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    The Minnesota Court of Appeals has the job of settling the crematory debate in Jordan, and the issue may come down to a battle over words. On Wednesday, the Jordan Community Action Group and attorneys …

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    23 Feb 12
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    A man from Savage has been arrested for the third time on domestic assault charges after allegedly hitting his wife with a chair, then threatening to kill her. James Wayne Herron, 38, is facing multiple …

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    23 Feb 12
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    A Le Center man’s burglary attempt was disrupted by an alert neighbor who witnessed the attempted break-in through her window and then called police. According to a criminal complaint, Daniel Isaac Rupert tried to break …

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    23 Feb 12
  • Charges: Man used hammer in Blue Earth attack

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Officials say a home invasion in Blue Earth was carried out by an apparently jealous husband who used a hammer to assault his wife, another man, and his wife’s two teenage daughters. …

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    22 Feb 12
  • School bus crashes into St. Paul yard

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – A school bus carrying 28 students has crashed into a yard in St. Paul, but no major injuries are reported. The crash happened about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday on the East …

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    22 Feb 12
  • Walker renews support for new St. Croix bridge

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Gov. Scott Walker is urging the U.S. House to act quickly on a new bridge that would cross the St. Croix River. Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has set a March 15 …

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    22 Feb 12
  • Minn. prosecutor hospitalized after tumor found

    MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP) – A western Minnesota prosecutor serving with the military overseas is hospitalized after doctors discovered a tumor on his pituitary gland. Clay County Attorney Brian Melton is in a U.S. military hospital …

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    22 Feb 12
  • Minn. Senate committee passes photo ID for voting

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – A state Senate committee has approved a constitutional amendment asking Minnesotans to decide whether voting should require a photo ID despite objections from Secretary of State Mark Ritchie that it …

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    22 Feb 12