Monthly Archives: April 2010

Best Buy files suit against Ultimate Electronics over advertising claims

Best Buy filed a lawsuit against Ultimate Electronics in Minneapolis’ U.S. District Court. The suit challenges Ultimate Electronics’ advertisements stating it has the lowest prices, which the company asserts is based on daily shopping of competitors, such as Best Buy … Continue reading

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Track: Thunder win Maple Lake coed relays

The Zimmerman boys and girls track teams were champs among six schools at the Maple Lake Coed Relays and set seven meet records.

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Softball: Thunder rally to clip Knights

Erin Halverson pitched the distance and got the game-winning hit as Zimmerman rallied from a 5-0 deficit to beat St. Michael-Albertville 7-6.

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Eagan woman killed in apparent string of shootings

A 28-year-old Eagan woman is one of two people who were killed after two shootings connected to a Minneapolis man who later killed himself while being pursued by police. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner identified Amy Terborg on Friday as … Continue reading

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Where we will find Mr. Ziegler

This tragically sad week is wrapping up and I feel sort of like a dish rag. Had to take a few hours off this morning cause the world wouldn’t stop moving around and my stomach felt like I’d ridden a … Continue reading

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No decision on second ballot in Minneapolis

No endorsement decision was reached on the second ballot at the Republican Party State Convention in Minneapolis. Rep. Tom Emmer received 56 percent of the vote to about 44 percent for Rep. Marty Seifert. A 60 percent threshold endorsement level … Continue reading

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Daisy Leone (Hanke) Score

Daisy Leone Score, 86, died April 29, 2010 at her home in Willmar, Minn. Daisy Leone (Hanke) Score was born January 30, 1924 in Caledonia, Minn, to Ernest and Sarah (Harer) Hanke. They lived on a farm near Brownsville, Minn. … Continue reading

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Gas leak at the Princeton VFW

As of 3:20 p.m. Friday, Princeton police and firefighters were responding to a call of a gas leak at the Princeton VFW. Crews have a section of Rum River Drive, in front of the VFW blocked off from traffic.

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Princeton grad murdered in Minneapolis

Amy Terborg, 28, a 2000 graduate of Princeton High School, was the victim of a murder in Minneapolis early Thursday morning, April 29, according to authorities. The alleged murderer, Trace Maxwell, 40, of the metro area, is reported to have … Continue reading

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No decision first ballot at Republican State Convention

Republican delegates gave about 53 percent of the first ballot vote to Rep. Tom Emmer, about 43 percent to Rep. Marty Seifert — not enough for a first ballot endorsement. Former state representative Bill Haas of Champlin, who failed to … Continue reading

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