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Like many recent product shortages, this one also appears to be tied to pandemic-related supply chain problems. The formula shortages are not widespread, but they can mean multiple trips to stores for parents.
The man told police the mafia was chasing him and he had last used methamphetamine two days prior.
Over the years, Jacob Friedrichs has led police on chases from behind the wheel, as a passenger in a vehicle and on foot. This time, he tried the shoeless approach.
Kristopher Dale Arlando Henderson, 39, is charged in Blue Earth County District Court with second-degree murder-without intent, first-degree manslaughter, first-degree assault and three counts of a malicious punishment of a child.

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The 14th stop on our tour of 20 Minnesota State Parks brings us to the heart of lake country -- no, not the prototypical northern Minnesota kind with pines and deep lakes, but the southern Minnesota version with tall hardwoods, shallow lakes, lots of nearby cornfields and some of the best biking in the state.
Most of Minnesota is in a dry period now, but wet years happen, too. "Flashy” flows, as scientists call them, are an increasing problem in the Minnesota River valley and elsewhere in the state. Scientists attribute them to more intense rain events and the loss of wetlands that act as natural sponges.
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Dementia friendly gardens engage the five senses and are modeled after gardens in the United Kingdom that are accessible to those with memory challenges.
Over the years, the Living Earth nonprofit grew from a small community garden and advocacy group to a larger network of gardeners, volunteers and community members who attend classes about gardening.
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MANKATO, Minn. — President Donald Trump made campaign stops in Minnesota and Wisconsin on Monday, Aug. 17, in an attempt to woo Midwestern voters into supporting his re-election bid with promises for a thriving economy and job growth in a second term.
MANKATO — President Donald Trump made a stop in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Monday, Aug. 17. He visited Mankato, Minn., as part of a campaign swing in his bid for re-election. Read the article about the event here.
The incident is under investigation by the Cook County Sheriff's Office.

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