Fergus Falls and Area Residents Take Part in MDH's COVID Vaccine Pilot Program
Otter Tail County Public Health and the Minnesota Department of Health were busy Friday and Saturday administering COVID Vaccine doses to local residents.
DFL Senator Smith Plans to Vote For Impeachment of Trump
U-S Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the impeachment trial of former President Trump will begin February 8th under an agreement with Republicans.
Walz Expected to Propose Upper-Bracket Tax Increase, GOP Opposes
It's expected Governor Tim Walz will propose an upper bracket income tax increase when he rolls out his state budget plan early next week, re-igniting a perennial debate at the State Capitol.
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Two Northern Minnesota Men Nearly Die from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning While Working in Garage
Two Northern Minnesota men nearly died of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning while working in a garage, Thursday.
Minnesota National Guard Soldiers, Airmen Returning From Inauguration
Around 750 Minnesota National Guard members return home this weekend after supporting the presidential inauguration in Washington, DC.
MSHSL Reports Solid Compliance With Face Mask Requirement
The Minnesota State High School League says athletes are doing a good job wearing face masks.
Mild Flu Season Continues in Minnesota
The flu season in Minnesota continues to be mild compared to previous years.
State Health Department Launches New COVID Online Case Investigation Survey
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) launched a new online survey in an effort to more efficiently track coronavirus cases.
New Scholarship Available to Minnesota Ag Water Quality Certified Farmers
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is offering a new scholarship for farmers to learn business management strategies that will lead to profitable and competitive farming operations. The Minnesota Agricultural Water Quality Certification Program (MAWQCP) Farm Business Management Scholarship provides tuition money for the Farm Business Management Program.