Garrison Keillor, host of NPR’s A Prairie Home Companion is recovering following what doctors are calling a “minor stroke” over the weekend. A spokesperson at the Mayo Clinic in Keillor’s home state of Minnesota says “he plans to resume a normal schedule next week.”
According to CNN and other published reports, Keillor, 67, was admitted to the hospital Sunday night.
From the CNYRadio.com Archives, Keillor underwent heart valve surgery back in 2001.
A Prairie Home Companion airs locally on the WRVO Stations, on Saturdays at 6pm and Sundays at noon.