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Man caught with meth in pocket at Dakota County courthouse
Armed man transported after incident in Denmark Township
Drivers ID'd in Pierce County crash; Hastings man not injured
Sunday liquor sales stall as growlers move ahead
Hastings pilot OK after his plane began to sink on North Lake
crime and courts
City of Hastings
Longtime HHS athletics director Don Miller honored by state association
Looking back on a ‘relentless’ HHS senior
Hastings places 15th at state swim meet
Girls basketball: Hastings scores big comeback win over Century
Hastings diver in eighth place after preliminary round at state meet
Register for the Hastings Community Garage Sale
Where are they now?
Campus news week ending March 13
Aleaha Zabel named Student of the Month
Rotary nears end of pavilion campaign
arts and entertainment
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William E. "Bill" Roach, 29
Dottie Ann Zarembinski, 86
Thomas F. Burke, 78
Marjorie L. Robinson, 54
Editorial: The proposals are in; now work together
Letter: Park should be named Spiral Bridge Levee
Letter: Veterans need to unite
Editorial: ArtSpace project sounds promising
Letter: What would all these cruise guests do here?
Get Out! Deals
March 9, 2011
Minnesota committees OK North Dakota coal power
March 9, 2011 - 2:03pm
December 27, 2010
A new Legislature: Transportation enjoys dedicated funds
ST. PAUL -- The transportation committees, in some ways, may be the envy of the Minnesota Legislature. While other committees struggle to plug a $6.2 billion budget gap, most of the $5.8 billion transportation budget is from funds dedicated to roads, transit and other transportation...
December 27, 2010 - 12:33pm
December 23, 2010
A new Legislature: GOP frowns on 2011 bonding bill, but door is open
ST. PAUL -- Gov.-elect Mark Dayton wants the state to borrow $1 billion for public works construction projects around the state. He should not get his heart set on it. "We are so diametrically opposed," said Rep. Larry Howes, House chairman of the committee that would send projects...
December 23, 2010 - 9:30am
Pawlenty disputes, strongly, that he ignored Minnesota
ST. PAUL -- Gov.
December 23, 2010 - 6:32am
December 21, 2010
Minnesota's 5.3 million people keep 8 U.S. House seats
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota grew by 384,446 people in the past decade, but 15,000 is a more important number. Minnesota beat North Carolina by 15,000 people to keep its eight U.S. House seats. Had 15,000 fewer Minnesotans filled out their census forms last spring, the state would be faced...
December 21, 2010 - 2:52pm
Pawlenty says he concentrates in Minnesota issues
December 21, 2010 - 12:10pm
Pawlenty seeks ag disaster in four counties
ST. PAUL -- Gov. Tim Pawlenty wants federal aid for farmers in four Minnesota counties after a rough weather year. In a letter to U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Pawlenty Monday sought a disaster declaration for Chippewa, Renville, Wright and Freeborn counties. "A secretarial...
December 21, 2010 - 11:10am
December 10, 2010
Pawlenty passes baton to Dayton
ST. PAUL -- There is no doubt the election is over: Democrat Mark Dayton, Minnesota's governor elect, and Republican Tim Pawlenty, who holds the office until Jan. 3, sounded like old pals Thursday after they met privately and before Pawlenty and his wife showed Dayton and his sons...
December 10, 2010 - 1:43pm
December 9, 2010
Dayton, Emmer end campaign as differently as their politics
ST. PAUL -- Mark Dayton and Tom Emmer ended their quest for the Minnesota governor's office as differently as they were on the campaign trail. Dayton, the liberal winner, was somber. Emmer, the conservative loser, was loser light hearted.
December 9, 2010 - 12:33pm
May 1, 2009
House keeps nuclear moratorium
ST. PAUL - An attempt to lift a nuclear power plant construction moratorium fizzled Thursday in the Minnesota House. On a 72-60 vote, representatives voted to keep the 15-year-old moratorium in place. Earlier this year, senators opted to end the moratorium, so the subject remains...
May 1, 2009 - 7:06am
Swine flu tests to grow after confirmed case
COLD SPRING, Minn.
May 1, 2009 - 6:49am
April 29, 2009
'Probable' swine flu case reported in Minnesota
ST. PAUL - Health officials are responding to the first probable case of the swine flu in Minnesota and cautioning that there will be confirmed...
April 29, 2009 - 12:48pm
Mini-trucks OK, rest area drinking not
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota would allow mini-trucks to travel on some county roads, but prohibit drinking in state rest areas under a catch-all transportation...
April 29, 2009 - 7:40am
Nursing homes fight proposed cuts
ST. PAUL - Mitch Jasper worries about the fate of his small town and others like it, should state lawmakers cut spending to nursing homes and other care facilities. Nursing homes often are the largest employer in a small town, said Jasper, mayor of Jackson in southwestern Minnes...
April 29, 2009 - 7:25am
Minnesota Legislature gets ugly, loud
ST. PAUL - If Tuesday paints a picture of how the 2009 legislative session will end, it won't be pretty. An exchange between legislative leaders...
April 29, 2009 - 7:16am