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  • Oakland Cemetery

    The remains of an unknown man will finally be laid to rest on All Saints Day, November 1st, in Hutchinson’s Oakland Cemetery after decades of uncertainty as to who he is. The identity of the man is …

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    24 Oct 12
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    Hutchinson Police have released more information on the report of sexual assault Monday morning in the 400 Block of Northwoods Avenue Northeast. Authorities say a teenaged girl was letting her dog out at about 6:00 …

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    23 Oct 12
  • Fatal Crash

    A three-car crash in St. Michael Friday night left two drivers dead and several passengers injured. The Wright County Sheriff’s Office says the accident happened around 9:40 p.m. in the 8300 block of 10th Street NE. Two …

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    23 Oct 12
  • Meeker County Sheriff

    A Dassel man is facing child pornography charges after an investigation that began last month. Meeker County Sheriff Jeff Norlin says investigators arrested 23-year-old Nathan Charles Robert Schwartz of Dassel at a home in Litchfield on Friday. Norlin …

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    23 Oct 12
  • Fire Line Do Not Cross

    The cause of a fire that burned a summer home Sunday evening in rural Dassel is under investigation. According to the Meeker County Sheriff’s Office, a neighbor to the David and Brenda Munsinger home located …

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    22 Oct 12
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    Hutchinson police are investigating after a report of a sexual assault came in early this morning (Monday). Authorities say a call came in just after 6:30 am that an assault took place in the 400 Block of …

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    22 Oct 12
  • Police

    Paynesville may be getting a new Police Chief soon. KWLM reports the Paynesville city council has offered the job of police chief to Paul Wegner who has been a police sergeant in Madelia. If Wegner …

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    20 Oct 12
  • Minn-Dak

    Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative of Wahpeton, North Dakota, has paid a 70-thousand-dollar fine and aggressively taken corrective steps to address problems identified at several Minn-Dak sugar beet piling sites in Minnesota following an investigation by the …

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    20 Oct 12