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  • Voter ID

    State legislators continue to debate adding a Voter ID Amendment to the ballot this fall. Secretary of State Mark Ritchie has already cut to one of the main issues: cost. Ritchie says the short and long term costs …

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    12 Mar 12
  • Article Title

    The Douglas County Board of Commissioners meet tomorrow. On the agenda, the 2011 annual report from Land & Resource Management Director Dave Rush; Public Works Director, Dave Robley, will report on two agreements with the Cities of Garfield …

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    12 Mar 12
  • Union

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – A political battle that has consumed other states over the last year is coming to the Capitol, as a state Senate committee prepares to review a proposal that could make Minnesota a “right …

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    12 Mar 12
  • NAP

    Linda Hennen, State Executive Director of Minnesota’s USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) reminds producers to purchase FSA’s Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) coverage for noninsurable crops in order to be eligible for the agency’s disaster assistance programs. …

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    12 Mar 12
  • Biofuel Plant

    LE SUEUR, Minn. (AP) – A proposed biofuel plant in Le Sueur could be headed for a public vote. Petitions with hundreds of signatures have been turned over to the City Council. It’s the first step in …

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    12 Mar 12
  • Justin Kloos

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Justin Kloos of Lakeville South has won Minnesota’s 28th Annual Mr. Hockey Award. The Minnesota Minute Men gives the award to the outstanding senior boy’s high school hockey player in the state. At …

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    12 Mar 12
  • Boundary Waters

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – With just a few weeks before the spring camping season opens in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, the U.S. Forest Service expects as many as 76 campsites on 23 lakes to be unavailable in a …

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    12 Mar 12
  • Solar-Storm-sm

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Space weather forecasters say the solar storm that seemed to be more fizzle than fury got much stronger overnight. It’s now the most potent solar storm since 2004. So far, no power …

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    09 Mar 12