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  • KCHK Local News

    Canterbury Park officials announced Tuesday plans for a $2.5 million event and exposition center. The 30,000-square-foot structure will increase Canterbury’s available event space to more than 100,000 square feet, making it the fourth largest exhibit …

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    30 Apr 14
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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
  • The 37th Annual Pioneer Power Swap Meet

    The 37th Annual Pioneer Power Swap Meet held April 25-28 was a big success.  Between 10 and 12,000 people came on Friday alone with a big crowd Saturday and less on Sunday with the rain.  There was a record number of …

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    28 Apr 14
  • Kyle Sweeney "Sloppy Frizz" bids farewell to KCHK

    KCHK Wednesday personality Kyle Sweeney bid farewell to his listening audience on Wednesday April 23, 2014.  Kyle had been with the station for more than a year and became a fixture during the Vintage Country and Polka …

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    25 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