Minnesota school COVID-19 cases plunge since mid-September

COVID-19 cases in Minnesota pre-K-12 schools have dropped significantly with the number of new infections falling nearly 70%. One student and two staff members have died of COVID-19 complications last week.
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Curiosity-driven Knuth attempts to stand out in Mpls. mayor's race

St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, seen in 2019, on Thursday rolled out one of the state’s most stringent COVID-19 vaccine policies.
Glen Stubbe, Star Tribune
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, seen in 2019, on Thursday rolled out one of the state’s most stringent COVID-19 vaccine policies.

St. Paul's employee vaccine rule among strictest in the state

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Employees must get shots by the end of the year, and there is no testing alternative. Union leaders have warned this could lead to staffing shortages in departments already stretched thin by pandemic-fueled budget cuts.
Kirill Kaprizov was hassled by Jets defenseman Josh Morrissey (44) in overtime Tuesday. Morrissey was penalized, and the Wild scored on a power play t
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Roughing it: Kaprizov becoming a target, and gives as good as he gets

OHV stands for Off-Highway Vehicle and these lawn signs in Houston, Minn., express local opposition to a high-density, motorized vehicle trail project
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DNR scrutinized for its review of a proposed motorized trail complex in southern Minn.

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