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Timberwolves reportedly trade Corey Brewer to Houston
5 hours 1 min ago
Warning issued on telephone scam pretending to be law enforcement officer
8 hours 52 min ago
Protesters with environmentalist group MN350 march Thursday to Gov. Mark Dayton’s office in St. Paul. FORUM NEWS SERVICE/Robb Jeffries
Commission decision sparks protest
20 hours 19 min ago
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Willmar man’s 36-year sentence greatly reduced
20 hours 28 min ago
County approves aquatic invasive species plan
20 hours 44 min ago
Girls basketball roundup: Blackjacks top Eagles
19 hours 35 min ago
Boys hockey roundup: Cards pound Windom
19 hours 38 min ago
Boys basketball roundup: Rocori downs Cards with strong first half
19 hours 40 min ago
Men's basketball: Gophers leading the nation in assists
19 hours 49 min ago
Two more losses fuel Wild's frustration
19 hours 50 min ago
Council refuses Engan bill for additional bid documents
20 hours 54 min ago
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Gymnastics Roundup: Cardinals kick up another win
19 hours 47 min ago
(TRIBUNE/Rand Middleton) Charlie Hopman helps Willmar finish second in the 200 Freestyle Relay in a time of 2:05.92 during a Central Lakes Conference dual with Brainerd Thursday at Willmar.
Boys Swimming & Diving: Brainerd sinks Cardinals
19 hours 48 min ago
Craig Edwards, a local artist and New London city councilman who wrote the grant request, stands next to one of the new panels recently installed at The Little Theatre in New London, Minnesota. (Submitted photo)
New London, Minn., Little Theatre gets a facelift
December 18, 2014 - 10:15am