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Fire destroys structures, killing poultry in the process

GARRISON – A three-stall garage and poultry shelter were destroyed by fire on Tuesday, May 11, just northeast of Garrison. The Garrison Fire Department was called in just after 9 p.m. for a structural fire on the 25000 block of Highway 18. Upon arrival, firefighters observed heavy flames protruding from …

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Church News – May 12

The Lutheran Trinity Church, 1420 S. Sixth St., Brainerd, has two worship services scheduled for this week. On Wednesday, May 12, there will be an evening worship service at 6 p.m. with the preaching of Pastor Paul Erdal. Holy Communion will be served. After the service, the Trinity Bells will …

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Dear friend: The gift of everyday problems

Instead of thinking about growing the biggest cucumbers in town, Beatrice now worries about mad cow disease that looked like an explosive epidemic, world trade wars, nuclear proliferation, drug-resistant bugs and more. . With her new and vast circle of concerns, she lived in “prey mode” all the time. No …

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MD podcast of the episode “ The Health Variant ”: “ The Other Virus ”

SIOUX FALLS, SD – In the seventh episode of NewsMD’s podcast “The Health Variant,” host and health correspondent Jeremy Fugleberg reflects on the life and times of this other virus, one that hasn’t done so much. headlines. That’s right – the flu, better known as the flu. You probably already …

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End of Year Tests Underway for Cabell County Students | New

HUNTINGTON – A three-week window for state-mandated testing opened this week for students in Cabell County, reintroducing a long-standing method of measuring academic progress. All students in Grades 3 to 8 will be tested in Reading, Language Arts and Math, while students in Grades 5 and 8 will also be …

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Pequot Lakes mom shares her daughter’s cancer journey

Fevers. Then stomach pains. Then sudden weight loss. It was enough to convince her mother, Jessica Bleichner, to take her daughter to the doctor. After a series of rigorous tests, it was revealed that Azalea, then 12, was not allergic to anything she ate. No, the cause of his ailments …

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Marshall University freshman retention rate at record high | New

HUNTINGTON – Marshall University’s freshman retention rate is at an all-time high, according to the university. Full-time first-year students enrolled in fall 2019 returned in fall 2020 at a rate of 78%, 5% more than the previous year. The success is evidenced by the fact that retention remained during the …

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Pressure is mounting for India’s lockdown; the surge breaks the record again

NEW DELHI – Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi faced mounting pressure on Friday to impose a strict nationwide lockdown, despite the economic pain it will bring, as a surprising rise in coronavirus cases has hit the system of The country’s health shows no signs of slowing down. Many medical experts, …

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City of York man killed in triple shooting identified

A 36-year-old man was killed and two other men were shot dead overnight in York, according to a police press release. Victor Acosta-Delgado, 36, of East Maple Street in York City, died at WellSpan York Hospital around 12:45 a.m. Friday, according to the York County Coroner’s Office. York City Police …

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