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  • Essentia Health

    DULUTH, Minn. (AP) – Attorneys say a Duluth businesswoman who accused her psychotherapist of financial exploitation has settled a lawsuit against the defendant’s employer. The lawyer representing funeral home owner Mary Williams says terms of the plaintiff’s settlement with …

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    07 Mar 12
  • Synthetic Drugs

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Minnesota lawmakers are considering making it a felony to sell certain synthetic drugs meant to mimic controlled substances already deemed illegal. The proposal awaiting action at the Legislature would broaden an existing synthetic drug …

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    07 Mar 12
  • Bill Ingebrigtsen (2)1

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Tighter rules are being blamed for a sharp drop-off in donations of venison to Minnesota’s food shelves. Since the state began requiring X-rays of donated venison to ensure it’s not contaminated with lead …

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    07 Mar 12
  • Hearing Aids and Glasses

    Bring an appetite with you when you attend the KMRS-KKOK Spring Expo. For the third year, the Morris Lions will be serving a fund raising breakfast. Lions member Barry Erdahl says the Morris Lions donate the money they …

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    06 Mar 12
  • Speaker

    Several local schools will be hosting their home Speech meets in the next few weeks. Minnewaska hosts their meet this afternoon (March 6), starting at 3:30 p.m. Morris students will host their home meet on March 8 at …

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    06 Mar 12
  • Food Shelf

    The Stevens County Food Shelf has been serving the community five days a week, and they’ve had plenty of visitors. LoAnne Jaeck, co-coordinator for the food shelf, says they’ve been seeing a lot of people, this year and …

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    06 Mar 12
  • construction

    Stevens County will be spending millions of dollars over the next five years on major road and bridge construction projects throughout the county. In 2012, the county expects to spend over $1.7 million on the City of Alberta …

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    06 Mar 12
  • Alberta Post Office

    U.S. Senator Al Franken says communities without reliable, fast postal service would have a harder time attracting businesses because so many rural businesses rely on shipping. The U.S. Postal Service has proposed closing 117 Minnesota post offices as …

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    06 Mar 12