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    (Learfield News Service/Watertown, MN) A 42-year-old Watertown man is facing criminal vehicular operation charges after striking and killing his girlfriend Tuesday night.  According to the Carver County Sheriff’s Office, 33-year-old Jessica Ludenia of Watertown was found unresponsive …

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    16 Nov 17
  • MNSBHC Super Snack Challenge

    A Hutchinson Park Elementary student has been named one of the 52 winners of the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee Super Snack Challenge. Ten-year-old Arielle Niemeyer was chosen amongst hundreds of children ages 8-14 that …

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    15 Nov 17
  • Deer Road Sign

    A Forest Lake man was injured yesterday (Tuesday) in a one vehicle crash east of Silver Lake when he tried to avoid a deer. The State Patrol says 46-year-old Jeffery Haas was taken to Hutchinson …

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    15 Nov 17
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    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Profits are expected to remain steady for Minnesota corn and soybean farmers despite a slight production dip in 2017. The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that the state’s corn production will be …

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    15 Nov 17
  • Senator Scott Newman

    (Learfield News Service/St. Paul, MN) Senate Republicans have a hearing at the Minnesota Capitol this morning (Wednesday) about problems with the state’s new drivers license and vehicle registration system. The House had hearings two months …

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    15 Nov 17
  • USDA Crop Report

    After a rocky start to the fall season, Mother Nature is finally allowing Minnesota farmers to continue to make headway in the fields. According to the latest USDA Crop Report, within the last week, nearly …

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    14 Nov 17
  • Paisley Park Studio

    (Learfield News Service/Chanhassen, MN) If you’re a Prince fan–take note: Paisley Park is hiring. Spokesman Mark Riddell says “We’re getting ready for an influx of visitors into Minneapolis for the Super Bowl time and the …

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    14 Nov 17
  • U.S. Supreme Court

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has agreed to determine whether a Minnesota statute that prohibits wearing political apparel in polling places is unconstitutional. The Supreme Court said Monday it will take a case challenging …

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    14 Nov 17