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Minnesota House incumbents Steve Green and Paul Marquart kept their legislative seats, handily defeating challengers in Tuesday’s general election. Green, a Republican representing District 2B, was leading DFL challenger David Sobieski 57 percent to 43 percent with 80 percent of precincts reporting. Marquart, a longtime DFL representative, was leading Republican challenger Jared LaDuke 65 percent to 35 percent in the District 4B race with 75 percent of precincts reporting.
Keith Zachariason collected 193 votes and Dan Aune received 171 votes to win the three-way race for two seats on the Lake Park City Council Tuesday. Kimberly Holloway came in third with 43 votes.
Becker County Planning and Zoning administrator Patty Swenson is leading in the race for Becker County recorder, leading deputy recorder Karen Wenner 55 percent to 45 percent with 34 of 48 precincts reporting Tuesday evening.
Mary Hendrickson appears to have won the race for Becker County auditor-treasurer, leading Darin Halvorson 61 percent to 39 percent with about two-thirds of the precincts reporting Tuesday evening.
With 33 of 48 precincts reporting Tuesday evening, Becker County Sheriff’s Sgt. Todd Glander was leading State Trooper Tim Clements 56 percent to 44 percent in the race for Becker County sheriff.
Incumbent Becker County Commissioner Ben Grimsley has been re-elected to a four-year term, defeating challenger Mark Hagedorn 1,129 votes to 1,027 votes. Grimsley, first elected two years ago, represents District 2 on the Becker County Board.
Incumbent G.L. Tucker went down to defeat in the Detroit Lakes Ward 3 race for city council.
A Detroit Lakes teen was hurt in a two-vehicle broadside accident Saturday night east of Detroit Lakes on Highway 34. The State Patrol says just before 11:30 p.m.
In the House 4B race, which includes Detroit Lakes and the townships of Lakeview, Lake Eunice and Cormorant, long-time DFL incumbent Paul Marquart of Dilworth is facing Republican newcomer Jared...
Two people were injured in a two-vehicle collision on Highway 10 east of Perham Friday evening. Dillon L. McFadzen, 19, of Frazee and Darla M. Tucker, 28, of Fingal, N.D. both suffered non-life-threatening injuries, according to the State Patrol. Tucker was driving a 1998 Jeep Cherokee south on Otter Tail County Road 80. McFadzen was a passenger in the Jeep, which failed to yield to an oncoming vehicle while crossing Highway 10. The Jeep was struck by a 2000 Dodge Neon that was eastbound on Highway 10.