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      Congratulations to New Prague students Hallie O’Neill, Matt Schoenbauer, and Jacki Sleavin they were accepted for All State Choir and Jacob Hurt and Katie McGannon who are alternates. Students who are accepted will get …

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    30 Apr 14
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    Trojans Activities Director, Brad Skogerboe would like to introduce the New Trojan Head Football Coach, Drew Danner to parents, alumni, and community members on May 4th at 2:00 pm in the High School Main Gym. Coach Danner …

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    30 Apr 14
  • KCHK Local News

    Four Montgomery policemen were among the honorees at the Minnesota State Patrol annual awards ceremony Monday at Royal Cliff Banquet Center in Eagan.   Each year the patrol honors residents, troopers and other public servants who …

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    29 Apr 14
  • KCHK Local News

    Jennifer Smisek of Le Center Floral has recently been designated as an FTD Premier Florist. This elite recognition is only available to top quality florists that are a part of the 100-year-old FTD florist network. …

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    29 Apr 14
  • Minneapolis considers renaming Columbus Day

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minneapolis could join other government entities which have renamed Columbus Day, a federal holiday since 1937, but not observed in all states. The holiday was created to commemorate Christopher Columbus’ arrival …

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    24 Apr 14
  • Archbishop deposition on abuse made public

      ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Attorneys for victims of alleged sexual abuse by priests say a deposition by Twin Cities Archbishop John Nienstedt shows deceit continues in the church. Nienstedt is head of the …

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    24 Apr 14
  • Limited corn planting begins in SW Minnesota

      ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Snow and cold continue to put field work on ice at farms across Minnesota. In its weekly crop progress and condition report for the state, the U.S. Department of …

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    22 Apr 14
  • Twins book McCartney concert for Target Field

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Almost 50 years after the Beatles made their only Minnesota appearance, Paul McCartney has been booked for another ballpark concert. The Minnesota Twins announced Monday that McCartney will bring his “Out …

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    22 Apr 14