The Strib’s Jeremy Olson examines what might happen next in the nursing strike now in its third day.
After Tuesday’s news that MyPillow guy Mike Lindell had been seized by the FBI at Mankato Hardees, many people were shocked to discover that Hardees still exists. Hardee’s turned the event into public relations with a tweet today:
You now know who we are, you need to try our pillowy biscuits.
— Hardee’s (@Hardees September 14, 2022
The Strib’s Zoe Jackson reports that a federal panel on maternal mortality is meeting on tribal land at Mystic Lake. One Indigenous doctor shared the story of a friend who died in her third trimester. A Native state health director suggested that improving maternal health systems could benefit Native people, just as building requirements to accommodate wheelchairs can help parents pushing strollers.
According to the Associated Press, a woman entered a bar with a raccoon in the Black Mountain Hills of (North) Dakota. Health officials issued a warning to anyone who came into contact with the animal following the incident.
Bring Me the News’ Christine Schuster reports on the demolition of the former Hotel Astoria in downtown Duluth.
Racket’s Jay Boller has a piece on Blake Proehl, “whose dad Ricky won two Super Bowls during his 17-year NFL career, has never been shy about the athletic gifts that make that possible, including his scorching 4.47-second 40-yard dash and soaring 36-inch vertical jump … Proehl’s other talent–singing–remained hidden until late 2021, months after the undrafted wide receiver signed with the Minnesota Vikings.”
Politifact disproves some outrageous conspiracy theories about Queen Elizabeth’s passing. This is not Charles, but Prince.