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    The Hutchinson School District has announced their “Students of the Month” for April. They are; Freshmen Josiah Van De Steeg and Colin Gran, Sophomores Courtney Thompson and Joshua Carlson, Juniors Luke Meyers and Alexandra Wortz, …

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    02 May 13
  • Fatal Crash

    An 84-year-old Brooklyn Center woman died in a two-vehicle crash just north of Le Sueur Wednesday afternoon. Her name hasn’t been released. The State Patrol say she was a passenger in a car driven by …

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    02 May 13
  • May Snow

    On this first day of May, a winter weather advisory goes into effect at 3 this afternoon (Wednesday) and will continue through 7 Thursday evening. The National Weather Service says we can expect rain and …

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    01 May 13
  • Wright County Sheriff1

    With the improvement in the weather, Wright County Sheriff Joe Hagerty warns residents of unwanted pests. During the past several years, rural homeowners have experienced unsolicited sales of an asphalt product for application to gravel …

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    01 May 13
  • Mosquito

    The City of Hutchinson will be implementing the ninth year of its mosquito population reduction efforts this year. The goal of the program is to reduce the number of nuisance mosquitoes. Along with being a …

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    01 May 13
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    Hutchinson Technology Incorporated (NASDAQ: HTCH) is reporting net income of $1.9 million, or $0.07 per diluted share, on net sales of $60.9 million for its fiscal second quarter ended March 31, 2013. Company officials say …

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    01 May 13
  • roundabout

    A public informational Open House for the Highway 15/McLeod County Road 115 Roundabout and Highway 15 Resurfacing Project will be held Wednesday, May 15th. Officials say the meeting will be from 5:00pm – 7:00pm at …

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    30 Apr 13
  • Tick

    A late start to spring means deer and wood ticks are emerging later than usual. But the Minnesota Department of Health expects normal numbers of the pests this year. MNN reports Epidemiologist Dave Neitzel saying …

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    30 Apr 13