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Finding a way  to heal; Kyle Snyder looking for answers about his autoimmune diseases

Finding a way to heal; Kyle Snyder looking for answers about his autoimmune diseases

It came like a bolt out of the blue, according to Kyle Snyder. Snyder was standing in line at the neighborhood McDonald’s, ready to order some ... Read more | Add your comment

Landfill mulling addition of garbage services

Landfill mulling addition of garbage services

No permit requests submitted yet, so changes are months away Read more | Add your comment

Dayton coming to Austin to discuss buffer plan

Gov. Mark Dayton is coming to Austin for a public meeting to discuss his proposal to establish an additional 125,000 acres of water quality buffer ... Read more | Add your comment

House DFL leaders visit AL on statewide tour

House DFL leaders visit AL on statewide tour

ALBERT LEA — Local leaders called for Minnesota’s next budget to do more for Greater Minnesota, especially when it comes to education. Read more | Add your comment

Refreshed growing pilot programs

Refreshed growing pilot programs

Mower Refreshed has been focused in 2015 on further expanding and developing pilot programs that are showing promise in promoting healthy living where we work, ... Read more | Add your comment

T-storms today, flurries Easter weekend? NWS warns of fire risk with high winds, dry conditions

After getting more than 6 inches of snow last week, Austin is shifting to more spring and summer-like weather — though snow still isn’t completely ... Read more | Add your comment

Women’s Health Care symposium will be May 2

It’s a party just for girls at the Historic Hormel Home in May. It’s the time of year again for women to learn about health ... Read more | Add your comment

Against the odds: Faribault man beats stage four pancreatic cancer

Weight loss and foot pain were the first signs that something was not right with Carl White. The pain began moving up into his left leg, ... Read more | Add your comment

State school measurement system wins re-approval

ST. PAUL — Minnesota will continue rating its schools based on how well they address disparities and prepare students for college or careers. The state’s ... Read more | Add your comment

Big raise for Met leader despite salaries deal

ST. PAUL — Even after lawmakers stopped hefty raises for members of Gov. Mark Dayton’s cabinet, the chairman of the Metropolitan Council’s salary still doubled ... Read more | Add your comment

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