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The Sartell, Minn. based company, however, has faced allegations of failing to provide adequate care to inmates, including 27-year-old Hardel Sherrell, who died in 2018 in the Beltrami County jail in Bemidji after his pleas for help were ignored by jail and medical staff.
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.
In her 10-page ruling issued Friday morning, Nov. 26, Judge Ann D. Montgomery ruled that granting the restraining order and allowing the quarterback to play "would change, rather than preserve, the status quo."
In its 30-page filing, the MSHSL asked the courts to deny the request for a restraining order stating that "simply because Plaintiff disagrees with the referee’s and, in turn, the League’s decision, does not, however, render it arbitrary and capricious.”

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The family of Chatfield's varsity quarterback is seeking to overturn a suspension so that he may play in the Class AA state football championship game on Friday in Minneapolis.
Kalley Newkirk, a 25-year-old pregnant woman who has worked at Mayo Clinic for four years, opposes the requirement for employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Currently on administrative leave, she wrote a very critical letter of resignation, spurring a right wing talk show host to bring her on his online show.
Steve Johnson, who has owned Zumbrota Ford for 22 years, is known for his loud and goofy car commercials that feature him and often his daughter wearing silly costumes. His dealership is making headlines this week, because he agreed to shoot a free commercial script by John Oliver of HBO's "Last Week Tonight." Oliver described the commercial as a “Tense, domestic psychodrama” about the end of marriage and an all-wheel drive minivan from Zumbrota Ford.

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