“I do really think it’s based on who we are and our health care culture,” said Rochester Mayor Kim Norton.
In the race for Minnesota Senate District 26, which encompasses much of Rochester — including the Mayo Clinic — DFL candidate Aleta Borrud has tried to tie three-term GOP Sen. Carla Nelson to Trump, and particularly to his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Even as Rochester is getting bigger — and bluer — the rest of CD1 has been trending Republican.
There are good reasons to criticize how Mayo Clinic has handled its plans for phasing out inpatient hospital care in Albert Lea. Destination Medical Center is not one of them.
For residents of Rochester, August 21, 1883, began with oppressive heat and ominous stillness.
Hunsley founded Recovery Is Happening to spread the word to others in her community that it was possible to get sober and live a happy, productive life.
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A group of Franciscan sisters spent years working and saving money to buy the land and build the original Mayo campus building, St. Mary’s Hospital. They were just the first women important to the Mayo.
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Pine Island and Plainview are two nearby towns with different strategies for capitalizing on the DMC initiative.
WASHINGTON — The clinics are among 112 in the country flagged for additional review.
The answer is an unequivocal yes, says late senator’s daughter, Anne Brataas, who recalls a life of rigorous sparring, intense engagement and exhilarating possibility.
Anne Blackhurst is the new president of Minnesota State University Moorhead and Leslie McClellon takes the top job at Rochester Community and Technical College.
Expanding the city’s biking, walking and mass transit opportunities are crucial to the vision, planners say.
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Rochester city officials will start sharing some of the city’s sales tax proceeds this month with 17 neighboring communities.
Plans call for expanding its sports medicine practice with a 22,000-square-foot center to meet growing demands for its injury and rehabilitation expertise.
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