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  • Emergency

    A young male victim was airlifted to a Twin Cities hospital Wednesday after he was injured in a lawnmower incident. The Wright County Sheriff’s Office says they received a call at about 6 p.m. about …

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    07 Jul 16
  • Glencoe Municipal Airport

    WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken, along with Representative Collin Peterson, today (Wednesday) announced that the U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded Glencoe Municipal Airport a grant of $221,895 for infrastructure …

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    06 Jul 16
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    Nearly one-quarter of the second cutting of alfalfa hay was harvested during the 5.8 days suitable for fieldwork during the week ending Sunday, according to USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. This was the most days …

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    06 Jul 16
  • First Avenue

    (Learfield News Service)  Prince’s former band, the Revolution, is reuniting to perform two shows at First Avenue as tribute to the late Minnesota music icon. The Minneapolis club announced the shows today (Wednesday). The group …

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    06 Jul 16
  • Sebring

    LITCHFIELD—The former Meeker County sheriff’s deputy accused of stealing drugs from the department’s drug take-back box and toys from a toy drive says his confession was unlawfully used as evidence for a late-night search warrant …

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    06 Jul 16
  • Hail

    (Various) Severe thunderstorms packed a punch throughout the Twin Cities Tuesday knocking out power, downing trees and causing flash flooding. The National Weather Service says the storms knocked down trees up to 2 feet in …

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    06 Jul 16
  • 4 Plex Fire

    Spent fireworks are believed to be the cause of a fire that caused extensive damage to a Hutchinson four-plex overnight (Monday/Tuesday). Hutchinson Fire Chief Mike Schumann says they were called to the fire just before …

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    05 Jul 16
  • Milk

    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The North Dakota Farmers Union says it will fight for price protections for milk to stimulate the state’s slumping dairy industry. Farmers Union President Mark Watne tells the Bismarck Tribune that …

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    05 Jul 16