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MMA Pres: as COVID numbers stay steadily low, keep kids in mind for safety’s sake

By |June 18th, 2021|

Cases of COVID are consistently down in Minnesota, and most restrictions are gone, but Minnesota Medical Association (MMA) President Dr. Marilyn Peitso says while things are looking good... "We all have to be mindful of our younger children and also [...]

Governor Walz Places National Guard On Standby In Event Minneapolis Unrest Continues

By |June 18th, 2021|

Governor Walz is requesting the Minnesota National Guard to be on standby in the event unrest takes place in Minneapolis' Uptown neighborhood.  Three people were arrested Tuesday night and 27 others were handed citations.  Demonstrators were originally protesting the federal [...]

COVID Update (June 17)

By |June 18th, 2021|

More coronavirus cases have been reported in Minnesota.  Yesterday, health officials listed 142 new cases and four additional deaths.  With those numbers introduced, the state's totals show over 604-thousand infections and about 75-hundred-27 deaths overall.  About three-million-10-thousand-116 people have received [...]

MnDOT awards $75 million in Local Road Improvement Program grants

By |June 17th, 2021|

 Seventy-five statewide road projects will benefit from $75 million in Local Road Improvement Program funding to help improve or build roads in Minnesota cities, towns and counties. The Minnesota Legislature appropriated an additional $110 million to specific projects, according to the [...]

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