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Jorden Nicole Borders, 32, of Crosslake, Minnesota, is expected to agree to the termination of her parental rights in a Friday court hearing.
Minnesota often tops lists for most expensive child care in the U.S. Areas outside the Twin Cities metro lost more than 20,000 child care slots between 2000 and 2020.
The program will be “Exploring Norwegian and Other Scandinavian Christmas Traditions,” presented by Harvey Pedersen.
CCM Health in Montevideo is developing a new clinic space for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Rising construction costs since the start of the project have necessitated raising the original $3.8 million budget to $5.5 million.

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The strike will begin Dec. 11, unless tentative contract agreements are made with hospitals before then. Nurses at Essentia and Twin Cities hospitals would strike for three weeks, until Dec. 31.
Licenses issued by the Nobles County Recorder's Office.
Eighteen miles northwest of Bemidji, in the backwoods of Buzzle Township, is Pinewood — once an operative logging camp filled with lumberjacks and early settlers. Throughout its history, this once lively community has become a place of unsolved mysteries, two bank robberies, a bizarre train derailment and multiple wildfires.
The 12 plaintiffs suffered injuries including bruising from less-lethal munitions, lingering respiratory issues from tear gas and psychological trauma, the ACLU said.
The measure is part of a class-action suit filed by the ACLU on behalf of 12 protesters
State agencies are encouraging people to apply for energy assistance

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Goodhue County Sheriff's Deputy Steve Sutton-Brown, a nearly 20-year law enforcement veteran, shot an unarmed 24-year-old Fernando Javier Carbajal after authorities say Carbajal chased the deputy. Sutton-Brown is on administrative leave with pay pending the outcome of an investigation by the BCA.
"Pretty much any viral infection can result in Guillain-Barré. It's just that RSV, boy, that's rare," said Dr. Nicholas Lehnertz, a medical specialist at the Minnesota Department of Health.
“We’re not here to just throw the book at them,” Landgaard emphasized. “We want to do what’s right for them… our goal is not to expel kids, it’s to educate kids.”

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