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  • Delbert Huber 2

    An 82-year-old man will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars for fatally shooting a teacher at a farm in Kandiyohi County. Delbert Huber was sentenced Tuesday to 30 years, 7 months for …

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    04 Sep 12
  • Road Construction

    Motorists in west central Minnesota will experience delays, detours and lane closures on several highways beginning Sept. 10 as crews begin culvert repair and replacement projects. The affected locations include: ยท Interstate 94 eastbound at …

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    31 Aug 12
  • Timothy Huber

    At a Thursday hearing for Timothy Huber, a man accused in Kandiyohi of assisting his father, Delbert Huber, murder a 43-year-old Albertville man, Timothy Larson, a detective for the Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office was called …

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    31 Aug 12
  • Caution

    Motorists can now travel on Highway 29 between Alexandria and Glenwood as the detour has been removed. Motorists will still experience occasional lane closures and delays while crews complete shoulder work, striping projects and guard …

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    31 Aug 12
  • Dispatch Center

    The City of Morris and Stevens County have settled on a new five year deal for dispatching services; both the Board of Commissioners and City Council have signed a resolution formalizing their agreement. When the …

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    30 Aug 12
  • Delbert and Timothy Huber

    Timothy Huber, a Paynesville man who, along with his father, is accused in the shooting death of Timothy Larson in 2011, will appear in Kandiyohi County Court this morning for an omnibus hearing. Timothy Huber …

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    30 Aug 12
  • MDA Lock-Up

    You might be getting a call tomorrow from a loved one in jail, but don’t worry too much, their jail doesn’t have any bars. The Muscular Dystrophy Association is hosting their annual Stevens County Lock-up …

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    30 Aug 12
  • Minnesota State Patrol

    The Minnesota State Patrol and local law enforcement agencies continue their increased DWI Patrols this week, an enforcement campaign that will last through Labor Day weekend. Every year, a high percentage of roadway deaths are …

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    30 Aug 12