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  • warm to cold

    (MNN/Minneapolis, MN) — Expect the frigid cold weather to stick around for New Year’s Eve. A wind chill advisory issued by the National Weather Service remains in effect this morning statewide. The weather should warm …

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    31 Dec 14
  • court

    A Brooklyn Center man made his first court appearance Tuesday in Kandiyohi County District Court on a number of charges stemming from an alleged drunken rampage Sunday in Willmar. The West Central Tribune reports 26-year-old …

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    31 Dec 14
  • gas prices dropping

    Gas prices are still on the way down according to new numbers out from the federal government. The price of regular unleaded nationwide is now $1.03 less than it was a year ago. The Energy …

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    30 Dec 14
  • Firefighter

    A horse barn fire early this morning (Monday) in Wright County destroyed the structure, killed nine horses, and two people suffered smoke inhalation. Sheriff Joe Hagerty at about 12:36 am the Wright County Sheriff’s Office …

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    29 Dec 14
  • Fatal Crash

    Two people are dead and another hurt after a rollover crash in central Minnesota. The Kandiyohi County sheriff’s office was called to the single-vehicle crash just before 9 p.m. Sunday. Authorities say the driver, 20-year-old …

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    29 Dec 14
  • melting tin1

    The Cokato Museum & Historical Society invites the public for its 15th Annual New Year’s Open House on Sunday, January 4, from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.  The open house will take place in the Centennial Room of …

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    29 Dec 14
  • Fatal Crash

    Police say alcohol may have been a factor in a crash that killed two people in Maple Grove. The Hennepin County medical examiner identifies them as 68-year-old Sheron Lee Swanson of Dayton and 54-year-old Michael …

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    29 Dec 14
  • garden

    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Gardeners at hundreds of spots around the country are sharing seeds as part of an increasing interest in locally grown food, but some agriculture officials say the well-meaning effort violates …

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    29 Dec 14