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OTTAWA, ONTARIO -- Ottawa's Mike Hoffman found the back of the net twice to lead the Senators to a 3-0 win over the Minnesota Wild at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa last night Hoffman netted the second and third goals of the contest and Clarke MacArthur scored on a power play to open the scoring. Craig Anderson turned away 35 shots for his second shutout of the season as Ottawa improved to 7-3-and-2. The Wild more then doubled the amount of shots Ottawa took in the loss, 35-to-14. Niklas Backstrom made 14 saves as Minnesota dipped to 7-5-and-0. The Wild
The Milwaukee Bucks play at Detroit tonight. And despite a 2-and-3 record, coach Jason Kidd gives his players high marks for their effort. He says the Bucks are creating a good pace on offense, sharing the ball more than they have, and scrambling for loose balls. The Bucks and Philadelphia are tied for the N-B-A lead in steals, with 10-point-four per game. Kidd says he's still in a feeling-out process, putting players in different positions to see what they can do. He says development comes from playing and winning. Kidd is not shy to use his bench.
Last month’s Cheese Grater triathlon in Spring Valley raised over $35,000, and organizers decided to donate $5,000 each to the St. Croix Valley Restorative Justice and the St. Croix County Suicide Prevention Task Force. Terry and Wanda Blaedorn organized the Cheese Grater triathlon in remembrance of their son Corey, who committed suicide last year at the age of 22. The remaining funds will go to these non-profits along with other programs.
“Are we in the red or in the black? What’s the truth? What’s the reality?” The rural Trempealeau County woman was clearly frustrated.
Much of northern Wisconsin has a fresh coating of snow.
It's happened again. A suspected thief near Oshkosh left a selfie as a calling card to police.
With fewer than two weeks remaining until the start of MNsure's 2015 open enrollment, officials are encouraging both new and returning enrollees to prepare for the upcoming enrollment period.
MILWAUKEE -- The Chicago Bulls won their ninth straight game at Milwaukee last night, 95-to-86. The Bucks were down by one point with five-and-a-half minutes left, but the Bulls out-scored Milwaukee 16-to-8 down the stretch. Coach Jason Kidd said Chicago applied more pressure in the second half, and it knocked the Bucks out of their rhythm. He said the Bucks rushed too many shots and did not share the ball enough on offense. Milwaukee committed 28 fouls, allowing Chicago to make 22-of-30 free throws. All but six of those attempts came in the second half.
Farmers and landowners will get their questions answered about the crop provisions of the new Farm Bill at Informational Meetings on Tuesday, November 11th 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Elmwood Auditorium in Elmwood
BROOKLYN -- Minnesota guard Kevin Martin dropped in a game-high 26 points and Andrew Wiggins added 17 as the Timberwolves topped the Brooklyn Nets 98-91 at the Barclays Center last night. Minnesota used a 9-0 run to end the game to pull out the win. Ricky Rubio just missed a triple-double as he finished with 14 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds for Minnesota, which evened its record at 2-and-2. Nikola Pekovic posted 16 points and 11 boards and Thaddeus Young had 10 points and 11 rebounds in the victory. Joe Johnson netted 22 points to pace the Nets, who