THE NUTRITION FORUM Food Safety in a Power Outage
Well, Worthington, this has been quite the spring/winter storm! With the abundant power outages, food safety can be of real concern. Fortunately, with the rolling blackouts we are having, the power sh... Posted on 4/11/13 at 11:06 AM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES A Documentary on Bridges
A few days ago, German Public TV Channel ZDF, one of two stations based in Berlin, released a documentary on bridges in general for children. Loewenzahn (which is German for Dandelion), with its sta... Posted on 3/13/13 at 7:20 AM
HEALTHBEAT The facts about drowning
Maybe it's the early start to the warm season this year, or the hot summer that's driving everyone to seek relief at lakes and swimming pools. Whatever the reason, Minnesota is seeing a dismaying spik... Posted on 7/18/12 at 12:56 PM
NEW PLATEAUS Justice, Revenge, and the tragedy of Robert Champion
Another Floridians untimely death.
But this article isnt about the tragedy. Its about the response to it. And in regards to this one word comes to mind: revenge.
On the USA Today website, the sto... Posted on 5/4/12 at 10:44 AM
South Dakota has an odd attitude when it comes to betterment through government. Residents of this state have an individual spirit, evidently, and that spirit seems to resist most anything that government does to protect us from ourselves.
Mitchell (S.D.) Daily Republic
, March 08, 2013
For some, D.A.R.E may be an unfamiliar program that not everyone has had the opportunity to be exposed to. For those of you who are familiar, let’s take a trip down memory lane. For those of you who are not, I’d like to introduce you.
$215,000 cost would be covered by reserves
WORTHINGTON — After several years of discussion and numerous requests from emergency responders, Nobles County Commissioners on Tuesday voted to fund rural signage for individual E911 addresses, if there is a consensus among the 20 townships to support the project.
Friday arrived with amusement or laughter about the Mayan Prophecy, warning of an end of some kind. On a serious note, America’s preparedness for emergencies — from salmonella-tainted food outbreaks to weather disasters to bioterrorism — is declining.
WORTHINGTON — “Visitors, please check in at the office,” reads a sign posted in several languages at the main doors of most District 518 educational buildings. With last week’s tragic event in Newtown, Conn., painfully fresh in administrators’ minds, however, it isn’t the welcome guests the schools are worried about.
WORTHINGTON — Worthington Director of Public Safety Mike Cumiskey and Nobles County Sheriff Kent Wilkening are organizing the 51st annual Child Safety and Crime Prevention Program geared toward students ages 5-18 in the public and Christian schools.
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County commissioners granted authorization Tuesday for its public works department to pursue additional measures to improve safety at the intersection of County State Aid Highway 35 and Nobles County 13 north of Rushmore.
WORTHINGTON — Worthington Public Utilities (WPU) is one of three Missouri River members to recently earn American Public Power Association (APPA) awards for outstanding safety practices over the past three-year period.
Bioscience speaker touts new products to reduce foodborne pathogens
WORTHINGTON — Each year, foodborne diseases kill approximately 2.2 million people around the world, and most of them are children. It’s an issue that impacts every country, with an average of 3,000 deaths recorded in the United States alone.
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