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  • Rossing

    The Wright County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help to find a man who has been missing since Aug. 22. Authorities say 25-year-old Christopher Rossing has not been seen or heard from by …

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    29 Aug 14
  • Gaylord

    The city of Gaylord is offering a $100 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for vandalizing the city park. Police say toilet paper rolls were started on fire in …

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    29 Aug 14
  • Arson

    A rural Atwater woman made her initial appearance in Kandiyohi County District Court Wednesday on charges accusing her of purposely burning down the liquor store she owned in Lake Lillian. 51-year-old Mary Sue Whitcomb is …

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    28 Aug 14
  • Rossing

    On Tuesday (08-26-14), the Wright County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a Missing Person. Family members reported that 25-year-old Christopher Michael Rossing has not been seen or heard from since Friday afternoon (08-22-14). It …

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    28 Aug 14
  • Sparboe Farms

    (Litchfield/KWLM) A woman is hospitalized with head injuries after her hair got caught in a machine in Litchfield Tuesday night. The Meeker County Sheriff’s Department says the 26-year-old woman worked for JNS Cleaning of Litchfield, and …

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    27 Aug 14
  • Growler

    Now that the City of Hutchinson has passed an ordinance allowing breweries, taprooms, and brew pubs, city officials are continuing their efforts to “fine-tune” where they will be allowed and how much licensing fees should …

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    27 Aug 14
  • shingling

    (Buffalo Lake, MN) A Brownton man was injured when he fell from a roof at a rural farm site northeast of Buffalo Lake Monday. 56-year-old Timothy Hahn was treated at the scene and then airlifted …

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    27 Aug 14
  • crops

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Widespread rains have slowed Minnesota’s small grain harvest but also have improved row crop and pasture conditions. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says 4.5 days were suitable for fieldwork in …

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    26 Aug 14