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Autopsy shows hypothermia cause of BSU student's death
Library to offer Food for Fines
Laker trio 11th at Grand Rapids
Waubun basketball teams rolling
DL youth wrestling clinic registration Monday
Laker boys 11th at Grand Rapids Ski invitational
Hornet girls win in biggest output of the year
Holy Rosary completes first Knowledge Bowl
Don’t let stress beat you
Applications sought: Scholarships available to those in medical field
Non-toy ideas for kids’ Christmas gifts
Grant money available for ag teachers
Friends & Neighbors
Essentia gives Wolf Lake Rescue a gift
6,600 Minnesota jobs created; rate down to 3.7%
Dept of Revenue wins improvement award
Minnesotans saving big coin with gas dip
New agent joins Jack Chiver Realty team
Sawyer Brown bringing Christmas spirit to Shooting Star this Friday
Longest Night Music Fest set this Sunday in NYM
‘The Classic Nutcracker’ coming to NDSU’s Reineke Festival Hall
Dylan to release his version of classic Sinatra songs on Feb. 3
LARL’s ‘Hot Reads for Cold Nights’ reading program begins Jan. 2
Man versus the machine
Leading on cancer awareness
Letter: Congress shouldn’t cut retirees’ pensions
Letter: Christmas dreaming for a bright future with WCI
Don’t get a DWI for Christmas
Don’t eat venison? Try these delicious recipes
Modern electronics can help locate fish
The Red River Valley is a special natural place
Prevent deer from being winter pests
From ski lessons to tubing fun, there’s lots for kids to do on the Mountain
New ski lodge is heart of Detroit Mountain Recreation Area
Making Detroit Mountain happen
Holiday Traditions 2014
Winter Laker Book 2014-15
What is your top food pick from the Minnesota State Fair?
May 17, 2013
Minnesota health officials investigate salmonella cases linked to tahini
Two Minnesota infants have been sickened with salmonellosis linked to eating Krinos brand tahini sesame paste that has been recalled by the manufacturer, the Minnesota Department of Health announced today. State health and agriculture officials said consumers should not eat Krinos...
May 17, 2013 - 4:26pm
February 23, 2009
Minnesota food detectives solve peanut butter case
ST. PAUL - Nine dead, three in Minnesota, with 654 sick in 44 states. It almost sounds like terrorists spreading a deadly disease.
February 23, 2009 - 9:54am
February 17, 2009
Sons of salmonella victim call for tighter food rules
ST. PAUL - Jeff Almer wants his mother's death to mean something. Shirley Almer of Perham died Dec. 21 from salmonella poisoning blamed on contaminated peanut butter. It was the first of at least nine U.S. deaths, including three in Minnesota, attributed to the deadly organism from...
February 17, 2009 - 8:00am
February 7, 2009
MDA issues consumer advisory for Jack & The Green Sprouts
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) issued a consumer advisory for Jack & The Green Sprouts brand alfalfa sprouts after routine product testing found a package of the product to contain Salmonella bacteria. This product contamination is not associated with the ongoing national...
February 7, 2009 - 3:00pm
February 6, 2009
Inspectors look for peanut butter products
ST. PAUL -- Food inspectors fanned out across Minnesota this week to make sure potentially tainted peanut butter products no longer are for sale. The list of products that could be infected with possibly deadly salmonella bacteria tops 800, leading to what some say is the biggest...
February 6, 2009 - 12:00am
February 3, 2009
Minnesota officials seek tainted peanut butter
ST. PAUL - Food inspectors are fanning out across Minnesota this week to make sure potentially tainted peanut butter products no longer are for sale. The list of products that could be infected with possibly deadly salmonella bacteria tops 800, leading to what some say is the biggest...
February 3, 2009 - 12:00am
February 1, 2009
Three schools near Bemidji possibly shipped peanut products tainted with salmonella
Three schools in the region were shipped possibly tainted peanut products linked to a nationwide salmonella outbreak as part of the federal school meal program, U.S Department of Agriculture officials announced Friday. Included on the list of schools receiving the products are Cass...
February 1, 2009 - 12:00am
January 24, 2009
Third Minnesotan dies from salmonella
ST. PAUL - The state Health Department said a third Minnesotan has died from salmonella. Officials say the woman was in her 80s and lived at a long-term care facility. Her name and date and place of death have not been released. A nationwide salmonella outbreak tied to peanut butter...
January 24, 2009 - 12:00am
January 21, 2009
East Otter Tail County woman's death linked to salmonella, family to sue
After battling a brain tumor for months, with her family hoping to bring her home for the holidays, an East Otter Tail County woman is believed to have succumbed to a totally unexpected attack: salmonella contamination. Rural Perham resident Shirley Mae Almer, a 1954 graduate of...
January 21, 2009 - 12:00am
January 17, 2009
Wadena Lanes owner's death linked with salmonella outbreak
WADENA - Wadena Lanes owner Shirley Almer was one of two Minnesotans whose deaths are being linked with a salmonella outbreak affecting 43 states, according to her daughter, Ginger Lorentz of Brainerd. Almer died Dec. 21 at age 72 in Brainerd. The family was shocked when the Minnesota...
January 17, 2009 - 12:00am
June 10, 2008
Tomatoes trigger salmonella outbreak
A nationwide salmonella outbreak has merchants yanking tomatoes from their shelves while health officials search for more answers. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration named three types of tomatoes - raw red plum, red Roma and round red - as the likely culprits of the outbreak.
June 10, 2008 - 12:00am
Grocers pull tomatoes after FDA links some to salmonella outbreak
Grand Forks grocers and restaurants followed a national directive Monday and pulled tomatoes that could be linked to a salmonella outbreak from their shelves and tables. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration named three types of tomatoes -- raw red plum, red Roma and round red --...
June 10, 2008 - 12:00am
Minnesota-produced tomatoes given the green light
FARGO - Tomatoes grown and harvested in Minnesota are now considered safe to eat, according to the U.S.
June 10, 2008 - 12:00am