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WADENA COUNTY

Absentee voting in Minnesota's primary elections started June 24.
The Farm Family of the Year program is sponsored by the University of Minnesota and honors families across Minnesota who are actively engaged in farming or an agricultural production.
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Verndale area saw brunt of damage with 94 mph winds reported. Power lines are still down and people are encouraged to stay away from these areas.
Districts 1,3, 4 and 5 will be on the 2022 ballot. Districts 1, 3 and 5 were already due for four-year term elections this year; district 4 will be a two-year term.

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Since March 9, Minnesota reported an additional 3,089 COVID-19 cases, a 33% decrease compared to the previous seven days, totaling 1,423,683 for the entire pandemic. Also, 64 new deaths were reported by the state in the last seven days, 22 fewer deaths over the previous week, totaling 12,302 for the entire pandemic.
Since March 2, Minnesota reported an additional 4,620 COVID-19 cases, a 20% decrease compared to the previous seven days, totaling 1,420,720 for the entire pandemic. Also, 86 new deaths were reported by the state in the last seven days, 47 fewer deaths over the previous week, totaling 12,238 for the entire pandemic.
Since Feb. 23, Minnesota reported an additional 5,782 COVID-19 cases, a 43% decrease compared to the previous seven days, totaling 1,416,191 for the entire pandemic. Also, 133 new deaths were reported by the state in the last seven days, a 17 death increase over the previous week, totaling 12,152 for the entire pandemic.
Bussman is is running in central Minnesota, challenging Paul Utke, R-Park Rapids.
Poston had initially planned to run in Senate District 9, but after the new districts were announced last week he decided to retire from the Legislature.
Since Feb. 9, Minnesota reported an additional 21,627 COVID-19 cases, a 33% decrease compared to the previous seven days, totaling 1,400,624 for the entire pandemic. Also, 181 new deaths were reported by the state in the last seven days, 23 fewer deaths than the previous week, totaling 11,903 for the entire pandemic.

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Since Feb. 2, Minnesota reported an additional 32,168 COVID-19 cases, a 52% decrease compared to the previous seven days, totaling 1,379,102 for the entire pandemic. Also, 204 new deaths were reported by the state in the last seven days, 30 fewer deaths than the previous week, totaling 11,722 for the entire pandemic.
Since Jan. 19, Minnesota reported an additional 87,066 COVID-19 cases, an 11% increase compared to the previous seven days, totaling 1,280,500 for the entire pandemic. Also, 245 new deaths were reported by the state in the last seven days, 147 more deaths than the previous week, totaling 11,282 for the entire pandemic. Statewide COVID-19 data is not being released on federal holidays, Saturdays and Sundays.
The Point in Time Count is an important part of the statewide plan to end homelessness, examine trends and help better understand how to target resources.

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