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Garrison Keillor suffers minor stroke
Prairie Home Companion writer and broadcaster Garrison Keillor has suffered a minor stroke.
He was admitted to Saint Marys Hospital, a Mayo Clinic facility in Minneapolis on Sunday, according to Karl Oestreich, a Mayo Clinic spokesman.
“He is up and moving around, speaking sensibly, working at a laptop, and it’s expected he’ll be released on Friday,” Oestreich said in a statement. “He plans to resume a normal schedule next week.”
Keillor, a much-loved humorist who wrote Lake Wobegon Days and Life Among the Lutherans, started his career by poking gentle fun at his fellow countrymen at Minnesota Public Radio.
He was scheduled to open a new season of his radio program Prairie Home Companion on Sept. 26.
The 35th anniversary of the show was celebrated this July in Avon, Minn., the town which inspired the fictional Lake Wobegon.