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  • Drive for Education

    Two Jordan High School students are looking for community support to help them win a $10,000 grant in an essay contest. Kurt Schansberg and Reinah Thom have already secured $2,500 as one of 14 finalists …

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    06 Mar 12
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    A man suspected of burglarizing several homes on Prior Lake last month was arrested last week in Burnsville. The 41-year-old man, wanted on a federal warrant in Alaska for trafficking opiates, was arrested by U.S. …

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    06 Mar 12
  • handcuffs

    A Chanhassen psychologist has been accused of sexual misconduct after allegedly having sexual contact with a patient during a controversial therapy technique. According to the Carver County Sherriff’s Office, Richard Colund, 54, is charged with …

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    06 Mar 12
  • burkhartzmeyer

    The founder of Burkhartzmeyer Shoes in Faribault has passed away at the age of 91. Al Burkhartzmeyer died Wednesday, Feb. 29 at his home. He and his brothers opened Burkhartzmeyer Shoes in 1949 as an …

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    05 Mar 12
  • berg

    A Farmington man is facing multiple criminal sexual conduct charges in connection with at least four incidents in which he attempted to lure children or exposed himself to them. Adam Eugene Berg, 30, has been …

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    05 Mar 12
  • handcuffs

    Two men have been summoned to district court for a crime that was committed almost a year ago. Mitchell William Florea, 24, of Jordan and Nathan Thomas Bandy, 23, of Belle Plaine are each facing …

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    05 Mar 12
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    New political boundaries released last month by the Minnesota Supreme Court have begun taking their toll on area legislators up for reelection this fall. Senator Al DeKruif, who represents District 25, announced on Sunday his …

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    05 Mar 12
  • U of M lawyer: Sviggum has conflict of interest

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – The top lawyer for the University of Minnesota says Regent Steve Sviggum has a conflict of interest that can’t be resolved while he works for the Senate Republican Caucus. General Counsel Mark …

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    29 Feb 12