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Monday, June 14, 2021: Chatfield chinchilla ranch, Rochesterfest is back, a Smiling Moose in Kasson

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Stories mentioned in this episode:

  • Day in History: ​1946: Anderson named 'Mayo Professor of Public Health'​

  • ​Chatfield chinchilla ranch under fire from USDA, PETA for Animal Welfare Act violations​

  • ​'Reconnect' with Rochesterfest: Festival is back after cancellation in 2020​

  • ​Smiling Moose brings gifts, food to Kasson's Main Street​

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Friday, June 11, 2021: GOP convention in Rochester, graduation rates, pools will reopen

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Stories mentioned in this episode:

  • Day in History: ​1996: Roscoe’s Root Beer & Ribs wins Best Ribs award​

  • ​GOP state convention to be held in Rochester next year​

  • ​Rochester's 2020 graduation rate holds steady, remains lower than many surrounding districts​

  • ​Rochester pools will reopen Monday​

  • ​St. Charles softball punches ticket to state for the first time in school history​

  • ​Wabasha-Kellogg and Winona take two different paths on journey to state​

  • ​P-E-M outlasts Lourdes in 10 to end state baseball drought​

  • ​Hayfield heading back to state after holding off Lyle/Pacelli in Section 1A title game​

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Thursday, June 10, 2021: Award-winning Rochester home, swimming free-for-all, Eyota highway

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Stories mentioned in this episode:

  • Day in History: ​1946: Frozen dinners to soon be available to 'ordinary people'​

  • ​Award-winning Rochester home listed for $1.59 million​

  • ​Free swimming turned into a free-for-all: Why Rochester pools shut down in the middle of a heat wave​

  • ​A need to reduce the speed? Eyota city council thinks so​

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Wednesday, June 9, 2021: Minnesota unemployment policies, Rollingstone school, historic downtown building update

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Stories mentioned in this episode:

  • Day in History: ​1946: Respects paid to George A. Hormel of Austin​

  • ​'I'm tired of fighting bureaucracy': Minnesota seniors hit with arcane unemployment policy​

  • ​Rollingstone community plans to bring back its school in the form of a charter option​

  • ​Concept for historic downtown bank building sees limited support​

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Tuesday, June 8, 2021: Alexander the Great, liquor license fees, filming in Minnesota

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Stories mentioned in this episode:

  • Day in History: ​1921: Mail clerks trained with Colt 45 revolvers​

  • ​The charmed life of 'Alexander the Great'​

  • ​Rochester bars and restaurants can skip liquor license fees, for now​

  • ​Rochester filmmakers argue for film industry tax incentives​

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Get a daily scoop of top news and sports stories in and around Rochester, Minnesota.

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Andrew Link has been the Online Editor at the Post Bulletin since July 2019. He first joined the PB as a photographer in 2015.