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    One of the oldest and tallest structures in Cleveland was burned to the ground this weekend in a training exercise for area firefighters. The Cleveland elevator was used for a training session to teach water …

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    08 Dec 11
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    A Northfield woman faces a felony charge of aiding and abetting a robbery in a Thanksgiving Day incident that started in Faribault and ended with a shooting in the Dundas/Northfield area. Mariya E. Minalovsky, 19, …

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    08 Dec 11
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    The “Man in Black” bank robber also looks good in beige. An armed man robbed a bank in downtown Hopkins Monday evening, and authorities believe he is the same suspect who has sit several banks …

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    07 Dec 11
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    Communities around the area are nearing the end of their budget-setting seasons, but not without a struggle. Prior Lake taxpayers gave council members an earful at their Truth-in-Taxation meeting Monday, saying that although taxes were …

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    07 Dec 11
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    The New Prague Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual Parade of Lights this past Friday. Executive Chamber Director, Kristy Mach made a few changes to this years festivities saying, “we wanted to make this a …

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    06 Dec 11
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    Santa’s Elves have been hard at work transforming Sponsel’s Minnesota Harvest Apple Orchard Lodge into a Dicken’s era London Street, complete with Urchins, Street Lights, Carolers, Markets, and Shops. Straight from the pages of a …

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    06 Dec 11
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    A Le Sueur man is out on bail after being charged with felony assault for attacking another man with a piece of wood. According to the complaint filed in Le Sueur County, on Nov. 12 …

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    06 Dec 11
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    Scott and Carver county emergency dispatchers could soon be sharing 911-call duties under a merger being considered by the two county boards. Last year, Carver, Sibley, McLeod and Scott counties completed a $125,000 state-funded study …

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    06 Dec 11