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  • Minnesota farmers catching up on planting

      ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Despite widespread rain last week, Minnesota farmers have managed to reach planting levels close to the five-year averages. According to the U.S. Agriculture Department, 97 percent of Minnesota’s expected …

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    17 Jun 14
  • Line workers restore power to 106,000

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Hundreds of power line workers have restored service to most of the 106,000 Xcel Energy customers who went down in weekend storms. All but a couple hundred customers had power by …

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    16 Jun 14
  • New Shakopee VA clinic holds grand opening

      SHAKOPEE, Minn. (AP) – Monday marks the grand opening of the new Veterans Affairs clinic in Shakopee. U.S. Rep. John Kline is slated to keynote the 9 a.m. program, which includes an open house …

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    16 Jun 14
  • Man, 80, rescued from SE Minnesota grain bin

      LEWISTON, Minn. (AP) – An 80-year-old man has survived being trapped for several hours in a corn bin in southeastern Minnesota. Winona County Sheriff Dave Brand tells KAGE-AM rescuers pulled John Daley from the …

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    13 Jun 14
  • Delbert Huber

      FARIBAULT, Minn. (AP) – An 83-year-old man imprisoned for killing a Minnesota teacher in 2011 has died. The Minnesota Department of Corrections confirms Delbert Huber died Wednesday night. Huber was being held in the …

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    13 Jun 14
  • health-insurance

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – University of Minnesota researchers say the federal health overhaul has helped cut the number of uninsured people in the state by about 40 percent. It’s the first major assessment of the …

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    11 Jun 14
  • Super Bowl organizers on defensive over NFL asks

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A published report detailing perks the National Football League requests of cities bidding for the Super Bowl has organizers of the 2018 Minnesota game on the defensive. The Minnesota bid committee …

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    10 Jun 14
  • Wet conditions delay final Minnesota planting push

      ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Wet conditions are delaying a final planting push by Minnesota farmers. Ninety-six percent of Minnesota’s expected corn acreage has been planted, which is just 1 percentage point behind the …

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    10 Jun 14