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Philando Castile's family, city reach nearly $3 million settlement
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Carew Koskie, 13, left, and his nephew Justin Teigen, 11, had planned to eat at the Dairy Queen on Snelling Avenue in St. Paul but it is closed and so they went to Starbucks. “We always came here with my family,” said Koskie. “I was pretty upset because we wanted to order food and Blizzards,” said Teigen. The owner, Carol Noyes announced last week it was closing.  Jean Pieri / St. Paul Pioneer Press
After 65 years, a walk-up DQ closes in St. Paul
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An Okla. doctor prescribed so many painkillers, she's been charged with murdering her patients, authorities say
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Agri-Pulse: Rural America and the need for speed
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Field peas had three or four pods and peas in them in mid-June. Farmer Pete Severson of Onida, S.D., wondered if rains would produce more blossoms on for better production. Photo taken June 13, 2017, near Onida, S.D. Mikkel Pates / Forum News Service
Central SD farmer sees 4-year drought 'rotation'
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Morris Riggin of Riggin Flight Service, Madison, S.D., owns one of four ag aviation schools in America and trains more than 20 new pilots a year. Cody Rogness / Forum News Service
Ace of Ag: SD aviator operates rare ag pilot school
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Wedding wow: Bride and groom fashion trends for 2017
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Plain Living: 'What happened to crop shares?'
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June 25, 2017
A couple walks past the 8.2 million gallon overflow tank the city built near the Lakewalk in June 2015. The tank and other measures have solved Duluth’s problem of untreated sewage flowing into Lake Superior during heavy rain events or rapid snowmelts. (Steve Kuchera / Forum News Service)
Sump pump, line inspections will be mandatory before home sales in Duluth
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Condo liability law loosened
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Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton speaks to media after signing bills to eliminate the state's $5 billion budget deficit and reopen state government and services that have been shut down for three weeks, in St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S. on July 20, 2011. REUTERS/Eric Miller/File Photo
Mark Dayton reread the Constitution, then vetoed legislative funding. Now it goes to court
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Records published June 26
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A redevelopment tax increment finance district is being considered for property along First Street and Minnesota Avenue in Willmar. A developer is already interested in a commercial project on the west side of First Street.
Willmar considers TIF district on First Street
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Mark Dayton reread the Constitution, then vetoed legislative funding. Now it goes to court
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Highway 12 portion of Willmar Wye can move forward
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