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  • cocaine

    A New Prague man could face 45 years in prison for allegedly selling drugs to an undercover agent. Cole Douglas Larson, 20, is charged in Le Sueur County with two counts of a controlled substance …

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    30 Jan 12
  • Minneapolis council wants Vikings referendum

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – The Minnesota Vikings may finally be warming to a new football stadium at the Metrodome site, but the Minneapolis City Council is not sold. The Star Tribune reports that a …

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    27 Jan 12
  • ConcussionProgram

    Following the pattern of many schools around the state, the Jordan School Board has chosen to require baseline concussion testing for all 7-12 athletes in the district. Athletic Director Jeff Vizenor will now seek bids …

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    27 Jan 12
  • Tattooing

    A Chaska juvenile’s infected body art has led police to the door of a man accused of offering tattoo services without a license. Police learned of the alleged practice and discovered that some of the …

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    27 Jan 12
  • amy ann romero

    GAYLORD, Minn. (AP) – A Missouri woman has been returned to Minnesota to face accusations that she left her newborn baby in some woods to die shortly after giving birth in 2001. Amy Ann Romero …

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    27 Jan 12
  • wrestling1

    The mat room is quiet this week at New Prague High School, where the Trojan Wrestling team is following orders to refrain from contact practices and competition after a herpes scare. The Minnesota State High …

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    26 Jan 12
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    A woman from Norwood Young America has been sentenced to nearly five years in prison for robbing a Chaska bar last spring. Roberta Ann Michel, 45, was sentenced in Carver County District Court on Tuesday …

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    26 Jan 12
  • Photo credit: Minnesota Public Radio News

    Frustrated drivers who chronically find themselves without a driver’s license because of continuous fines, fees and restrictions may soon find relief. Last year, the state legislature allowed for counties and cities to participate in a …

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    26 Jan 12