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  • Crow River Added to Water Trails

    Minnesota has two new additions to its state water trail system, the South Fork of the Crow River and the Blue Earth River. Erik Wrede, Water Trials Coordinator for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, …

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    29 Aug 11
  • Honoring a Fallen Soldier

    In honor and remembrance of Sergeant Matthew Allen Harmon, Governor Mark Dayton has ordered all U.S. flags and Minnesota flags to be flown at half-staff at all state and federal buildings in the State of …

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    27 Aug 11
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    The Minnesota Department of Transportation has announced the recipients of about $3.8 million in federal grants for 16 projects to improve the conditions and quality of bicycling and walking to school. The grants come from …

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    27 Aug 11
  • Stiftungsfest150Logorevised

    Minnesota’s oldest continuously-running festival celebrates its sesquicentennial this weekend. Norwood Young America’s Stiftungsfest kicks off its 150th year this (Friday) evening. Stiftungsfest Board Member Kurt Wilson says it promises to be a fun-filled weekend with …

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    26 Aug 11
  • Stiletto Heel Attack Sentencing

    A 21-year-old Willmar woman was sentenced Thursday to 15 months in prison, which was stayed, 150 days in jail, a $1,000 fine and five years of probation on a third-degree assault charge for striking a …

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    26 Aug 11
  • Voter Fraud

    The Wright County Attorney’s Office has concluded its investigation of thirty people who had been suspected of voting in the 2010 general election while on felony probation. Of these thirty people, five have been charged …

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    26 Aug 11
  • Work Begins on Pedestrian Ramps

    Motorists and pedestrians will experience minimal traffic and sidewalk delays along Highway 22 in New Auburn and Highway 30 in Darfur as crews begin replacing the pedestrian ramps. MnDot Officials say work will take place …

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    26 Aug 11
  • Wanted, Police Chief

    The Henderson City Council has unanimously voted to post a job opening for the city’s chief of police position. This comes after the council rejected the lone proposal it received for law enforcement coverage for …

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    26 Aug 11