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    Farmington Schools will be presented Friday with a $10,000 grant from America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. Grow Communities allows farmers to nominate their public school district to apply for a …

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    10 Oct 12
  • Man Is Busted For Invasive Species

    A North Dakota man vacationing in Duluth didn’t realize his plan to bring some unique junk back home was illegal. On Saturday, Sept. 22, two conservation officers with the MN DNR were on patrol in Two Harbors …

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    28 Sep 12
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    Milk production continues to improve in Wisconsin and Minnesota, where dairy farmers had a stronger August this year than they did last year.Wisconsin dairy farmers harvested 2.3 billion pounds of milk last month. That was …

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    25 Sep 12
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    A pair of lucky cousins caught a monster of the deep by accident over the weekend. 11 year-old Joe Hammer from Lakeville and his 9 year-old cousin Katelyn Hammer from Sartell were fishing for sunnies …

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    25 Sep 12
  • Fuel Tank Overturned

    A fuel tanker holding approximately 8,300 gallons of fuel rolled into the ditch as it entered the Le Sueur rest stop on Hwy 169 North around 7 a.m. this morning, according to Le Sueur Fire …

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    20 Sep 12
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    Each week KCHK/KRDS is joined by outdoor experts Tackle Terry Tuma and Mike “Cold Front” Kurre to talk outdoor success, safety and conservation. Tackle Terry is nationally recognized as a premier fishing expert from the …

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    18 Sep 12
  • classic rollin

    Join Pizzeria 201 in Downtown Montgomery every Wednesday for Classic Car Roll-In’s! The action starts at 6:30 and goes til 9 every Wednesday. Enjoy great pizza, pasta, calzones, fine Italian wine and the best in …

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    21 Aug 12
  • Authorities hope DNA evidence will crack 1987 case

    ANOKA, Minn. (AP) – The Anoka County sheriff’s department is hoping new DNA evidence will help crack a cold case that’s nearly 25 years old. Armonjean Mason’s body was found along a road in Columbus …

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    24 Jul 12