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A country learns about itself in a crisis, and one revelation in the coronavirus emergency is that we can’t make our own penicillin. The first patient successfully treated with the antibiotic was a woman suffering from sepsis in a Connecticut hospital in 1942. Her treatment took up half the …

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Northlanders are doing their part to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and keep infection rates low. Those efforts led Clay County Public Health Center to end stay-at-home orders, allowing businesses and organizations to reopen. As we begin to move forward while assessing the pandemic's im…

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