway in Indianapolis and continues through Saturday. Officials estimate there will be more than 60,000 FFA members in the city for this event. Those students will be very busy while …

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    20 Oct 16
  • Stabbing

    A Gibbon woman is facing charges after she stabbed her boyfriend while intoxicated. Forty-five-year-old Monica Franchesca Morena was charged Tuesday with second-degree assault. According to the criminal complaint, Gibbon police responded to a bar in …

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    19 Oct 16
  • Prince's Estate

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Prince’s siblings say a woman and girl purported to be the singer’s niece and grandniece have no genetic connection to Prince and should not be named as heirs to his estate. Attorneys …

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    19 Oct 16
  • fire investigation

    A shed in Meeker County was destroyed by fire last night (Monday). The Meeker County Sheriff’s Office says they received a report of a structure fire just after 9:30 at a residence in the 50700 …

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    18 Oct 16
  • Crash

    A Crosby man was injured early this morning (Tuesday) in a one-vehicle rollover in Renville County. Authorities say 78-year-old Thomas Venne was traveling southbound on County Road 21 in Crooks Township when his truck entered …

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    18 Oct 16
  • soybean harvest

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota farmers are making up for lost time on the fall harvest, thanks to drier weather. The Minnesota crop report released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture says 5.3 days …

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    18 Oct 16
  • death investigation

    Renville County authorities are still looking for information in the death of a Cosmos man that happened five years ago. In early September 2011, 56-year-old Robert “Bob” Verdon of Cosmos left his home to visit …

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    18 Oct 16
  • MN State Patrol

    (Learfield News Service/St. Paul, MN)  The State Patrol says 10 people have died on Minnesota roads since Thursday and they’re urging motorists to buckle up, watch their speed, stay alert and don’t drive and drive. …

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    18 Oct 16