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Makayla Marie Oothoudt Willprecht and Hudeife Muhumed Mire are facing charges of third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter for allegedly providing Samantha Myers with the drugs that led to her overdose death in April. They were in court Thursday in Kandiyohi County.
The symptoms that linger after a COVID-19 infection can be puzzling and worrisome. Fatigue, breathing issues and brain fog can last for months. And because the disease has been around for only about two years, no one knows how much longer they may last.
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An 80-year-old man suffered possible life-threatening injuries in a two-vehicle crash in Lake Andrew Township in Kandiyohi County Saturday morning.

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The Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office reported that the death of Samantha Myers, 19, of Pennock, is being investigated as a possible overdose of a suspected illegal narcotic substance.
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