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  • U.S. Supreme Court

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A Minnesota voter who challenged a law restricting what could be worn to a polling place welcomed a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that agreed with him. The high court struck down the …

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    15 Jun 18
  • Pruitt

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt is being met with protests deep in Trump country, as corn farmers and ethanol producers complain his support for oil and gas is hurting their industries. …

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    15 Jun 18
  • Pawlenty in Hutchinson

    Former Minnesota Governor and Republican candidate to be the next Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty made a stop in Hutchinson yesterday afternoon (Thursday) at Zella’s Restaurant. Pawlenty did an interview with the local cable TV network, …

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    14 Jun 18
  • Employment

    ST. PAUL – Minnesota employers added 10,200 jobs in May, according to seasonally adjusted figures released today (Thursday) by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). With those gains, the state has added 29,188 jobs …

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    14 Jun 18
  • Firefighter

    (KWLM/Spring Hill MN-) A rural Paynesville workshop was destroyed by fire Tuesday night. The Stearns County Sheriff’s Department says the fire was at a workshop on the Steve and Diane Welle Farm, one mile northeast …

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    14 Jun 18
  • Hutchinson City Center

    The Hutchinson City Council last night (Tuesday) continued discussion on how it’s going to handle the invocation before council meetings. Recently, the council agreed to continue the practice of having an invocation before the meetings, …

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    13 Jun 18
  • court

    (West Central Tribune/Willmar, MN) — Federal weapons charges have been filed against a Willmar man who had been set to face a jury trial on similar charges later this month in Kandiyohi County. The West …

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    13 Jun 18
  • MNLARS

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Two state agencies say they may soon run out of money to fix Minnesota’s beleaguered new driver registration platform. Minnesota’s Information Technology Services agency and the Department of Public Safety …

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    13 Jun 18