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  • Quality Pork Processors

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota pork processing company says it has already disciplined two employees for actions shown in an undercover video released by an animal welfare group. Compassion Over Killing says the video from …

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    12 Nov 15
  • windy

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Some Minnesotans heard thunder in November as a strong storm system swept into the Midwest on Wednesday. The system brought soaking rains to the southeastern quarter of Minnesota yesterday. The National Weather …

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    12 Nov 15
  • wild turkey

    The Hutchinson City Council approved a policy last night (Tuesday) aimed at controlling wild turkeys that have become a nuisance in some residential areas. Officials say that because it will be a policy and not …

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    11 Nov 15
  • crops

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — With Minnesota’s fall harvest nearly over, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has boosted forecasts for what were already expected to be record corn and soybean crops. Tuesday’s update estimates Minnesota’s …

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    11 Nov 15
  • Laraby

    Chad Laraby of Granite Falls has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for the March 16th murder of his girlfriend Linda Boehme. In Yellow Medicine County District Court in Granite Falls Tuesday, Judge Dwayne …

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    11 Nov 15
  • District 423

    The Hutchinson School Board last night (Monday) canvassed the election results and approved the numbers from last Tuesday’s bond referendum vote. The bond referendum was overwhelmingly approved with 2,807 yes votes and 662 no votes. …

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    10 Nov 15
  • winter-hazard-awareness-week

    This week (November 9-13, 2015) has been designated as Winter Hazard Awareness Week. To help Minnesota residents minimize the risks of winter, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, in collaboration with the National Weather Service …

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    10 Nov 15
  • court

    SHAKOPEE, Minn. (AP) — A Shakopee man has been sentenced to nearly five years in prison after pleading guilty in the death of his infant son. Thirty-two-year-old Ryan Husemann Sr. was sentenced Monday in Scott …

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    10 Nov 15