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    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – No Minnesota state employees had to be laid off as a result of the now-finished federal government shutdown. The shutdown ended early Thursday not long after the U.S. Congress passed …

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    18 Oct 13
  • taste

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – A Taste of Minnesota will return to St. Paul’s Harriet Island Park next summer after a three-year hiatus. Festival organizers made the announcement Thursday. A Taste of Minnesota will be …

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    18 Oct 13
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    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Three construction companies are asking a court to review the award of a $98 million state contract to rebuild a section of Interstate 35 in the Twin Cities. C.S. McCrossan …

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    15 Oct 13
  • College students

    HASTINGS, Minn. (AP) – A group of Hastings High School students want their fellow teens to realize they don’t have to face life’s difficult challenges alone. Following the death of one classmate in a car …

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    15 Oct 13
  • football helmet

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Fears of concussions and other serious injuries are contributing to declining participation in youth football programs across Minnesota. Minnesota Public Radio and KARE-TV report the declines range from about a …

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    15 Oct 13
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    KCHK FREE Listener Appreciation Dance and Party on Sunday November 3rd from 1-5pm at the Park Ballroom in New Prague.  Music provided by The Revival Band playing what we play–Polka, Vintage Country, and 50′s-60′s music.  Tons of …

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    07 Oct 13
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    BURNSVILLE, Minn. (AP) – Hundreds of people packed the Burnsville Performing Arts Center for a memorial service dedicated to a slain University of Minnesota student. Family, friends, former high school classmates and university sociology professors …

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    07 Oct 13
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    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Applications for Minnesota wolf hunting and trapping licenses have dropped by almost half this year. Last year was the Minnesota’s first wolf hunt since the animals came off the endangered list. About …

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    07 Oct 13