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  • groundbreaking

    Groundbreaking is set for this afternoon (Tuesday) for the new hospital in Olivia. Last year it was decided to construct a new 18-bed hospital on the east side of Olivia on the south side of …

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    22 Apr 14
  • Emergency Preparedness kit

    Are you ready for severe weather? This is Severe Weather Awareness week and officials say it’s a great time to make and practice your emergency plan and build an emergency kit.    Two of the most important events during Severe Weather Awareness …

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    21 Apr 14
  • Fatal Crash

    A Watkins woman died in a three vehicle head-on crash Saturday afternoon in Cass County. 38-year-old Jackie Boulton died at the scene. The State Patrol says she was a passenger in a vehicle driven by …

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    21 Apr 14
  • Suspect

    Maple Grove Police are working to track down a robber who struck two banks on Tuesday. The suspect, described as a black man in his 40s or 50s, first robbed a TCF Bank in Burnsville …

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    19 Apr 14
  • MichaelFoods

    Michael Foods announced Thursday that it is being bought by Post for $2.45-billion. Michael Foods, which has a facility in Gaylord, produces a broad range of egg products, potato products, and cheese and dairy-case foods …

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    18 Apr 14
  • Wright County Sheriff

    On Wednesday afternoon, at about 3:30, the Wright County Sheriff’s Office responded to a burglary at 5511 57th Street Southeast in Franklin Township. The homeowner and person reporting, Anne Crowley, had just returned home from …

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    18 Apr 14
  • Minnesota Pipeline Company

     Minnesota Pipe Line Co. plans to build a new pump station in rural Meeker County along its newest pipeline, which is part of a system delivering crude oil to Minnesota refineries. The West Central Tribune …

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    18 Apr 14
  • unemployment rate

    Minnesota employers added 2,600 jobs in March, according to figures released today by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). The gains, offset partially by revised figures showing the state lost 1,100 more …

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    17 Apr 14