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MORNING Midwest Digest, October 19, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about National School Lunch Week, kangaroo meat, farm accidents and what to do if you win the big lottery jackpot.

It's National School Lunch Week. The lunch program operates as a part of the USDA budget. It's labeled as farm spending.

Parents in a small town in the Nebraska panhandle are upset because the cooks served kangaroo meat in chili.

Many farmers who had been out of the fields got back in now that's it's dried up. But that also meant an increase in farm accidents. There were two in one day in Brown County, Minn.

If you win the lottery, keep your mouth shut, says a lawyer. 

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