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  • censured

    The Hutchinson School Board has approved a resolution censuring board member Lori Hornick-Lindell. The board held a special meeting this morning at the district office to decide what to do after carefully considering the recent …

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    21 Jan 15
  • Gaylord Chamber Open House

    The Gaylord Chamber of Commerce is holding an open house this evening (Wednesday). The open house is being held at the Gaylord Public Library and officials say the aim is to bring local businesses together …

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    21 Jan 15
  • Tax Return

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota’s tax collection agency is making another paperless push. The Revenue Department ushered in the start of tax filing season Tuesday with a renewed emphasis on electronic filing and direct …

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    21 Jan 15
  • District 423

    The Hutchinson School Board is holding a special meeting tomorrow morning (Wednesday) at the district office, with one of the school board members as the topic of discussion. The meeting is being held at 7am …

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    20 Jan 15
  • give kids a smile

    Local dentists are joining with dental professionals across the state to provide free care to children whose families cannot afford to pay for their dental care. The service day is known as Give Kids a …

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    20 Jan 15
  • Crude Oil

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Cheap oil doesn’t only mean cheaper gas in the tank. Plummeting oil prices are also reverberating through the budgets of businesses, towns and schools, causing a lot of changes. The price decline …

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    20 Jan 15
  • court

    A rural Dassel man was found guilty Wednesday of first- and second-degree charges of criminal sexual conduct for assaulting a young girl. According to a news release from the Meeker County Attorney’s office, 25-year-old Charles …

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    19 Jan 15
  • Archdiocese

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Some Twin Cities-area parishes are fearful about their financial futures after the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis filed for bankruptcy. While Archbishop John Nienstedt said Friday that parishes would not be …

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    19 Jan 15