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    JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) — A group of Arkansas farmers have filed a class-action lawsuit against the makers of the herbicide dicamba that they blame for damaging their crops. The lawsuit was filed Wednesday in federal …

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    15 Jun 17
  • Gov Dayton

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota’s Legislature is suing Gov. Mark Dayton over his veto of lawmakers’ funding. The legal dispute goes back to the messy end of a special session in which lawmakers delivered …

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    14 Jun 17
  • bogus bill

    Hutchinson Police are investigating how a bogus $100 bill was used to by merchandise at a local store. Police say yesterday (Monday) afternoon, an employee at the Dollar Tree on Highway 15 South reported that …

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    13 Jun 17
  • Ruehling

    (Gaylord, MN) – A Sibley County Sheriff’s Deputy is facing charges of drug possession and trespassing. According to a statement from authorities, 44-year-old Jason David Ruehling of Arlington was arrested on June 8th, about a …

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    13 Jun 17
  • capitol bldg

    (Learfield News Service/St. Paul, MN) Governor Mark Dayton meets with Republican leaders this morning (Tuesday), trying to convince them to repeal new tax breaks for tobacco, businesses and wealthy estates — even as Republicans prepare …

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    13 Jun 17
  • nws

    Severe thunderstorms blew through the area Sunday morning, producing hail, rains, strong winds and lightning. The National Weather Service reported wind gusts reaching 60 mph in many areas. Winds in Meeker County hit 80 mph. …

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    12 Jun 17
  • Emergency

    HOWARD LAKE, Minn. – Wright County authorities say the body of a male was recovered in the area where a teen went missing Monday night. Authorities say volunteer searchers found the body Thursday in the …

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    09 Jun 17
  • Willmar Police Investigation

    WILLMAR – Police officers pulled a 37-year-old Murdock man to safety as he was threatening to jump off a railing on the busy First Street Bridge in Willmar early Wednesday afternoon. According to Police Chief …

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    08 Jun 17