Dayton Mayor Home

After being hospitalized overnight, Dayton Mayor Norman Anderson is at home and reportedly doing good, according to his wife, Jean.

Anderson was taken to the hospital after apparently suffering a mini-stroke at Wednesday's Chamber of Commerce luncheon. His wife said his entire side went numb, and he was unable to talk.

Rocky Mountain Ambulance was called, and Jean Anderson said the mayor apparently suffered a second mini-stroke in the ambulance. She said he's on medication and a monitor, and has been told to quit smoking.

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