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  • Bicyclists

    ST. PAUL, Minn. — Warmer temperatures mean more bicyclists will return to the road, and together, motorists and bicyclists must share the road, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety and Minnesota Department of …

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    10 Jun 13
  • Benson Marching Band

    Area high school parade bands will be gathering in Benson this week,to celebrate Flag Day and begin their  summer of parade playing.  ThePioneerland Band Festival parade is held annually on June 14. Benson’s26th Annual Pioneerland Band …

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    10 Jun 13
  • Morris Old Elementary School

    The Morris And Cyrus School Districts are still waiting for a newdistrict number, to officially dissolve the two existing districts andform a newly consolidated district. Although the new district willassume the Morris Area Public Schools …

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    10 Jun 13
  • Lac Qui Parle Lake

    A woman and a girl have died after a boat overturned on Lac qui Parle lake, sending its occupants into the water. The boat flipped over Saturday afternoon near Boyd’s Landing. The Lac qui Parle …

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    10 Jun 13
  • Mark Dayton

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is embarking thisweek on his latest overseas trade trip with stops planned in Germany,Sweden and Norway. Dayton will be gone this Wednesday through Friday of the followingweek. The delegation of …

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    10 Jun 13
  • Electronic Pull-tab

    BEMIDJI, Minn. (AP) – The Minnesota group that represents charitablegambling operators is holding meetings around the state to promote thestruggling electronic bar games that are supposed to help pay for thenew Minnesota Vikings stadium. The …

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    10 Jun 13
  • Buffer Strips

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack visitsMinnesota to launch a new pilot project offering farmers incentives totake steps to reduce water pollution from their operations. The USDA describes the Minnesota Agricultural Water …

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    10 Jun 13
  • Social Security Administration

    MINOT, N.D. (AP) – A North Dakota man has been indicted in federalcourt for allegedly threatening to blow up a Social Security office inMinot. Fifty-four-year-old Kevin Skiles is charged with threatening to damageor destroy property …

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    10 Jun 13