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  • bad-handwriting

    The Cokato Museums’ latest temporary exhibit is now open.   The exhibit is called The Keyboard That Killed Cursive.  At one time, the Palmer Method of penmanship and cursive writing was the norm.  Now our communications are essentially …

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    11 Dec 13
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    11 Dec 13
  • dollar signs

    The Hutchinson City Council adopted their 2014 budgets last night (Tuesday). The General Fund Budget is just under $11-million. The tax levy is about $6.6-million. City Controller Andy Reid says the General Fund levy is …

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    11 Dec 13
  • PaulWickenhauser

    Paul Wickenhauser, the 22-year-old Cokato man sentenced to prison for the August 2012 motor vehicle crash that killed three people east of Willmar, was ordered Tuesday to pay more than $37,000 in restitution to the …

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    11 Dec 13
  • robbery at gunpoint

    The Wright County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a report of a man that was robbed at gunpoint in a Monticello hotel room Sunday afternoon. Authorities were called to the AmericInn at 118 7th Street East …

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    11 Dec 13
  • Hutchinson Tigers

    The Hutchinson School District held their “Truth in Taxation” public hearing last night (Tuesday) and then approved their final levy. The total levy is just over $4.6-million. Director of Business and Finance Donna Luhring says …

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    10 Dec 13
  • Jenkins

    Devon Jenkins of Willmar pleaded guilty this morning (Tuesday) to one count of Unintentional 2nd Degree Murder While Committing a Felony in connection with the July 29th slaying of 79-year-old Lila Warwick of Willmar. As …

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    10 Dec 13
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    10 Dec 13