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May 14, 2013
Woldt sues Murray County Medical Center and hospital CEO
SLAYTON -- On Tuesday, former Murray County Medical Center (MCMC) physician assistant Dan Woldt filed a federal lawsuit against MCMC and MCMC Chief Executive Officer and Hospital Administrator Meldon Snow. The 25-page document outlines five counts against MCMC and Snow.
May 14, 2013 - 12:53pm
February 27, 2013
Hills-Beaver Creek School District settles lawsuit
HILLS -- Almost eight months to the day after Gil Haugan Construction Inc. first filed a complaint requesting a jury trial against the Hills-Beaver Creek School District, the two parties reached a settlement agreement. The agreement was reached Feb. 4 after seven hours of deliberation...
February 27, 2013 - 10:35pm
February 22, 2012
Judge suggests Dayton could have avoided union vote lawsuit
ST. PAUL -- A judge deciding the fate of a child care providers' union election said Wednesday that Gov.
February 22, 2012 - 8:08pm
August 4, 2011
Black Minn. graduate sues over school dress-up day
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A new federal lawsuit claims that for at least two years, dozens of Red Wing High School students mocked African-Americans during homecoming week by wearing low-slung pants, oversized sports jerseys and flashing gang signs. The lawsuit filed in in federal court...
August 4, 2011 - 3:19pm
June 6, 2011
FSA to host meeting Tuesday regarding discrimination suit
WORTHINGTON -- The Nobles County Farm Service Agency will host a meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the FSA Conference Room, Worthington, regarding the discrimination settlements offered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and FSA arising from the Garcia/Love lawsuits. These are cases...
June 6, 2011 - 9:27am
January 18, 2011
County may face possible litigation
WORTHINGTON -- Nobles County commissioners spent more than a half-hour in closed session Tuesday morning to discuss an anticipated claim against...
January 18, 2011 - 8:21pm
September 16, 2010
Man sues woman accused of gluing his penis
FOND DU LAC - A judge in Calumet County will decide Oct. 15 whether to drop a lawsuit filed by the man who had his penis glued to his stomach as revenge for cheating. Donessa Davis, 38, of Fond du Lac wants undisclosed monetary damages from 49-year-old Therese Ziemann of Menasha....
September 16, 2010 - 2:00pm
September 14, 2010
District, high school architect settle lawsuits
FARMINGTON - With a trial date looming, Independent School District 192 and the architect that designed its new high school have reached a settlement on a nearly two-year-old lawsuit. The settlement, approved 5-0 Monday by the Farmington School Board, includes more than $4.2 million...
September 14, 2010 - 7:41am
City and townships face civil lawsuit
WORTHINGTON -- A civil complaint filed recently in Nobles County District Court alleges negligence on the part of the city of Worthington, Worthington...
November 14, 2009 - 12:41am
October 22, 2009
Sibley responds to lawsuit
SIBLEY, Iowa -- In a response to a civil lawsuit filed by the Osceola County 4-H Foundation Inc. against the City of Sibley, the city filed an answer Monday to the foundation's petition, which alleged the poor upkeep of a city-owned building located at 250 Ninth St. The petition,...
October 22, 2009 - 12:00am
March 9, 2009
Minnesotans tired of Senate race
Minnesotans may be sick of hearing about the seemingly never-ending U.S. Senate election, recount and, now, trial, but many say that in the end it may produce more confidence in the electoral system. "It's gotten to the point where even the diehards are burned out," said Pat Donnay,...
March 9, 2009 - 9:16am
March 3, 2009
Franken looks to protect his victory
ST. PAUL -- Now it is Al Franken's turn. Franken's campaign starts its case in Norm Coleman's U.S. Senate election lawsuit today. The Democrat hopes to build on his slim, 225-vote victory and become Minnesota's next senator. Coleman's attorneys wrapped up their case Monday after...
March 3, 2009 - 10:15pm
March 2, 2009
Teacher whose students died in Red Lake High School shooting wins compensation in landmark case
After almost four years, former Red Lake High School math teacher Missy Dodds won a court case for Workers Compensation for mental trauma causing mental injury. Students were killed in Dodds' classroom March 21, 2005, when 16-year-old Jeff Weise went on a shooting rampage that killed...
March 2, 2009 - 7:23pm
February 27, 2009
Counties ordered to check ballots
ST. PAUL - Judges in the Senate election trial want county officials' help. The court on Thursday ordered 63 counties and some cities to examine roughly 1,500 uncounted absentee ballot envelopes to determine whether voters mistakenly placed voter registration cards in the envelope....
February 27, 2009 - 12:49am
February 23, 2009
Senate trial intrigue lost on observers
ST. PAUL - Minnesota voters - and even politically engaged college students - have little interest in details of the prolonged U.S. Senate election trial, a professor monitoring the proceeding said. "I think they're lost," Bemidji State University journalism instructor Louise Mengelkoch...
February 23, 2009 - 9:19am