What we're reading today: Gaylord machine headed to New Zealand, girl born with HIV may be cured, world's largest mall deserted
Here are some of the articles we're reading today:
A machine fabricated in Gaylord that is used to groom snow trails is being shipped to New Zealand for testing.
A two-year-old girl in Mississippi that was born with the HIV virus may have been “functionally cured.” She would be the second person in the world functionally cured of the HIV virus.
The world’s largest mall, the 2,350-store New South China Mall, has been declared a “dead mall.” It opened in 2005 with expectations of 100,000 customers a day, but has been practically deserted