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The Summer Smells We Hate Most

By |July 29th, 2021|

Here's a fun would-you-rather question for summer: On a 100-degree day, would you rather get a big whiff of a sweaty dude's BODY ODOR . . . or a hot pile of GARBAGE? A new poll asked people to name [...]

Advisory group on front line worker COVID bonuses begins work at State Capitol

By |July 29th, 2021|

A special working group that will recommend which Minnesota front-line workers receive COVID bonuses began work Wednesday, hearing from those who have worked in high-risk settings during the pandemic.  Minnesota Nurses Association President Mary Turner said one night in I-C-U... [...]

State officials recommend masks, distancing, vaccinations for school this fall

By |July 29th, 2021|

With start-of-school about a month away and the COVID delta variant surging in some areas, state officials recommend school districts follow C-D-C guidance this fall -- that all students, teachers, staff and visitors wear masks indoors, even if vaccinated.  State [...]

Low-interest loans available to MN farmers impacted by drought

By |July 29th, 2021|

Agricultural operations statewide continue to be impacted by the ongoing, severe drought. Several counties have been included in disaster designations and... "Those designations trigger eligibility for low-interest emergency these loans may help producers recover from production loss." Michelle Page with [...]

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