THIS WOMAN WRITES Fried Dandelions
From Start Your Week with Steve, the weekly e-mail newsletter of Steve Henderson Fine Art
"Today my 18-year-old son wanted to make fried dandelions for lunch, a suggestion that initially didn't meet ... Posted on 4/15/13 at 6:22 PM
60 DAYS TO BETTER LIVING The ethics of medical job shadowing: Who benefits?
The patient was about to undergo surgery when the surgeon came into the hospital room with "a clan of about six 'student doctors'."
It was uncomfortable and embarrassing:
As the young students craned... Posted on 3/13/13 at 10:57 AM
CUTE 'N' COMFY It's time to celebrate!
I have some wonderful news! This week I was offered a full-time job writing for the variety section Accent at Grand Fork Herald. It's the absolute perfect position for me, so, naturally, I accepted. I... Posted on 3/8/13 at 1:22 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Dayton backs new Iron Ore Alliance
By Danielle Killey
Employees and officials at U.S. Steel want to keep their industry strong and hope the new Iron Ore Alliance is one way to do that.
We need policies that will help the industry gro... Posted on 2/21/13 at 9:47 AM
Ten new Duluth police officers, including four who have served in the military in Iraq, will be sworn in and have their badges pinned during ceremonies today at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center.
While the national forecast for holiday hiring is for the same level or slightly more than last year, that’s no reason to celebrate. Last year was the worst hiring season since 1989, according to federal Bureau of Labor Statistics data.
There was much ado Friday about the estimated 640,000 jobs created or saved by the federal stimulus package, but Rep. Jim Oberstar said the numbers in at least one sector are off by more than 50 percent.
Using his blend of corporate and academic experience, the new dean of the College of St. Scholastica’s School of Business and Technology discussed his goals to foster creativity and entrepreneurship in his 1,000 students and, most of all, find careers for them in the Northland.
Former Minnesota conservation Officer Brian Buria was fired from the Department of Natural Resources earlier this year for using a state computer for personal use, lying about taking a defensive driving course, using narcotics and refusing to take a drug and alcohol test.
Earth-moving equipment rumbled in the background Tuesday afternoon even as U.S. Rep. Jim Oberstar prepared to heft a golden shovelful of dirt at a ceremonial groundbreaking for Duluth International Airport’s new terminal building.
Unemployment has been on the rise in recent months. If you are among the thousands of people seeking work, it’s important not to give up hope. As you conduct your search, the Minnesota Society of CPAs advises there are many ways to improve your prospects and ensure that you present yourself as the best person for the job.
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