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  • No Wake-Wright County

    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and Wright County Soil and Water have advised that lakes levels have dropped below the High Water Ordinance threshold on the following lakes: Bass, Cedar, Louisa, Marie, Caroline.

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    22 Aug 11
  • Hikers Sentenced

    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says the U.S. is “deeply disappointed” that Iran has sentenced two Americans to eight years in prison after their conviction on charges of espionage and illegal entry.

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    22 Aug 11
  • Drunken Driver Crackdown

    The Minnesota State Patrol and nearly 400 city and county agencies are cracking down on drunken drivers in an increased law enforcement effort that began Friday and ends September 5th.

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    22 Aug 11
  • Probable Cause in Child’s Death

    A judge has ruled that there is probable cause to charge 20-year-old Sergio Turrubiates Jr., of Olivia, with second-degree murder for the December 2010 death of 18-month-old Tiana Moore.

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    22 Aug 11
  • Motorcycle Crash

    A Watkins man is in serious condition after crashing his motorcycle Sunday morning. Authorities say 36-year-old Keith David Ashfeld was taken to St. Cloud Hospital for treatment. According to the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office, just …

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    22 Aug 11
  • Cosmos Construction Grant

    A $1.9 million federal transportation grant has been awarded for the reconstruction of state Highway 4 through Cosmos. The grant was part of a $7.2 million grant allocation for 10 separate Minnesota projects that was …

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    19 Aug 11
  • Fatal Fire Investigation

    A former Minnesota State student death from a fire has been determined as a suicide. An autopsy showed that 21 year old Ayush Bhattorai died as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning due to smoke …

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    19 Aug 11
  • MN Unemployment Rate

    Last month’s three-week state government shutdown had its predicted effect in the state’s jobless numbers for July. About 22,000 state workers were laid off during the July 1-19 shutdown, leading to a rise of 0.4 …

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    19 Aug 11