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October
Pavel Timofeyev Townsquaremedia
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October Is National (What?) Month

I suspect every single day or month of the year is reserved a National Something or Othe

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Minnesota Pheasant Opener This Weekend

The Minnesota Pheasant season opens on Saturday and as we told you back in September, despite a mild winter last year, the population is estimated to be down 26 percent.

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Spring Valley 3 Year Old Teaches Us About Sacrificing for Our Country

Sometimes the words of children are so true, so pure, they make us cry. One little boy in Spring Valley said something that'll help everyone understand clearly how hard a soldier's deployment is on family, especially kids.

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Faribault Man Fakes Cancer, Collects Donations

Jerimiah John Smith is charged in Rice County with theft by swindle. Investigators say fundraisers and a GoFundMe web page for Smith generated $23,000 to help cover his alleged medical expenses.

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Heather Wahl
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Buddy Benches Coming to Owatonna Schools

Habitat for Humanity-Steele Waseca Area and the Owatonna Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Young Professionals are teaming up this week to build Buddy Benches to be placed at Owatonna's elementary schools.

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Trick or Treat at Farmamerica
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Trick-Or-Treat At Farmamerica Sunday

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Lonsdale Teen Injured in Waseca County Crash

An 18 year old from Lonsdale was critically injured in a crash in Waseca County near Otisco on Monday morning.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol report Tyler Joseph Montanye was driving southbound on Hwy 13 and reportedly crossed the center line and struck a semi being driven by 66 year old James Edward Enevoldsen of New Richland...

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Huskies Girls Tennis Hopes to Play for Trip to State Tuesday

Owatonna has advanced to the Section 1AA girls tennis finals in each of the last four years, losing to Rochester Mayo each time. The Huskies face a formidable obstacle in Tuesday morning's semifinals to get another chance at the title.

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Fire Destroys Historic Spring Valley Building

The Fillmore County Sheriff's office said that they responded to a fire shortly before 3am Monday at a historic building in Spring Valley, that housed Johnny Ringo's Bar. The building dates back to the 1870's and is on the National Register of Historic Places

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5 Unwritten Rules Minnesotans Live By

As Minnesotans, we understand the law and the rules of the land.

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