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  • $40,000 grant will help reinforce good behavior at TCU schools

    The Tri-City United School District has received $40,000 in grant money to help reinforce positive student behavior at all four schools. TCU-Le Center Principal Brian Grensteiner and middle school science teacher Jeff Ballman announced the …

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    16 Feb 17
  • Joseph Scot Lacek

    A Chanhassen man is in custody after allegedly attempting to rob a Victoria liquor store Mondayafternoon, according to the Carver County Sheriff’s Office. At 12:57 p.m., deputies responded to a 911 call at Hi-Five Liquors at 1512 …

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    16 Feb 17
  • Mary Jo Meyer

    The winner of KCHK’s Lover’s Loot Valentine’s Grand Prize is Steve Meyer from Le Sueur.  He won the prize package worth over $1,400 dollars in certificates and tickets!  Pictured is Steve’s wife Mary Jo along …

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    10 Feb 17
  • Scott Anderson, Prior Lake

    Winner of the KCHK 2017 Super Bowl Sweepstakes is Scott Anderson of Prior Lake who registered at Clancy’s Bar and Pizza Parlor in Jordan.  He wins the recliner from Berger Interiors, TV from Wise Furniture, …

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    03 Feb 17
  • Bill Krouse

    American Trucking Associations has named 20 professional truck drivers, including Bill Krouse of Shakopee, to the 2017-2018 America’s Road Team, an elite group of professionals who serve as trucking industry ambassadors. America’s Road Team was …

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    31 Jan 17
  • Defocused shot of ambulance on a city street

    BURNSVILLE, Minn. (AP) – The Minnesota State Patrol says two people have been struck and killed by vehicles in separate incidents. Authorities say a 45-year-old man died about 9 p.m. Sunday after he was struck …

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    31 Jan 17
  • Prior Lake police seeking a suspect believed to be passing counterfeit bills

    Prior Lake police are seeking a suspect believed to be passing counterfeit $50 bills at local businesses. Police have received three recent reports of the bills, which appear authentic at a glance. The bills were …

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    18 Jan 17
  • State grants $34 million to expand rural broadband, one project in Le Sueur County

    ST. PAUL — A new round of state grants could extend broadband to thousands of businesses and households throughout areas of rural Minnesota, including a portion of Le Sueur County, that now are without reliable …

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    18 Jan 17