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    There was a mix of optimism and skepticism at the State Capitol yesterday as Shakopee Mayor Brad Tabke introduced his idea for a Vikings stadium site at the intersection of Highway 169 and County Road …

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    12 Jan 12
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    Lingering snow and the fact that it’s January couldn’t keep more than 100 golfers from hitting the links in New Prague yesterday to raise money for injured high school hockey player Jack Jablonski. On Sunday, …

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    12 Jan 12
  • Approximate proposed location for Vikings stadium in Shakopee

    One week into his new tenure, Shakopee Mayor Brad Tabke is trying to convince his constituents to watch Vikings football from within city limits. And he’s trying to convince Governor Mark Dayton, too. Tabke will …

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    11 Jan 12
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    A Lakeville man was thrown from his pick-up truck on Cedar Avenue Monday morning, just moments after fleeing the scene of another hit-and-run accident with another vehicle. According to police, Jason Fields, 40, of Lakeville, …

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    10 Jan 12
  • Bemidji man arrested in baby daughter’s assault

    BEMIDJI, Minn. (AP) – A 28-year-old Bemidji man is under arrest in an alleged assault on his 3-month-old daughter. Beltrami County sheriff’s authorities say the girl remained in critical condition Monday at a Fargo, N.D., …

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    10 Jan 12
  • Fund set up for Minn. man who tried to stop driver

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – A fund has been set up for an Army veteran injured when West St. Paul police say he tried to stop a drunken friend from driving. Police say 24-year-old Kyle …

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    10 Jan 12
  • Minn. man sentenced to prison for ND robberies

    FARGO, N.D. (AP) – A Moorhead, Minn., man who pleaded guilty to three armed robberies at Fargo stores last year has been ordered to spend 2 1/2 years in prison for the crimes. The Forum …

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    10 Jan 12
  • Imprisoned sweat lodge leader claims indigence

    PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) – A self-help author imprisoned in the deaths of three people following a sweat lodge ceremony he led says he no longer can afford legal counsel. James Arthur Ray is asking a …

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    10 Jan 12