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Brody Lamb flourished in the second half of his first full season with the United States Hockey League's Green Bay Gamblers. His strong play at the highest level of junior hockey convinced University of Minnesota coach Bob Motzko to bring the Byron native to campus this fall and join a program coming off a conference championship and a Frozen Four appearance.
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Dan Winkler, a former Atlanta Brave and Chicago Cub and current Texas Rangers minor leaguer, played for the Rochester Honkers in the summer of 2010. Even after 12 years, the bond that Winkler formed with the Tester family is as strong as ever.
“You always got to greet them with a ‘good morning,’ so that they can begin their day in a good way,” Rita Roles said.
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The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated the money struggles already facing care centers. Now, advocates are asking for help from the state to retain workers and keep their facilities open.

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This week marked the 47th annual National EMS Week — a time to celebrate emergency medical service responders and the work they do in their communities.
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Baby formula is the latest product that has been critically hit in the supply chain shortage. The shortage is not only impacting Rochester residents, but families on the national level that are connecting from all corners of the country to help each other find and receive any formula they can.
Rochester artist says 'Wakefield' seeks to inspire contemplation
Delegates at the GOP convention spoke about what issues they care about most.
Listos Preschool and Childcare Director Christina Valdez said Friday, May 13, 2022, that without the temporary space at Mount Olive Church that the center would have likely closed.

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The Hubbell House is one of the most famous dining locations in all of Southeast Minnesota. After being closed for five months and changing ownership, the Mantorville restaurant reopened its doors Tuesday.
Two babies, both linked to suspect through DNA, were found dead in 1999 and 2003. A newborn boy was found in Lower Boat Harbor in Red Wing, and a newborn girl was found in Lake Pepin.
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Christina Jacobs has been a child care provider for close to 30 years. This year, she was recognized for her work by being awarded child care provider of the year.

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