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West central Minnesota school leaders say many factors weighed in changes related to COVID-19

The 14-day COVID-19 case rate issued each week by the state may be the most visible information, but it isn't the only thing used by school districts in deciding what type of learning to offer. State and local officials and regional advisory boards also play a role.

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In 42 years in the newspaper industry, Linda Vanderwerf has worked at several daily newspapers in Minnesota, including the Mesabi Daily News, now called the Mesabi Tribune in Virginia. Previously, she worked for the Las Cruces Sun-News in New Mexico and the Rapid City Journal in the Black Hills of South Dakota. She has been a reporter at the West Central Tribune for nearly 27 years.

Vanderwerf can be reached at email: lvanderwerf@wctrib.com or phone 320-214-4340
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