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  • Employment

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota job openings are at their highest in more than a decade but wages still aren’t high enough to support a family. The Star Tribune reports new state data show those mixed …

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    14 Sep 15
  • HFD

    (MNN)  Governor Mark Dayton has ordered all U-S and Minnesota flags be flown at half-staff today (Friday) in observance of the fourteenth anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks.Dayton said, “I was in Washington on …

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    11 Sep 15
  • Emergency

    (MNN/Greenwood)  Loved ones are mourning after police say a family of five was found dead in a Greenwood home of an apparent murder-suicide yesterday on Lake Minnetonka. 45-year-old Brian Short and his wife 48-year-old Karen …

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    11 Sep 15
  • police

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The sheriff who handled the case of Minnesota lawmakers cited for making out in a park says one legislator “changed her tune” after initially thanking the park ranger for intervening. …

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    11 Sep 15
  • Salmonella

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — State health officials are investigating an outbreak of salmonella linked to eating at Chipotle restaurants in Minnesota. The Minnesota Department of Health said Thursday that 45 cases of the food-borne …

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    11 Sep 15
  • West Central Sanitation

    Effective October 1st, West Central Sanitation will be the City of Hutchinson’s new refuse hauling contractor. In preparation of the change in service, West Central Sanitation will be delivering new garbage containers and compost containers …

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    11 Sep 15
  • Starkey

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The founder of hearing aid giant Starkey Hearing Technologies says there’s an ongoing investigation amid reports of a shakeup in the Minnesota company’s senior leadership. Minnesota Public Radio News reports …

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    10 Sep 15
  • cucumber

    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The state Department of Health has confirmed a case of salmonella in North Dakota matching a national outbreak that has sickened nearly 350 people across 30 states. The department said Wednesday …

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    10 Sep 15