Minnesota
  • Patrick Devine

    Based on a thorough review of the district’s increasing K-12 enrollment and projected enrollment growth through at least 2020, the Waconia School Board voted unanimously, at its August 11 meeting, to place a school funding …

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    14 Aug 14
  • New Ulm Schools

    New Ulm School District voters Tuesday approved a nearly $47-million bond referendum. The unofficial vote total resulted in the referendum not passing; however, Precinct 1 had bad data on their electronic scoring card, but the …

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    14 Aug 14
  • Election Results

    Unofficial results are in for the Minnesota primary election. Hennepin County commissioner Jeff Johnson has captured the Republican nomination for Minnesota governor over three major rivals. Tuesday’s victory means Johnson advances to a fall showdown …

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    13 Aug 14
  • McLeod County - Beyond the Yellow Ribbon - Supporter

    The State of Minnesota will formally proclaim McLeod County as a ‘Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Community’ today (Friday, August 15). McLeod County Veterans Services Director Jim Lauer says the brief 20-30 minute event will be …

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    12 Aug 14
  • Stabbing

    On Saturday morning, just before 10am, the Litchfield Police Department responded to a report of a stabbing in the 400 block of South Davis Avenue in the City of Litchfield. The Litchfield Police Department apprehended …

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    12 Aug 14
  • Primary Election

    Today (Tuesday, August 12) is primary election day in Minnesota. In Minnesota partisan primary elections, voters do not need to publicly declare affiliation with a party — they are free to vote for any one political party …

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    12 Aug 14
  • Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Jeff Johnson

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    08 Aug 14
  • McFadden

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Republican U.S. Senate candidate Mike McFadden will deliver the GOP’s weekly rebuttal to President Obama. The party’s radio address is generally delivered by sitting lawmakers or governors, although some …

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    08 Aug 14