5,577 cases, 17 more than reported yesterday, for Morrison County as of 11 a.m., Oct. 22, 2021, according to the Minnesota Department of Healt…
Morrison County recorded two deaths from COVID-19 last week, after going nearly a month without one.
The now month-long surge in COVID-19 infections among Morrison County residents reached a new high again last week.
The COVID-19 positivity rate for Morrison County residents has more than doubled in the past two weeks.
To support schools in creating COVID-19 testing programs for students and staff, the state of Minnesota has extended the deadline for public a…
Morrison County Public Health reported cases of COVID-19 are rising among young people.
Morrison County reported its first death from COVID-19 in three months, Thursday.
The number of COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations leveled off once again, between Sept. 3 - 9.
Sen. Paul Gazelka is officially in the race for Governor of Minnesota in 2022.
As the number of COVID-19 infections continued to rise in Morrison County last week, the amount of hospitalizations also slowly ticked up.
Concerns about rules surrounding COVID-19 were once again front and center at the Pierz School Board meeting, Wednesday.
The number of new COVID-19 cases doubled locally during the week of Aug. 20 - 26.
Morrison County did not report a hospitalization from COVID-19 for the second consecutive week between Aug. 13 - 19. That also marked seven st…
Morrison County moved into a new category of community spread regarding COVID-19 during the past week, according to the Centers for Disease Co…
The number of active cases of COVID-19 in Morrison County doubled for the second consecutive week, July 23 - 29.
Morrison County saw an uptick in newly reported cases of COVID-19, last week.
The Fourth of July holiday week brought more of the same for Morrison County when it comes to COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic made a noticeable impact on some long-term care programs available in Morrison County throughout 2020 and during the ear…
Mere hours after wrapping up the 2021 Minnesota Legislative Session in the wee hours of the morning, Thursday, area legislators were in Little…
COVID-19 numbers remained consistent with recent weeks between June 25 - July 1.
Morrison County, for the first time in several months, has no facilities — school or congregate living — with known cases of COVID-19.
After more than a year, families rejoice in spending time together
Morrison County averaged less than one new case of COVID-19 per day during the week of June 11-17.
Vaccination efforts continue in Morrison County as COVID-19 stats dropped yet again during the week of June 4 - 10.
Morrison County Social Services had a smaller caseload in Children’s Mental Health last year, but the level of service needed went up.
COVID-19 numbers locally have dropped to levels not seen since August 2020, and they are falling to 14-month lows in the state and nationwide.
Morrison County reported only 13 new cases of COVID-19 between May 21 - 27.
Morrison County’s COVID-19 numbers continued to plummet this week.