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Contemplation by Peggy Anderson
As parents we worry about our kidsor adult kids. We want them to be happy, find this place in this world before we pass on to another life. I think most parents struggle with these issues. Some of our...
2/24/12 at 8:50 AM On Education and Training 1/4/11 at 7:29 AM
Saving Teaching Jobs in Minnesota 9/17/10 at 12:17 PM
Social media use: the new risk factor?
Doctors already query patients about whether they drink, use tobacco or are up to date on their immunizations. Should they also be asking about the patient's use of the social media? The question was...
12/28/11 at 1:11 PM Paging Dr. Google 2/8/11 at 1:24 PM
A new paradigm for pre-meds? 8/6/10 at 6:33 AM
There’s no one to blame but yourself for missing class
Video games are the reason for students struggles in school as much as food is to blame for peoples weight issues. College often is a persons first taste of freedom (loads of free time) from parental ...
12/27/11 at 1:00 AM Bulldogs' winning ways prompt more fans to wear their pride 9/21/11 at 12:00 AM
God is recession-proof
Paying for my son and daughters college education seemed completely impossible four years ago, but it was still the desire of my heart. Yet there I was, quitting my part-time job in October 2007 becau...
11/15/11 at 9:30 AM Crisis in a closet 11/18/10 at 10:01 PM
Upcoming Financial Presentations
There are two upcoming presentations in the area to learn about finances. Many of these things we may already know, but it is useful to hear them again. On Saturday, Sept. 24 Edward Jones Investment...
9/20/11 at 5:26 PM
Working Man's Phd
I've never understood higher education. My high school teachers always told me I should go to college and get a degree. A degree? I wanted a life and a job that I enjoyed. I wanted to either b...
9/10/11 at 6:05 AM A more educated life 10/22/10 at 2:46 PM
What If Grocery Stores Were Run Like K-12 Schools
What ifgrocery storeswere run like K-12 schools? The government would assign you to a local grocery store. Groceries would be "free." You'd pay for them through your taxes. You wouldn't have as many o...
8/4/11 at 8:56 AM But What About The Social? 7/24/11 at 6:48 PM
Statement of Letter of Intent to Homeschool 7/23/11 at 8:52 AM
Come on over! We've got Kegs!
I'm a self-proclaimed foodie. Some people might call me a fatty. Either way, I enjoy food, and I'm not ashamed. When I had cable, my TV was onFood Networkat least 80% of the time because I find it int...
7/25/11 at 10:10 PM Revelations while on hold with the cable company 7/6/11 at 4:41 PM
A 'fashionista' for funky fashion
Twenty-two-year-old Tessany Becker, originally from Greenbush, Minn., is not the average handbag shopper. To date, she is the collector or shall we say fashionista of over 75 handbags. "I think the mo...
4/26/11 at 4:30 PM
Fargo Marathon + Mobile, Part 2: When Running Met Social
So have youinstalled your favorite running app yet? If so, then you are ready for the next great way that you can incorporate mobile into running. It is time to bring your social world and your runnin...
4/26/11 at 8:06 AM New Love: Podcasts 4/14/11 at 8:13 AM
Senior Computer Education
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4/19/11 at 5:11 PM Scary Times Are Ahead of Us in Education and Health 4/5/11 at 4:38 PM
mama mondays: the powerful effects of oxytocin (and why parents should care)
C.Commons: urban-science.blogspot.com/2008_09_01_archive About halfway through my 12 years of breastfeeding, I became aware of the powerful effects of oxytocin, a hormone largely connecte...
6/13/10 at 6:23 PM faith fridays: catholic schools week (one kindergartener coming right up!) 2/4/10 at 6:08 PM
Last week, I completed the last of three beginning cooking classes for men as part of an East Grand Forks Community Education program. There were nine students in my class, and we had a lot ...
3/2/10 at 2:54 AM