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Past articles by Jeff:

Needed: more Black organ donors

This is a complicated issue, where historical mistrust between Black patients and the medical treatment and research industries plays a big role. → Read More

Our View: Who will care for the state’s caregivers?

Low wages, stress and fatigue are to blame for an inability to keep staff rosters full at care facilities and assisted living facilities. → Read More

Our View: Welcome back, Friday night lights

Doesn't it feel good to cheer again? → Read More

'We want to make sure that we protect children'

Dr. Randall Flick, of Mayo Clinic Children's Center, describes the current situation with COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases affecting children. → Read More

'I sat next to a couple ... and they got up and left'

Even church was not a sanctuary free from unwelcoming attitudes on race. → Read More

'We wanted to also engage with people of color'

A series of videos produced this year by the History Center of Olmsted County features interviews with some of Rochester's Black pioneers, individuals who brought their families to the Med City in the 1960s and '70s. → Read More

Editorial: Texas says: We don't need South Dakota troops on our border

Donor's contribution makes security a privilege and not a right. → Read More

Why doesn't Rochester have more Black-owned business startups?

Pandemic aid fueled startups in other parts of the country. A Rochester-based business consultant explained why we don't see more of them here. → Read More

'She said that my son was going to be a juvenile delinquent'

Joyce Gibbs recalls an encounter with her son's kindergarten teacher in the fall of 1963. → Read More

33 years later, this teenager’s crime still shocks Rochester

"It's a case with no easy answers," said Terry Walters, David Brom's trial attorney. → Read More

Rochester Lions cancel charity Christmas tree sale over COVID-19 concerns

This would have been the 33rd straight year of the Rochester Morning Pride Lions Club Christmas trees sale. → Read More

Remember when? 2009: 2 killed in bus crash on I-90 near Austin

Returning from an Iowa casino, the bus swerved across the highway median and rolled over in the ditch. Twenty-one were injured. → Read More

Here's a 'zoom' meeting you shouldn't miss

The 'Zizo' technique, or 'Zoom-in, zoom-out,' can help you navigate these troubling times more effectively. → Read More

Police to airport gawkers: Don't stop, move along

Rochester-area law enforcement officials have a word for those who would stop and clog roadways near Rochester International Airport today to gawk as President Trump arrives for a campaign stop. → Read More

Rochester. Dodge Center. Rochester.

How Trump's hot-potato rally found a home. → Read More

Build patience with a few simple exercises

There are dozens of things you can do in your thoughts to make dull moments more interesting. → Read More

Former Mayo doctor featured on 'Sunday Morning'

Sood's 'timely message' on impatience will be featured on weekly news program. → Read More

Tests for tribes -- one way Mayo makes amends with Native Americans

At the start of the pandemic, Native American leaders asked Mayo’s top medical and administrative officials for help with distributing tests and processing results across the state’s 11 reservation lands. → Read More

Council president candidates appear in 'R-Town' discussion

First airing of roundtable will be tonight at 7 p.m. → Read More

Coming up: Did the school board violate the state's open meeting law?

Thanks for checking us out this morning. Here's some of what we have coming up today at PostBulletin.com. → Read More