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Kaplan fire chief discusses daughter’s rare disorder and upcoming event to help 

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SUMMARY: Five-year-old Kate Faulk has been diagnosed with a rare disorder called Alpha-Mannosidosis, with doctors stating that the chance of having this disorder is one in a million. She received a successful bone marrow transplant recently, but her family is still waiting to see how her future will unfold. Kate's parents have expressed their fear of the unknown and the obstacles they face. Despite her young age, Kate has shown remarkable strength throughout this process. She has also formed a friendship with another child who shares the same rare diagnosis. The community of Kaplan, Minnesota, will hold an event to raise awareness and funds for Kate's medical and travel expenses.

Kaplan fire chief discusses daughter's rare disorder and upcoming event to help 

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Cowboys pitch their way to first win – American Press

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www.americanpress.com – Jim Gazzolo – 2024-02-23 21:22:17

SUMMARY: The McNeese State Cowboys secured their first season win, defeating New Mexico State 2-1 at Joe Miller Ballpark. Zach Voss and Cameron LeJeune, combining pitching efforts, limited the Aggies to five hits and collectively struck out 12 batters. Voss recovered from an earlier loss with a career-high seven strikeouts over 5⅔ innings, while LeJeune earned his first Cowboy win, closing the game with 3⅓ innings and five strikeouts. Key hits from Chase Keeton and Connor Westenburg contributed to the victory. The series against New Mexico State continues, with Ty Abraham starting the next game for McNeese against Aggie Josh Sharman.

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Trump’s lawyers call for dismissal of classified documents case, citing presidential immunity | KTVE

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www.myarklamiss.com – AP – 2024-02-23 18:46:03

SUMMARY: Former President Donald Trump has asked a Florida judge to dismiss the criminal case against him, arguing that presidential immunity protects him from prosecution. Trump's lawyers claim that his alleged designation of the classified documents as “personal” records under the Presidential Records Act is an “official act” made while he was still in the White House. Trump is facing four criminal cases and denies any wrongdoing, presenting himself as a victim of a politically motivated justice system. The federal appeals court recently rejected Trump's claim of absolute immunity for actions within his official job duties.

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UPDATE: Two killed in military helicopter crash – American Press

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www.americanpress.com Staff – 2024-02-23 18:27:18

SUMMARY: A military helicopter crash on Friday near Boonville, Mississippi, claimed the lives of two National Guard soldiers. The AH-64 Apache was on a routine training flight when it went down in a wooded area. Prentiss County Sheriff Randy Tolar and the Mississippi National Guard State Aviation Office confirmed the incident, which occurred at approximately 2 p.m. Officials, including Lt. Col. Deidre D. Smith, are prioritizing support for the families and expressed gratitude to first responders. An ongoing investigation prevents the disclosure of further details regarding the crash.

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