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  • Highway 19

    WILLMAR, Minn. –   The Highway 19 detour near Fairfax has been removed and the road is now open to traffic.  The Highway 19 concrete rehabilitation project from Highway 4/Sibley County line to east of Fairfax …

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    05 Oct 16
  • mud on road

    With the fall harvest starting to ramp up and the abundance of wet weather conditions, McLeod County officials are reminding motorists to pay particular attention to slow moving farm machinery and watch for mud and …

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    05 Oct 16
  • Paisley Park

    CHANHASSEN, Minn. (AP) — The Minneapolis suburb of Chanhassen has granted a temporary permit allowing Paisley Park to open for public tours Thursday and two other days in October while officials work out concerns about …

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    05 Oct 16
  • Wetterling Video Statement

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Jacob Wetterling’s parents say they’re still fighting for a world where children can grow up safe and follow their dreams. Patty and Jerry Wetterling released a short video Tuesday saying they drew …

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    05 Oct 16
  • Pink Badge

    During the month of October, you will notice something a little different about the Meeker County Sheriff’s Office Uniform.  Rather than wearing the traditional gold star-shaped badge they will instead be wearing a badge that is …

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    04 Oct 16
  • Prince's Estate

    CHANHASSEN, Minn. – The Chanhassen City Council dealt an unexpected surprise to plans for a museum at Prince’s Paisley Park complex. KSTP reports the council voted 3 to 2 to table a decision on rezoning …

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    04 Oct 16
  • Fatal Crash

    A Glencoe woman is dead after a one-vehicle crash in Sibley County Monday morning. The Sibley County Sheriff’s Office says 29-year-old Stephanie Raduenz was taken to the Glencoe Hospital where she died. Authorities say the …

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    04 Oct 16
  • soybean harvest

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Drier weather allowed Minnesota farmers to harvest over a quarter of the state’s soybean crop last week alone. In its weekly crop progress and condition report for Minnesota, the U.S. …

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    04 Oct 16