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  • douglas county sheriff (3)

    On Thursday, April 19, at 3:28 p.m. , the Douglas County Sherrif’s Office responded to 1005 Eckert Street near Alexandria . The landlord of the residence reported that he found his renter in her apartment …

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    20 Apr 12
  • F-Hole Tattoo1

    Minnesota blood donors who have recently been inked (tattooed) will no longer be deferred for one year by their local blood centers. Eligible donors who receive a body art, including tattoos and piercings by a …

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    20 Apr 12
  • Mn Department of Health

    A new report from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) shows that the number of reportable sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in Minnesota climbed to a new high of 19,547 in 2011. The continued rise in …

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    20 Apr 12
  • Jacob Seth Cobb

    18 year old Jacob Cobb of Alberta , who is in jail on charges of 2nd degree murder and awaiting trial, assaulted another prisoner in the Kandiyohi County Jail last week and is also charged …

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    20 Apr 12
  • MN Wild

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – The Minnesota Wild said Wednesday goalie Niklas Backstrom (ankle), left wing Dany Heatley (knee) and right wing Devin Setoguchi (ankle) have all had procedures done since the season ended 10 days ago. Backstrom …

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    19 Apr 12
  • Emerald Ash Borer 2

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minnesota’s early spring means emerald ash borer beetles are emerging earlier than usual. Ralph Sievert, director of Park Forestry for the Minneapolis Park Board, says people should take steps to help stop the spread …

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    19 Apr 12
  • Adderall

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A coalition of law enforcement and health officials says reports of drug thefts are soaring at Minnesota hospitals and nursing homes. A report by the group finds the number of reported incidents in Minnesota has …

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    19 Apr 12
  • Jack Jablonski

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A Minnesota high school hockey player is closer to getting back home after being paralyzed on the ice last December. Jack Jablonski was released Wednesday after nearly three months at Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute …

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    19 Apr 12