When Natalie Rodriguez arrived in the U.S. from Peru, her mother promised her safety and clean water. She aimed for more.
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The settlement marks the ends of nearly three years of litigation between former patients, two doctors and the university.
"All of his paintings have such warmth and emotion in them," said close friend Nick Thurwanger.
Rites of Spring marked the traditional dates of the film fest, delayed by the pandemic to early May.
He can still list the names of his friends in the 25th Division of the Infantry and knows he is one of the few remaining.
The vaccinations were postponed a week due to weather-related shipping delays.
Warmer weather begins to melt what remains of the Arctic front that froze into an ice jam across parts of the river.
The drive was organized by local nonprofits, and the turnout for food and essentials was big at Parkade Center.