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ST. PAUL -- Minnesota goaltender Darcy Kuemper turned in another outstanding performance for the Minnesota Wild, coming up with 26 saves to lead his team to a 2-0 victory over the Arizona Coyotes at Xcel Energy Center. Kuemper recorded his third shutout in four starts this season and has now stopped 96-of-98 shots over that span. He was supported by goals from Charlie Coyle and Jason Pominville that got the Wild back in the win column after road setbacks to Anaheim and Los Angeles.
Lindsay Halverson of Plum City will be competing for the title of Miss Snowflake at the AWSC (Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs) fall convention Oct. 31-Nov. 2 at Wisconsin Dells...
The Pierce County Land Conservation Department is accepting orders for the 2014-2015 Pierce County Tree Program.
The man found dead in a railroad out building in late September has yet to be identified and authorities continue to seek help in identifying him.
Voters in a number of Wisconsin communities will be asked next month if they support a U-S constitutional amendment to resume a ban on corporate money for political campaigns.
Two men will be sentenced in December, for their roles in a 2011 fire that destroyed the Rustic Mill Inn in Black River Falls.
The Milwaukee Bucks lost their exhibition finale to Minnesota at home last night, 110-to-91.
The Minnesota Wild are locking up center Charlie Coyle long term. The two sides have agreed to a five-year contract extension, worth a reported $16 million. Coyle was due to become a restricted free agent in July. The 22-year-old has a goal and an assist in four games this season. He has 21 goals and 25 assists in 111 career games. The Wild are back in action tonight as they host the Arizona Coyotes at the Xcel Energy Center. Minnesota is 2-and-2 after Sunday's 2-1 loss in Los Angeles. The Coyotes are 2-2-and-1. The puck drops at 7 p.
Members from the Prescott Chamber of Commerce took part in a joint social Business After Hours event which was held October 14 at Hope Glen Farms in Cottage Grove. There was a lot of networking, door prizes and great food. This was a joint effort put together by the Hastings, Cottage Grove, Woodbury, Prescott and Dakota County chambers. Pictured from left to right are Neal Robinson – Edward Jones Investments, Derek Williams – HomeTown PC Repair, Char Magee – Prescott Insurance and David Schmidt – First National Bank.