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  • Stormy Weather

    WAVERLY, Minn. (AP) — Thunderstorms have swept across western and central Minnesota, causing street flooding and wiping out an orchard’s apple crop the day before it was to be picked. The National Weather Service reports …

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    04 Sep 14
  • kraft singles

    Kraft Foods Group has announced a recall of more than 7,500 cases of its popular single-slice American cheese. The company said it discovered that a supplier did not store the cheese at the correct temperature, …

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    03 Sep 14
  • RC Hospital & Clinics

    A $24 million project to build a new RC Hospital and Clinics facility on the eastern edge of Olivia along U.S. Highway 212 has caught the attention of lots of motorists, and a company with …

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    03 Sep 14
  • Kandiyohi County

    Starting September 29th, the Kandiyohi County License Bureau in Willmar will be open until 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Officials say extending the hours into the early evening is designed to improve customer service. …

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    03 Sep 14
  • crash investigation

    Two people were seriously injured in a head-on crash in eastern Carver County yesterday afternoon (Tuesday). The State Patrol says 75-year-old John Saxby of Mayer was driving a vehicle west on Highway 7 and drifted …

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    03 Sep 14
  • copper

    A Gibbon man has been charged with theft after allegedly stealing copper from a Gaylord business last month. 32-year-old Herbert Ronald Fischer has been charged with felony theft in connection with the theft of copper …

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    02 Sep 14
  • Rossing

    A reward is now being offered for information on the whereabouts of a 25-year-old Annandale, Minn. man that’s been missing since August 22nd. KMSP reports family members of Christopher Rossing worry that foul play may …

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    02 Sep 14
  • School Bus

    Some school districts have already begun classes, but there will be significantly more students and buses out today (Tuesday), as the remainder of the state’s school districts begin classes. In Minnesota, school buses make at …

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    02 Sep 14