CAPITOL CHATTER Smokers would help fund Vikings stadium construction
By Don Davis
Minnesota legislative tax negotiators tentatively approved a plan today to use cigarette tax increase funds and close corporate tax loopholes to provide backup Vikings stadium constructi... Posted on 5/16/13 at 12:49 PM
NEW PLATEAUS Problem Solved? #1 Organ Donor Shortage
There are a host of issues in our world that we are nowhere near solving. Take drunk driving, we try to find that sweet spot between how to punish the problem, and prevent the problem, and even outsma... Posted on 5/7/12 at 11:52 AM
ALL ABOUT FOOD Cookbook Club cooks up a farm-to-table meal
Last night my cookbook club got together. We meet once a month, taking turns hosting at our homes. Our host chooses a theme and each member finds a recipe from a cookbook, usually a recipe they haven... Posted on 7/9/10 at 4:25 AM
STAFF BLOG LAGNIAPPE Baked apples a la healthier
Although I was touting the health benefits of apples yesterday, the Apple Cuplets recipe — with the recommended cream added at least —is probably not the most healthful of desserts.
Here&r... Posted on 9/30/09 at 5:00 AM
HEALTHBEAT Hold the Mayo?
The Mayo Clinic has reigned for many years as an example of health care that's both high-quality and cost-effective. Many Minnesotans are proud that this facility, known the world over, is in their o... Posted on 9/24/09 at 7:10 AM
WINDOM — Cottonwood County 4-H will collaborate with the Windom Community Education program to offer a six-hour child care clinic for youth in fifth through ninth grades from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 14, at the Windom High School.
SLAYTON — Lincoln, Lyon, Murray & Pipestone Public Health will host a public H1N1 vaccination clinic from 3 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Murray County Health and Human Services Building, 3001 Maple Road, Slayton.
NRCHS still experiencing vaccine shortage; community clinics to be delayed
WORTHINGTON — It was a disappointing turnout for H1N1 flu shot clinics offered to preschool through 12th grade students in Ellsworth, Hills-Beaver Creek, Adrian and Round Lake-Brewster school districts on Friday and Monday.
Public Health hosts first H1N1 clinics
WORTHINGTON — Some people reportedly stood in line for two hours Wednesday night, waiting for their children to receive the H1N1 novel influenza vaccine at Prairie Elementary in Worthington. It was the second flu clinic hosted by Nobles-Rock Community Health Services this week, with the first on Monday in Luverne.
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