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  • Gov Dayton

    (Learfield News Service/St. Paul, MN)  Governor Mark Dayton’s final State of the State address Wednesday night spotlighted sharp differences between lawmakers over how the state should tailor its budget to federal tax cuts.  The governor …

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    15 Mar 18
  • Arrest

    (KEYC/Mankato, MN) A New Ulm man was arrested in connection with a reported assault involving a handgun. Mankato Police were called to an apartment on the 100 block of East Cherry Street around midnight Wednesday. …

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    15 Mar 18
  • MACCRAY

    (West Central Tribune/Clara City, MN) MACCRAY School Board members are asking interim Superintendent Sherri Broderius to remain with the district as its superintendent. The West Central Tribune reports board members voted unanimously at their meeting …

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    15 Mar 18
  • Hutchinson Utilities Truck

    Power went out for most of Hutchinson this morning (Wednesday) just before 6:30 and lasted until just after 7. Hutchinson Utilities General Manager Jeremy Carter says the outage was due to a transmission fault at …

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    14 Mar 18
  • Gov Dayton

    (Learfield News Service/St. Paul, MN) Governor Mark Dayton delivers his final State of the State address tonight (7pm) at the Minnesota Capitol to a joint session of the House and Senate. Hamline University analyst David …

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    14 Mar 18
  • Emergency

    BENSON, Minn. (AP) — Six young people remain hospitalized, including three in critical condition, following a collision between a school van and a semi in western Minnesota. The Swift County Sheriff’s Office says a 14-year-old …

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    14 Mar 18
  • Community Photo Opportunity

    A community photo is being taken in Library Square in Hutchinson on Friday afternoon at 4, with the focus on kindness (March 16, 2018). The photo is a response to “Reagan’s Kindness Campaign”. Reagan Goldstein …

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    13 Mar 18
  • MNLARS

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A state official who led Minnesota’s troubled computer system for vehicle licensing has been fired. The $93 million system has been plagued by problems since it went online last summer. …

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    13 Mar 18