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  • Clay Co. woman convicted of setting fires

    MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP) – A Clay County woman who blamed her ex-lover for setting a series of fires at her farm has been convicted of arson. Tara Andvik sobbed quietly as the guilty verdicts on …

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    16 May 12
  • Man pleads guilty to choking HCMC lab tech

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A Minneapolis man has pleaded guilty to choking a lab technician at Hennepin County Medical Center. Forty-five-year-old Timothy Marshall pleaded guilty Tuesday to second-degree assault. He was facing charges of attempted second-degree …

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    16 May 12
  • Police: Golf club may have been used to kill dog

    FERGUS FALLS, Minn. (AP) – Police say someone may have used a golf club to kill a small dog at a Fergus Falls apartment house. The dog was killed Sunday night after it wandered out …

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    16 May 12
  • Woman sues city over political yard signs

    LITTLE FALLS, Minn. (AP) – A Little Falls woman is suing the city after officials ordered her to remove the political signs in her yard. Robin Hensel’s lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court, says the …

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    16 May 12
  • Property Taxes

    First half property taxes are due to your local government center Tuesday. At the Scott County Government Center in Shakopee, the customer service window will be open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The drive-through …

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    15 May 12
  • Escaped security hospital patient captured after 24-hour search

    A patient at the St. Peter Regional Treatment Center walked away from the facility last week and was missing for almost 24 hours before a turkey hunter and a K-9 unit helped capture him. William …

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    15 May 12
  • TCU-TriCityUnitedTitans

    Individuals and families in the Le Center or Montgomery-Lonsdale school districts who want to play a historic part in the school consolidation are invited to help choose the new school song. The two school districts’ …

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    11 May 12
  • road construction

    Northbound traffic on Hwy 169 near Jordan will encounter detours this weekend as the Minnesota Department of Transportation completes culvert repair work in the area. The northbound lanes will be closed at Highway 282 all …

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    11 May 12