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OLMSTED COUNTY

Spike of new cases extends in cluster of southeastern counties.
Health officials say that declining hospitalizations is a better metric for tracking spread.
Of last year’s deaths, 162 were speed-related — a 33% increase from 2020, according to state figures.
Rochester's Heritage preservation Commission supports owners' plans while seeking to maintain style influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright

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Kendra Henry and Crystal Guyse launched Enliven Psych + Health at 2212 Second St. SW late this fall. Enliven offers counseling therapy for individuals of all ages, couples and families. They also provide substance use assessments and other services. Henry is experienced in working substance issues with co-occurring problems.
Public hearing will consider request to remove southwest Rochester home from list of potential city landmarks
Merwin Andrew Coleman, 33, was sentenced Thursday, Dec. 16, 2021, in Olmsted County District Court to up to 15 years of probation. He was also given a stayed prison sentence.
App includes a tool that allows users to scan the barcode of an item and instantly see if it’s available in the library.
Catharine Bliss started December with a new address for Bliss Photography. She recently moved into a commercial studio space at 1604 First St. NW in Rochester’s Miracle Mile Shopping Center. “The location is fantastic for me. For a long time, I've wanted to be in that complex with ABC Toy Zone, Code Ninjas, and Sylvan Learning… There are a lot of complementary businesses,” she said.
The 65-year-old man was outside around 8 p.m. Wednesday night, Dec. 15, 2021, when a tree fell on him and his truck.

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The second phase of the arts center renovation will give guests a better experience.
The Automotive Procare center at 457 16th Ave. NW and the Caribou Coffee shop at 451 16th Ave. NW, which both stand on the corner 16th Street Northwest and Civic Center Drive, changed hands in two transactions.
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development grant will help construct a 12,000-square-foot hangar, which will be leased to Great Planes Aviation, a company providing aviation maintenance technology services for aircraft.

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