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  • rural rush hour

    Motorists traveling on Minnesota highways this fall need to be aware of large farm equipment transporting crops to markets, grain elevators and processing plants, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. This message comes following …

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    11 Sep 12
  • Arson Investigation

    A fire in Olivia Sunday night gutted the building that housed the Renville County Food Shelf, The Red Cross Office, a thrift store and an apartment. Olivia Fire Chief Tim Seehusen says they believe the …

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    10 Sep 12
  • Arts and Crafts Fest

    The 38th Annual Hutchinson Arts and Crafts Festival and Taste of Hutchinson is this Friday and Saturday. Hundreds of Artisans will fill Library Square in Downtown Hutchinson with unique hand-made arts and crafts, while the …

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    10 Sep 12
  • emergency lights

    A Buffalo teen is in critical condition following a two-vehicle crash in Meeker County Sunday afternoon. 17-year-old Rebekka Miller was taken to HCMC for treatment. She was a passenger in a car that crashed with …

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    10 Sep 12
  • Crash investigation

    A two-vehicle crash in McLeod County just before noon Saturday sent two people to the Hospital. The State Patrol says 80-year-old Lorraine Trnka was driving a minivan on Summit Avenue and stopped for the stop …

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    10 Sep 12
  • Delbert Huber in DOC Custody1

    The 82-year-old rural Paynesville man convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to more than 30 years in prison for shooting an Albertville man to death last fall is now in the custody of the Department of Corrections. According …

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    08 Sep 12
  • copper

    Another copper theft reported in Hutchinson. Hutchinson Police say an employee with Tek Mechanical at 220 5th Avenue Northwest reported that the lock had been cut on one of their storage trailers and about $1,000 worth of …

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    07 Sep 12
  • corn

    A Winthrop man has been charged with felony theft for allegedly stealing over $13,000 worth of corn. 35-year-old Kyle Norman Grams is accused of selling his employer’s corn to United Grain Systems in Winthrop under his own name on …

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    07 Sep 12