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    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Congested rail ways have more corn and soybean farmers in Minnesota turning to the Mississippi River and its navigation system to move their goods. As oil trains from North Dakota compete for …

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    18 Nov 14
  • Bloodmobile

    The Red Cross Bloodmobile is in the area again this week (November 17th). On Wednesday (November 19th), donors can give blood in Glencoe at the City Center from 1pm until 7pm, in Lester Prairie at …

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    17 Nov 14
  • Hutchinson Tigers

    The Hutchinson School District has announced their “Student of the Month” for October. They are: Freshmen Adam Tracy, Rebecca Smith, and Daniel Lyons. Sophomores Brandon Rezac and Madelyn Roehl. Juniors Claire Almich and Corey Brown, …

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    17 Nov 14
  • News 11-17-14

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    17 Nov 14
  • Sunny and cold

    A Sunny start this week (Monday, November 17th), but the cold continues. Today (Monday): Areas of blowing snow and a chance of flurries before 11am, then areas of blowing snow and a slight chance of snow …

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    17 Nov 14
  • Fatal Crash

    Six people were killed in several crashes on icy highways across Minnesota this weekend. The most recent fatal crash happened around 9:17 a.m. Sunday in Rogers and involved three vehicles. According to the State Patrol, …

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    17 Nov 14
  • Red Bull Insignia

    Nearly 700 Minnesota soldiers are being sent to West Africa to assist the U.S. military’s response to the Ebola virus outbreak. The Minnesota National Guard says the soldiers from the Rosemount-based 34th Red Bull Infantry …

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    17 Nov 14
  • Fatal Crash

    Icy road conditions may have been a factor in a one-vehicle rollover crash north of Willmar Saturday that left one person dead.  The victim is identified as 49-year-old Terry Wiederich of Gary, South Dakota. A …

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    16 Nov 14