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Willmar cyclists Bob Hines, left, Gary Peterson and Daven Kokkila ride the Heartland State Trail June 18 near Park Rapids. The state Transportation Department is seeking public input on its Statewide Bicycle System Plan, including Heartland and similar trails. (TRIBUNE/Gary Miller/File)
MnDOT seeks input on bike system
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New Hope: ‘Straw’ deal alleged in gunman’s shotgun purchase
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Willmar man faces sexual assault charges
2 hours 37 min ago
NWL: Stingers Fowler, Leffler sign on for '15
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Prep wrestling: Cardinals sink Otters
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Prep gymnastics: Cardinals finish 7-0 in CLC duals
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Minnesota forward Andrew Wiggins, left, drives against Philadelphia guard JaKarr Sampson during the first quarter Friday at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. USA TODAY Sports
NBA: Wolves stumble at Philly
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Minnesota DNR suspends invasive species training program
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A vintage hay rake in Dovre Township in northwestern Kandiyohi County presides over a snowless landscape on a 34-degree Wednesday afternoon. A foot of snow in November kick-started winter but has since retreated. No snow is in the immediate forecast, but there may be a couple snow showers next week. (TRIBUNE/Rand Middleton)
Not in winter’s wheelhouse
January 29, 2015 - 11:55pm
“This is a good time of year” for TV sales, Brian Okuly, a salesperson at Cullen’s Home Center in Willmar, said Friday. The fifty- to sixty-inch screens are most in demand, though the 32-inch “bedroom” models are also popular. If you want to know whether TV prices drop after the Super Bowl, you will have to see for yourself. “(It’s) hard to predict,” Okuly said. “I’ve heard it both ways. I don’t see how prices can go much lower.” (TRIBUNE/Rand Middleton)
Super season for flat screens
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Red Lake officials talk tribal jurisdiction in D.C. trip
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(USA TODAY Sports) Tiger Woods reaches into a cactus while searching for his ball on the 14th hole during the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open Friday at TPC Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Woods misses cut at Phoenix after carding career-worst 82
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Girls Basketball Roundup: Dawson-Boyd bounces back
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Boys Basketball Roundup: BOLD hands CMCS first loss
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