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  • paul anderson

    Representative Paul Anderson of Starbuck says they could hear the bonding bill on the House floor today. Indications are the final plan will borrow and spend $846 million in bonds to fund construction projects across …

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    12 May 14
  • Jay McNamar

    State Representative Jay McNamar will escort Gov. Mark Dayton onto the floor of the House of Representative for his State of the State address this evening (April 30). Representative McNamar stated that he is honored. …

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    30 Apr 14
  • meeker county

    Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office investigators this past Wednesday searched West Central’s Finest, a K-bid online auction service in Litchfield with the help of the Litchfield Police Department and the CEE-VI Drug and Gang Task Force.  …

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    29 Apr 14
  • minnesota

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota lawmakers are trying again to push a tax relief bill through its last steps. Democratic legislative majorities had hoped to wrap up work on Thursday but a procedural hang-up …

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    21 Mar 14
  • mn board animal health

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — At least three horses in Minnesota have been euthanized because of a highly contagious equine virus that causes neurological problems. Three cases of the strain, called equine herpesvirus-1, have been …

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    21 Mar 14
  • mn dept ag

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota’s legislative auditor is calling for greater oversight over the state’s 13 agricultural research and promotional councils, which are funded by millions of dollars in check-off fees that producers pay. …

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    21 Mar 14
  • drunk driver penalty

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Two Republican lawmakers want the Minnesota Legislature to strengthen the maximum penalty for repeat drunk-driver offenders. Rep. Chris Swedzinski of Ghent and Sen. Gary Dahms of Redwood Falls appeared at …

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    18 Mar 14
  • blue earth

    WINONA, Minn. (AP) — A Blue Earth-area priest has admitted to fondling a girl while he was attending dinner at her grandmother’s home. The Rev. Leo Koppala pleaded guilty Monday to second-degree criminal sexual conduct …

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    18 Mar 14