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  • Stewart

    MONTICELLO, Minn. (AP) — The man found guilty of causing long-term disabilities in an attack on his girlfriend’s toddler has been sentenced to 11 years in prison. Matthew Scott Stewart was convicted of first-degree assault …

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    04 Oct 17
  • Commissioner Rothman

    (Learfield News Service/St. Paul, MN) State officials have announced the projected rate changes for health insurance on the individual market for 2018. State Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman says the changes range from a decrease of 38% …

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    03 Oct 17
  • Las Vegas Shootings

    They thought initially it was “fireworks ..” The following is from KTRF’s website: Thief River Falls Radio General Manager Jake Weber, at the scene of the shooting late last night in Las Vegas / Nevada …

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    02 Oct 17
  • homecoming crowns

    Hutchinson High School Homecoming Royalty was announced Friday afternoon. The 2017 Queen is Sara Puder. Homecoming King is Zachary Wegschied. Maddie Froning is the Princess and Ben Hjerpe is the Prince.

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    29 Sep 17
  • MN Board of Animal Health

    St. Paul, Minn. - The Minnesota Board of Animal Health has lifted a quarantine in place since May 15 of this year following the depopulation and testing of a CWD exposed Wright County white-tailed deer herd. …

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    29 Sep 17
  • Court Ruling

    (KWLM/Litchfield MN-) The father of a teen who killed his sister and then himself at a house near Mannannah last year will not have to go to prison. Fifty-three-year-old Thomas Jon Cunningham of Grove City …

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    29 Sep 17
  • court

    The case against a man living in Eden Valley that was arrested in August after recording video in the boys locker room at the Hutchinson Aquatic Center has been dismissed. Twenty-two-year-old Eduardo Romero, who is …

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    28 Sep 17
  • Magic The Gathering

    Some valuable game cards were recently reported stolen from a Hutchinson store. On Friday, September 15th, the owner of Sanctuary Games on Main Street discovered that 77- “Magic: The Gathering” cards were taken from a …

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    28 Sep 17