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Alexandria Public Schools Delivering Free Breakfast and Lunch Free To All Students

The Minnesota Department of Education is now allowing Alexandria Public Schools to offer and deliver breakfast and lunch meals FREE to ALL students, regardless of meal benefit status. Call the Food & Nutrition Services Office at 762-3315 if you have any questions. Here is the information from the district: Alexandria Food & Nutrition Services has FREE breakfast and lunch available …

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Free COVID-19 eVisit Screening Through Alomere Health

Alomere Health is currently offering free COVID-19 screening through its eClinic online virtual care. They say, “If you have symptoms associated with COVID-19 (fever, cough, difficulty breathing) please visit www.alomerehealth.com and click on our eClinic option. Once you get to the eClinic page, begin your virtual visit and through the process you will have the option of selecting a screening …

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Sam Hunt Gets New May 19 Court Date for DUI Case Thanks to Coronavirus

Sam Hunt’s found the silver lining in the coronavirus pandemic. According to Nash Country Daily, the singer’s latest court date in his DUI case has been postponed thanks to Tennessee’s new limitations on in-person court proceedings through the end of March. The hearing, which was supposed to take place in a Nashville courthouse on Tuesday, has now been rescheduled for …

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MN Ranks On States Most Aggressive Measures Against Coronavirus

Wallethub has crunched the data to find out which U.S. states are taking the most and least aggressive measures to fight the coronavirus. Based on such factors as tested cases per capita, state legislation on the pandemic, percentage of the population without insurance, and share of the workforce in the most affected industries, here are the 10 states that are doing …

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Alexandria Area COVID-19 Notices

We are trying to keep up with the number of businesses, events, and organizations that are making rapid plans during this COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. If you have any to add to the list, please call 320-762-2154. Email may be a better option, as our own KIK-FM offices may well be closing in the near future. Email addresses to send to: …

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