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  • Researchers to collar 52 adult moose in NE Minn.

    The radio collars use GPS to transmit alerts when a moose dies. Biologists then try to rush to the carcass within 24 hours before it decomposes or scavengers destroy the evidence. Michelle Carstensen of the …

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    04 Feb 14
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    Congratulations to Vic Forland from Prior Lake!  Vic was the big winner of KCHK’s Super Bowl Sweepstakes given away Thursday Jan. 30th.  Vic registered at the Prior Lake VFW and received his recliner for Berger …

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    04 Feb 14
  • January economic survey suggests growth in Midwest

      OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – A new survey of business leaders suggests the economy will continue growing in nine Midwestern and Plains states in the months ahead. The monthly Mid-America Business Conditions Index rose to …

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    03 Feb 14
  • Henderson Roadhaus

    The second annual Henderson Roadhaus/KCHK Winter Old Time Music Jam Session is Sunday February 9th. The event will be held in the bar from 1-5 pm Sunday. All Musicians are welcome! Come early and enjoy …

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    01 Feb 14
  • Target says hackers stole credentials from vendor

      MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) – Target says investigators have found that hackers stole credentials from a vendor to access the retailer’s systems and pilfer about 40 million debit and credit card numbers as well as …

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    30 Jan 14
  • MNsure

      ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – State officials say 14 people who managed the troubled MNsure online health insurance exchange were paid bonuses of more than $26,000 just after its launch. Software problems plagued the …

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    30 Jan 14
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    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Sen. Amy Klobuchar says the crafting of a compromise five-year farm bill is a critical step toward providing support and certainty for Minnesota farmers. The Minnesota Democrat was on the conference committee …

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    29 Jan 14
  • Minn. DNR Fewer wolves shot for predator control

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Minnesota wildlife managers say fewer wolves are being shot or trapped for predator control. Department of Natural Resources wolf specialist Dan Stark told a legislative hearing Tuesday the number of …

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    29 Jan 14