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    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A U.S.-Canada trade dispute has spread to Minnesota, where officials say 19 dairy farms are affected. Lucas Sjostrom, (SHOW’-strum), executive director of the Minnesota Milk Producers Association, said Wednesday that 19 Minnesota …

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    20 Apr 17
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    18 Apr 17
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    17 Apr 17
  • Gov. Mark Dayton to open bass season on Mille Lacs Lake

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Gov. Mark Dayton will travel to Mille Lacs (mil-LAX’) Lake for the bass season opener on May 27. With the popular lake’s walleye population struggling, Dayton is going to Mille …

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    12 Apr 17
  • Le Sueur County 8th Graders promoting safe driving

    Congratulations to these Le Sueur County 8th Graders on their awards in conjunction with their efforts to promote safe driving. Pictured here with Judge Mark Vandelist and Chief Deputy Brett Mason. Listen for their PSA’s …

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    10 Apr 17
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    LE CENTER, Minn. (AP) – A southern Minnesota woman has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for plotting to kill her ex-husband. Forty-two-year-old Blanche Wilson of Le Sueur was sentenced Wednesday for conspiracy to …

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    06 Apr 17
  • Minnesota House unanimously approves $527M in Legacy funding

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – The Minnesota House has voted to distribute $527 million in funding to arts, environmental and cultural heritage projects across the state. Tuesday’s House vote was unanimous. The money comes from …

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    06 Apr 17
  • Dayton official recommends vetoes for budget bills

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Gov. Mark Dayton’s top budget official says he’ll recommend the governor veto most of the GOP-controlled Legislature’s budget bills in their current form. Minnesota Management and Budget Commissioner Myron Frans …

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    06 Apr 17