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  • Judge orders Jordan mayor to sign ordinance

    A Scott County District Court judge has sided with the Jordan City Council in demanding that mayor Pete Ewals sign an ordinance he had previously refused to approve. The ordinance, which was meant to clear …

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    16 Dec 11
  • road construction

    Highway 169 lane closures scheduled for Wednesday have been delayed until Thursday due to the rainy weather, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. Motorists will encounter delays on both directions of Highway 169 near …

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    15 Dec 11
  • handcuffs

    A Waterville man faces misdemeanor charges after driving through downtown Waterville with a blood alcohol level more than three times the legal limit. On Nov. 22 a police officer on routine patrol noticed an oncoming …

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    15 Dec 11
  • Chlan

    A former junior high teacher’s aide from Shakopee admitted in court yesterday to performing sexual acts on a male student in her car behind a Burnsville department store in 2009. Michelle Rose Chlan, who was …

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    15 Dec 11
  • City of Faribault splits from school community education

    The Faribault City Council last night axed a long-standing agreement with the Faribault School District for communication education programming. The 13-year-old agreement, set to expire June 30, pays the city $161,000 for administrative and staffing …

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    14 Dec 11
  • suspects

    A man-woman team is suspected in a theft from a motor vehicle in Chanhassen last week, and the Carver County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help in identifying them. The theft occurred at Life …

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    14 Dec 11
  • Photo credit: KARE-TV

    Authorities have released the name of the woman killed in a crash on Interstate 35 south of Lakeville Monday afternoon.   Darlene Blake, 43, of Faribault died when she overcorrected her southbound vehicle, went through …

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    14 Dec 11
  • gavel

    A Burnsville man with former ties to Prior Lake and Savage hockey programs has been sentenced to 15 years’ probation for sexually assaulting a teenage girl, after a judge ruled out jail time because the …

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    13 Dec 11