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  • Pro-amendment group suing over ballot title

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Proponents of a constitutional amendment defining marriage in Minnesota say they’re suing two state officials for changing the title of the question that will appear on the November ballot. The …

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    09 Jul 12
  • Volunteers work to educate about invasive species

    SHOREHAM, Minn. (AP) – Volunteers are joining forces with the Department of Natural Resources to protect Minnesota lakes from zebra mussels and other destructive species. Clayton Jensen hands out fliers at the public access point …

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    09 Jul 12
  • Transmission Lines Under Inspection

    (Undated) — Don’t worry if you see helicopters hovering around power lines for the next three to six weeks. Xcel Energy is inspecting its transmission lines in Minnesota and eastern North and South Dakota. Crews …

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    09 Jul 12
  • Today is Deadline for Bonding Applications

    (St. Paul, MN) — More than 30 projects across Minnesota are vying for 47-million dollars in state bonding money as today’s application deadline looms. Rochester, Saint Cloud and Mankato want money to upgrade their convention …

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    09 Jul 12
  • Malware Monday

    (Undated)  –  If you’re having trouble getting online today, you might be a victim of Malware Monday.  Hundreds of thousands of computers were infected with malware by hackers more than a year ago.  Early this …

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    09 Jul 12
  • Searchers find missing boater dead on Forest Lake

    FOREST LAKE, Minn. (AP) – A missing boater on Forest Lake in Washington County has been found. Searchers located the body of 51-year-old Tod Crawford Thursday about a half a mile from where a pontoon …

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    06 Jul 12
  • Man dies after swimming in Itasca County

    DULUTH, Minn. (AP) – A 67-year-old man is dead after swimming in Bray Lake in Itasca County. According to the sheriff’s office, James George Gleason was swimming to a neighbor’s raft on Bray Lake, north …

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    06 Jul 12
  • Benefits may end for some American Crystal workers

    GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) – Some Minnesota employees of American Crystal Sugar could soon see their jobless benefits end. Workers at East Grand Forks, Crookston and Moorhead factories automatically became eligible for 26 weeks of …

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    06 Jul 12