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  • Sibley County Sheriff

    The Sibley County Sheriff’s Office is investigating property damage that left a pickup truck in shambles. At about 1am Wednesday, authorities say they responded to a report of property damage at 23505, 631st Avenue in …

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    27 Jun 17
  • Durant Sculpture

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Dakota elders have met privately in Sisseton, South Dakota to talk about what to do with wood from a dismantled sculpture at the Walter Art Center in Minneapolis that met with protests …

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    27 Jun 17
  • Litchfield Downtown Study

    (Litchfield MN-) The first open house for the 2019 Highway 12 Downtown Litchfield project is set for Monday, June 26 at the Litchfield City Hall (126 North Marshall Ave. Litchfield, MN). KWLM reports the open …

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    26 Jun 17
  • Minnesota State Capitol Bldg

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton has agreed to continue to fund the Minnesota Legislature until October, while lawmakers’ lawsuit over his decision to cut their funding is pending. A joint stipulation …

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    26 Jun 17
  • Emergency

    MINNETONKA, Minn. (AP) — Authorities have released the name of a man who was fatally shot at a storage facility in the Minneapolis suburb of Minnetonka last week. The Hennepin County medical examiner’s office Sunday …

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    26 Jun 17
  • Emergency

    Police were at the scene of an apparent shooting in Minnetonka Friday afternoon that left one dead and another arrested. KSTP reports authorities gathered at the 2800 block of Hedberg Drive. Minnetonka Police Chief Scott Boerboom …

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    23 Jun 17
  • Lt Gov in Cuba

    (Learfield News Service/Cuba) Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith, on a trade mission in Cuba with Minnesota ag leaders and businesspeople, acknowledges that President Trump’s recent declaration on trade policy with the island nation ” is definitely a …

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    23 Jun 17
  • Court Ruling

    LITCHFIELD, Minn. (AP) — A Meeker County patrol sergeant accused of stalking a man has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. Under terms of a sentencing agreement, Joel Engler will serve 10 days of his three-month …

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    23 Jun 17