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  • Man assualts guest after finding him with mother in bedroom

    A man from Spring Lake Township has been charged with multiple felonies after assaulting a guest with a golf club when he discovered the guest in a bed room with his mother. According to the …

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    19 Jan 12
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    The USDA Farm Service Agency has announced plans to consolidate more than 130 FSA offices nationwide, including the Scott County location in Jordan. Laura Kieser with the University of Minnesota Extension in Scott County says …

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    19 Jan 12
  • dayton vikings

    During a press conference Wednesday in St. Paul, Governor Mark Dayton narrowed down his recommendation for a Vikings stadium site but declined to keep Shakopee’s proposal in the mix. Dayton said the Shakopee site merited …

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    19 Jan 12
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    Before you try to pawn off your old and broken Christmas lights on the Trading Post, consider recycling them through Scott County. The county’s Household Hazardous Waste Facility is recycling used holiday lights and old …

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    19 Jan 12
  • prison-fence

    Governor Mark Dayton’s bonding proposal includes a security measure for a local women’s prison. The $1.5 billion bonding proposal released yesterday includes $5.4 million for a security fence at the women’s prison in Shakopee. Since …

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    18 Jan 12
  • road construction

    Motorists making their way through Savage will encounter delays outside of the regular rush hour starting Wednesday as both directions of Highway 13 between the Highway 13/101 intersection and 126th street will be closed starting …

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    18 Jan 12
  • Pictured left to right - City Administrator, Mike Johnson, Ronald Bruzek, New Prague Mayor, Chuck Nickolay

    New Prague City Council including Mayor Chuck Nickolay and City Administrator, Mike Johnson honored Ronald Bruzek, the New Prague Waste Water Superintendent during the January 17th City Council Meeting. Mr. Bruzek will be retiring from …

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    17 Jan 12
  • State officials shut down Farmington’s hopes for license bureau

    After months of struggles Farmington decides to give up on re-opening the license bureau in City Hall. The center was opened last March but closed after only about a week. The center was permitted to …

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    17 Jan 12