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Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease where brain cells degenerate and die, destroying memory and other mental functions.  As the disease is a leading cause of death in Minnesota and Todd County and has no cure, it’s important to seek supportive services as soon as possible. People with...
The following are descriptions of the events Todd County Health and Human Services has available for the public followed by a schedule in order by date. IMMUNIZATION CLINICS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY - FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE Available vaccines at our clinics are listed below.  They are for all ages...
A good cook knows that it’s not what’s on the table that matters but who’s in the chairs around that table. Keep that in mind the next time you think a dish didn’t turn out exactly the way you had hoped. Any mediocre meal can still be fabulous when shared with someone you care about. Many times...
Grazing Crop Residues The are many positive attributes of grazing crop residue including:  reduced feed cost, manure is already deposited on the field, resulting in less to haul in the Spring, and these grazed fields also tend to have higher Nitrogen levels.  However there are some things to...
Our Week In Review Busy as ever! Trinity Preschoolers stopped up to visit and got together for some activities and a snack, we played Beat the Dice, Bible Study was held, St. Mary’s was up one evening for Bunco, many of us celebrated a special anniversary of one of the couples that live here, Susan...
A common question received by Planning and Zoning staff is what triggers the need for a professional septic inspection?  Todd County Planning & Zoning requires that a compliance inspection be completed if applying for a building permit involving a bedroom addition, dwelling replacement,...
You scream, I scream, we all scream, the police come, it gets awkward. But one way to break through that awkward moment is to offer everyone ice cream. Have you made homemade ice cream lately or even EVER? It’s actually very easy but you will need to practice patience because it takes a bit longer...
When the Winnebago’s arrived in 1848, a government doctor came with them. His name was Fredrick Andros. The government erected a very large house for him on what is now the court house hill. The gov’t report shows that it was a two-story house with a wing. The wing was probably used as the hospital...
Our Week In Review Another week gone- Can’t believe how fast the time goes.  Susan and Jodi and the crafting group continue to work on projects for the upcoming Bazaar on Dec. 5th and also this week they made an “I Am Thankful Tree.”  Hope you get a chance to stop up and take a peek – it is so cute...
It is believed that people get a food borne illnesses minimum 14 times a year. And that number is directed at the food borne illnesses that are NOT reported or diagnosed. People who claim to have the stomach flu or a 24 hour bug simply have a food borne illness also known as Food Poisoning. Though...

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