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  • Woman fatally shot in Northfield

    NORTHFIELD, Minn. (AP) – Police in a southeastern Minnesota city say a woman in her 60s was fatally shot by another woman who was arrested and later released. Investigators say both women apparently lived at …

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    15 Aug 16
  • Grand Prize Winner Justin Kral of Montgomery

    KCHK’s July Summer Prize Extravaganza Grand Prize Winner was Justin Kral from Montgomery. Justin won the Outdoor Furniture set from Wise Furniture in Le Sueur. He registered at Edel’s Meat Market in Montgomery.   KCHK’s July Summer …

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    08 Aug 16
  • Fewer buck-only zones this year for Minnesota deer hunters

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Deer hunting restrictions will be eased a bit in Minnesota this fall. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says one-deer limits are still in place for much of the state. …

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    02 Aug 16
  • Man killed by falling tree in Lakeville

      LAKEVILLE, Minn. (AP) – Police say a man cutting down a tree in the southern Twin Cities was killed when the tree fell on top of him. Lakeville police say the man, in his …

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    01 Aug 16
  • Jay Anthony Ernst

    HASTINGS, Minn. (AP) – A Minnesota man has pleaded guilty to trying to kill his two young sons during a suicide attempt last year. Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom says 28-year-old Jay Anthony Ernst of …

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    26 Jul 16
  • Mother, son die in Rochester house fire

    ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) – A 51-year-old mother and her 26-year-old son have died after a house fire in Rochester. Authorities identified the victims as Barbara Ruth Thoreson and her son, Matthew Thoreson. The Rochester Fire …

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    25 Jul 16
  • Kolacky Days Royalty Candidates and Royalty

    Kolacky Days Royalty Candidates and Royalty make appearances on KCHK, the Official Radio Station of Kolacky Days in Montgomery.

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    19 Jul 16
  • USDA Minnesota farmers still assessing storm damage

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – The U.S. Department of Agriculture says farmers are still assessing the damage after strong thunderstorms moved across northern and central parts of Minnesota last week. The agency said in its …

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    19 Jul 16