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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, June 13, 2019

Max Armstrong talks about USDA relocated hundreds of employees to Kansas City and Gabi Grunewald. (audio)

They canceled a pre-trial hearing in Ohio for man who police say impersonated missing child, Timmothy Pitzen. Brian Michael Rini, 23, has been held without bond since his arrest. Rini has entered not guilty plea.

USDA plans to move 100s of employees to Kansas City. The employees earn salaries from $80,000 to $100,000. The relatively low cost of living has been cited as reason. Only KC is in the central time zone. It will be interesting to see if Democrats try to block the move.

Town of Perham, Minn, population 3,000, has lost its most famous native, Gabriele Grunewald. Grunewald, a middle distance runner, lost her battle with cancer.


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