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WEST CENTRAL MINNESOTA

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The Alzheimer's Association invites Willmar residents to walk at Robbins Island Regional Park to help reach its $40,000 fundraising goal. The event will take place Saturday, Sept. 17. Registration begins at 9 a.m.
Eighteen graduates of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resource Conservation Officer Academy are taking to the field and their first assignments. Two are headed to vacant bureaus in Montevideo and Madison.
Seyward Ask has been named the new executive director of United Way of West Central Minnesota and will assume the position on September 7.
West central Minnesota is under a heat advisory through 8 p.m. Monday, July 18, 2022.
Hospitalizations related to COVID-19 were little changed from a week ago, with 40 people in ICUs around the state and another 345 hospitalized.
From the editorial: "Our visitors come by car (and in vans, campers, and trucks), and we can’t afford for them not to come. So if knocking 47 cents per gallon off the price of gas ensures they still do this summer, we have to scream out our support."

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West central Minnesota abounds with natural areas that showcase the region’s lakes, prairies and examples of native plant and animal life. Listed below are some of those areas worth a visit.
Summary: West central Minnesota is blessed with great people, welcoming communities, blooming prairies, shimmering lakes and exciting community events. And the fishing is good as well.
The National Weather Services has extended the excessive heat warning into the Minnesota River Valley, including Kandiyohi County. Heat indices could soar to around 105 degrees on Monday.

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