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  • Paisley Park

    CHASKA, Minn. (AP) — Two people claiming to be heirs of Prince’s estate are objecting to having to take blood and genetic tests to prove their relationship to the musician. Brianna Nelson and Jeannine Halloran, …

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    25 May 16
  • Hutchinson City Center

    Three residents have now filed to run for Hutchinson City Government. Hutchinson Mayor Gary Forcier officially filed to run for another term last Tuesday, May 16th, the first day the filing period opened. Two seats …

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    24 May 16
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    (Willmar MN-)  A Willmar man is under arrest after being spotted threatening people with a handgun. Police Chief Jim Felt says just before 12 noon Monday police were called to the area of 7th Street …

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    24 May 16
  • Burglary

    The owners of at least five downtown businesses in Hutchinson reported burglary/thefts had occurred over this past weekend. Details are not being released at this time, although authorities did say mostly cash was taken. Hutchinson …

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    24 May 16
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    The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the recent frost has had little impact on Minnesota’s corn crop. The agency says in its weekly crop progress report for Minnesota that 65 percent of the state’s corn …

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    24 May 16
  • school threat

    DENVER (AP) — Threats made against schools across the country that led to evacuations on Monday could be the latest example of so-called “swatting” against schools. In recent months, hoaxers playing online games have allegedly …

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    24 May 16
  • Hutchinson Tigers

    The Hutchinson School district has announced their “Students of the Month” for April. They are: Freshman Scarlett Talberg, Sophomore Aaron Kuenzi, Juniors Elli Gifferson, Cullin Lickfelt, and Ivan Koldunov, and Seniors Amber Messner, Tiffany Waller, …

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    23 May 16
  • Patrol Officer Michael Hogan

    On Thursday of last week, Governor Mark Dayton officially signed into law a bill State Senator Scott Newman of Hutchinson authored that designates the portion of Highway 7 in McLeod County as Patrol Officer Michael …

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    23 May 16