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Yellow Medicine County Board approves construction of new Prairie 5 bus garage
At this week’s Yellow Medicine County Board meeting the commissioners went over their reports for the past few weeks. Due to weather- related issues a majority of meetings and events were postponed or canceled. Commis-sioner Gary Johnson discussed a meeting he attended in Clarkfield about the specia
2 vehicle crash in Idaho takes Minnesota native's life
BURLEY, Idaho (AP)- Idaho State Police say two people are dead and two others were flown to a regional hospital after a wrong-way crash on Interstate 84 in southern Idaho Monday night.
PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Marshall uses key run to take out Redwood Valley
REDWOOD FALLS — The Marshall Tigers boys basketball team used a key run to pick up a 71-52 conference road win at Redwood Valley on Monday. Holding a 24-23 lead with 2:29 remaining in the first half, the Tigers went on a 17-5 run that lasted through the first three minutes of the second half to give
Minnesota BCA seeks information on missing Cloquet man
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension issued a missing person’s alert for a Cloquet man Tuesday. Dakotah Jayde Abramowski, 20, was last seen in Cloquet on Jan. 5. Abramowski is 5-foot-10, 170 pounds, has hazel eyes and brown hair, and was wearing dark clothes.
Credit Card Data Breached at Shops Across Minnesota
UNDATED -- Credit card information for customers at a number of businesses in central and greater Minnesota could have been compromised last month. North Country Business Products -- a retail technology provider -- says the incident may have resulted in unauthorized access to payment information of
Minnesota Weather: 8 Inches Of Snow, February Record Possible
TWIN CITIES, MN — This month has been so snowy, it could break the record for the snowiest February of all time (26.5 inches) in the Twin Cities metro. And it could happen in the next two days.
Minnesota man arrested for possession of 2 pounds of meth in Eau Claire
EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- A Minnesota man is arrested in Eau Claire, after police found him in possession of more than 2 pounds of meth. Police say they were investigating a case involving drug trafficking on February 4th.
Minnesota dentist, 55, is charged with setting fire to neighbor's dilapidated boathouse after complaining about the eyesore at lake association meeting
1/4 SLIDES © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited. John Michael Haag, 55, has been charged with arson after the dentist confessed to setting fire to his neighbor's dilapidated boathouse in New Richmond, Wisconsin.
Minnesota corrections commissioner: 'Tougher penalties coming for inmates who assault prison staff'
Minnesota Corrections Department Commissioner Paul Schnell tells 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS his agency is reviewing and will "soon" implement tougher discipline for inmates who assault prison staff.
Lawyer for Kevin Garnett makes case to keep civil lawsuit in Minnesota
An attorney for former Minnesota Timberwolves star Kevin Garnett made his case in federal court Tuesday morning as to why a lawsuit filed by his client should not be dismissed.
Kelsea Ballerini Visits Restaurant In Minnesota After Weekend Gig
After her set, she headed to a nearby restaurant to get chicken tenders. (Kelsea fans know this is her favorite food.) So where'd she go? The Downtowner Woodfire Grill!. The restaurant sits in St. Paul. It's just a short walk from the venue! The name of the hot spot is proudly displayed on the bag o
PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL: Camden cruise
MADISON — It was a championship fight between the Lac Qui Parle Valley Eagles and Minneota Vikings. At halftime, it looked like either team could come away with the win, with Minneota holding a 29-24 advantage. But the Vikings showed why they are the No. 1 girls basketball team in Class A in the sec
Dance: LQPV/DB wins Jazz and High Kick state championships
MINNEAPOLIS — The Lac qui Parle/Dawson-Boyd Dance Team won Class A Jazz and High Kick championships at the Dance Team State Tournament on Saturday at the Target Center. LQPV/DB scored 572 of 800 points in Jazz to outdistance Zumbrota-Mazeppa, which scored 528 of 800. Yellow Medicine East was fourth
Public libraries call for state funding increase
MARSHALL — Working together is crucial for public libraries in Minnesota, and that’s where regional library systems come in. But even regional systems can’t keep up their services without adequate state funding. In the past couple of weeks, members of the Marshall-Lyon County Library Board have been
Lady Vikings record upset against Wolsey-Wessington
WOLSEY — James Valley Christian avenged a pair of regular-season losses, with a 41-36 victory against Wolsey-Wessington in the opening round of the Region 3B Tournament on Monday.
Arlington beats DRSM; De Smet clinches at least share of DVC title
DELL RAPIDS – Arlington used a balanced attack to beat Dell Rapids St. Mary 64-50 in a Dakota Valley Conference boys’ basketball game Monday. Devon Heuer scored 19 points, Trevor Larsen 16 and Trey Ramstad 13.
Boys Basketball: Owls split in weekend action
The Owls, now 15-5 on the year, continue their road season with three road games this week. They are at Ashby Tuesday, Feb. 19, at Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley Thursday, Feb. 21 and at Renville County West Friday, Feb. 22.
Region 3B: Divers beat Wessington Springs 68-44
Lake Preston defeated Wessington Springs 68-44, James Valley Christian topped Wolsey-Wessington 41-36 on the road and Hitchcock-Tulare beat Iroquois 57-17 in Region 3B Girls’ Basketball Tournament first-round action Monday.
CVB a nonprofit formed to promote visitation to Marshall area; receives some tax funding
MARSHALL — It was drawn into a court case when the theft of thousands of dollars’ worth of public money was uncovered. However, the Marshall Convention and Visitors Bureau has had a much longer history with the city — with a more positive purpose.
Lyon Co. law center updates approved
MARSHALL — Lyon County and the city of Marshall’s shared law enforcement building is a facility that doesn’t close down, Marshall Public Safety Director Jim Marshall said. It’s part of the reason why the building needs around $102,000 worth of updates to its air conditioning and security systems.