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  • Autumn Lee

    Another area educator has been named a Fox 9 Top Teacher. Shakopee High School teacher Autumn Lee received the award Wednesday. Lee created and teaches a high school program called Life Evolves Around Possibilities, which …

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    27 Apr 12
  • MSB

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – The Minnesota School of Business has fired a teacher after he was sentenced for defrauding banks of millions of dollars. The school fired 64-year-old Joseph Traxler of Bloomington on Wednesday, the day …

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    26 Apr 12
  • Montgomery

    A Chaska man will spend almost five years behind bars for robbing a couple outside Little Six Casino in Prior Lake last year. Ahi Alajuwan Montgomery, 25, pleaded guilty in Scott County District Court to …

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    26 Apr 12
  • Garcia

    Three men, including one from Lakeville, have been charged with trafficking cocaine in the Northfield area. The charges come following several undercover buys of cocaine at the Flying J Travel Plaza over the past two …

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    26 Apr 12
  • Minnesota FFA Foundation

    Twenty-three FFA chapters from across the state were recognized for their community service efforts earlier this week at the 83rd Minnesota FFA Convention at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities.   Among the honored …

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    26 Apr 12
  • police lights 2

    A Montgomery man has been discovered as the suspect in a reckless driving incident he reported to authorities last month. Lloyd Joseph Michael Skluzacek, 30, identified himself as Joe Skluzacek when he called the Le …

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    25 Apr 12
  • Police discover pot in Belle Plaine home during domestic dispute

    A fight between roommates may turn into felony drug charges after police responding to a domestic dispute call found marijuana plants inside a Belle Plaine home. Officers were called to a home on South Willow …

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    25 Apr 12
  • MSB

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A Shakopee business school educator who taught classes on fraud has been sentenced to five years in prison for defrauding banks of millions of dollars. Sixty-four-year-old Joseph Traxler, of Bloomington, was also …

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    25 Apr 12