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MOOSE LAKE

The Moose Lake treatment facility failed to implement a medication control plan, which led to residents selling medication to other residents and engaging in suicidal behavior using medications, the Minnesota Department of Health determined.
“It’s great we have this opportunity to buy a protein source from somebody down the road.”
Clients and their supporters are calling for an end to the state program, which discharges few of the hundreds of the men it locks up.
Essentia and CommonSpirit signed a letter of intent for Essentia to acquire 17 facilities. However, nurses have not received a guarantee from either health system that the change in ownership will protect the services and jobs the facilities currently offer.

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Two other deaths were reported in early December.
Facing a shortfall of $14 million this fiscal year, the Department of Corrections is closing the two smallest correctional facilities in the state.
Twelve inmates have tested positive for COVID-19.
On Monday, Minnesota's state prison system reported its first cases of COVID-19 in prison staff and individuals who are incarcerated, but the coronaviurs doesn't appear to have reached county jails southeastern Minnesota.
The Skally Linecomes to Olde Pine Theatre this weekend -- Minnesota history buffs, rejoice.
"Out of that tragedy a lot of advancements have come, and we'll continue to seek more."

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Moose Lake/WR 69, R-P 59
1993 – 25 years ago
It's an unlikely partnership: Two school districts, 200 miles apart — but it makes perfect sense, said Chuck Ehler.

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