Amy Klobuchar: Protecting seniors during the pandemic

Coronavirus has changed just about everything about our lives, but for our nation’s seniors, the toll of this virus has been particularly devastating. Those over 65 account for the vast majority of Americans who have died from coronavirus, with estimates indicating that eight out of 10 people in our country who have lost their lives are seniors.
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Local student awarded scholarship for classics

The Gustavus Adolphus Honors Day presentation awarded Solveig Stafford, who completed her sophomore year at Gustavus Adolphus College this spring, with the Professor J.A. and Hilda Youngquist, Adeline Andreen and Ruth Youngquist Memorial Scholarship, which is an endowed scholarship given to an outstanding classics major as nominated by the faculty, according to a press release.  […]
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Inflammatory condition affecting children surfaces in Minnesota

Thirteen Minnesota children have been found to have a worrisome inflammatory condition believed to be related to COVID-19, state officials said Wednesday. Multi-system inflammatory syndrome was confirmed in the children, who developed symptoms between mid-May and mid-June; their average age was 5, and most had no prior medical problems, Dr. Ruth Lynfield, the state’s epidemiologist, […]
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Milburn N. Nelson

Milburn (Mel) Nedren Nelson, 93, passed away peacefully, Friday, June 26, 2020 at the family home in Albert Lea, surrounded by his family. Milburn was born to Nels and Tillie (Walker) Nelson on August 17, 1926, in Bricelyn, MN. Milburn attended high school in Alden, MN. He met his wife, Phyllis, while employed at Queen […]
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Phil Gould tells Raiders to forget about John Bateman and ‘never deal with him again’ – Fox Sports

Goulds comments come after the injured Raiders star announced on Tuesday hed be leaving Canberra at the end of the season after pushing for an upgrade per the terms of…

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4 Things We’ve Learned About Coronavirus That Make It Unusual – Lifehacker Australia

It is now almost six months since the world became aware of coronavirus, or COVID-19, and almost four months since the World Health Organisation declared a pandemic. As the number…

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Google Play Store Error Codes and Their Solutions

Few things can be as frustrating as something that is supposed to ease your life and doesn’t do so. On the contrary. Such as your smartphone. You’d expect everything to…

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West Coast algae to tackle flatulence in cattle

Researchers in cattle farming at Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC, are turning to West Coast algae to tackle cattle methane production and combat climate change. Studies in Australia and California…

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The hypothetical ninth planet could be a black hole

It is possible that the planet hiding in the confines of our solar system is not one: American astrophysicists put forward the idea that it could be a very small…

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Facial recognition must be regulated, experts say

The use of facial recognition raises many ethical questions and there is urgent need to legislate to frame it to protect the public, say researchers at the AI ​​Now Institute…

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