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Dr. Arden Virnig conferred with COVID-19 patient Dena Leikvoll during her recovery last week at Mille Lacs Health System in Onamia, Minn.

COVID wave hits rural hospitals, leaving sick begging for beds

The story of one Hallock man, who died of severe gastrointestinal bleeding, illustrates the pressure on greater Minnesota hospitals, which for a three-week stretch were caring for more COVID-19 patients than those in the Twin Cities.
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Conversion of grasslands to crops threatens state's wildlife, water, climate

Gophers running back Mar’Keise Irving rushes against Maryland defensive back Jordan Mosley in the first quarter.
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Fire Jan Malcolm? That's ridiculous

Health commissioner is a respected leader supported by state's key health stakeholders.

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