A tough luck story turned out very positive for the Hawley native.
The CDC study looked at Minnesota and nine other states.
Friends believe he struck the motor while under the boat.
The Wisconsin senator can't post for a week.
It's not clear what caused the 46-year-old to go under.
It happened in Renville County Friday evening.
Original plans for the parking lot included housing above it, but issues with construction prevented it from being built.
Grant was a critical piece of the 1965 AL Championship team but did much more.
The latest figures from MDH.
The tournament begins on Tuesday.
The tournament begins on Tuesday in Mankato.
Starting Nov. 1, the regional carrier will offer two weekly non-stop flights from the Rochester International Airport to Mesa, Ariz., the Post Bulletin reports. Allegiant Airlines ended its service from Rochester to Las Vegas in 2010 because of a lack of demand. The newspaper notes Mayo Clinic has a campus in a suburb of Phoenix.
The Post Bulletin reports oil in a fryer caught fire early Saturday morning. Guests at the Days Inn, above the downtown restaurant, were forced to evacuate for about two hours. Fortunately no was injured.
Rochester City Council president Dennis Hanson, who died of a brain aneurysm in late June, prevailed on Tuesday with 51.4 percent of the votes, the Post Bulletin reports. Challenger Jan Throndson garnered 43 percent and write-in candidate Jeff Thompson received 5.6 percent. A special election will likely be held next spring.
The Post Bulletin reports Rochester Public Utilities officials could decide to shut down some or all of the generators. Another option is converting the generators from coal to natural gas. RPU just completed a nearly $40 million upgrade to keep its newest generator in compliance with new EPA regulations.
The Olmsted County Public Health Services and the Minnesota Department of Health have confirmed three cases of Salmonella montevideo linked to a Denny's restaurant in Rochester. A fourth case is also being investigated. KTTC reports three people were hospitalized for their illnesses after dining at the eatery between June 27 and July 5. Investigators have not found a source for the bacteria.
Mail carriers suspended delivery service about three weeks ago because of safety concerns. The Post Bulletin reports residents were told to control their dogs and clean up their property. More than 40 animal incidents were reported in the neighborhood last year alone.
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