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  • U regents to see if Sviggum’s new job is conflict

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – The University of Minnesota Board of Regents plans to review whether Regent Steve Sviggum’s new job with the Senate Republican caucus poses a conflict of interest. Regents Chair Linda Cohen …

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    18 Jan 12
  • MPR to stage farewell for ‘Midday’ host Eichten

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Minnesota Public Radio’s farewell to retiring “Midday” host Gary Eichten is sold out. But fans still have a chance to hear the recorded show on radio. Eichten will be honored …

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    18 Jan 12
  • Ariz. prosecutors press author to prove he’s broke

    PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) – Prosecutors who secured negligent homicide convictions against a self-help author want him to prove he’s broke. James Arthur Ray has asked a judge to declare him indigent. He says he cannot …

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    18 Jan 12
  • State Bank holding company buying First National

    FARGO, N.D. (AP) – The holding company that owns State Bank & Trust in Fargo is in the process of buying First National Bank, which has locations in the Minnesota cities of Hawley and Dilworth. …

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    18 Jan 12
  • Remains found in northern Minn. identified

    DEER RIVER, Minn. (AP) – Authorities say skeletal remains found in Itasca County are those of a 53-year-old man missing for more than a year. The sheriff’s office says DNA testing confirmed the remains found …

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    18 Jan 12
  • Police cars collide in Rochester

    ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) – No one was seriously injured when two police squad cars collided at an intersection in Rochester Tuesday night. One of the squad cars landed in the yard of the Heritage Manor …

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    18 Jan 12
  • Man shot by police officer in St. Paul

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Police in St. Paul say an officer shot and wounded an armed man after stopping a vehicle which authorities believed was involved in drug activity. Authorities say four men are …

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    18 Jan 12
  • Pictured left to right - City Administrator, Mike Johnson, Ronald Bruzek, New Prague Mayor, Chuck Nickolay

    New Prague City Council including Mayor Chuck Nickolay and City Administrator, Mike Johnson honored Ronald Bruzek, the New Prague Waste Water Superintendent during the January 17th City Council Meeting. Mr. Bruzek will be retiring from …

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    17 Jan 12