HEALTHBEAT 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
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
DISTRICT 22A STATE REPRESENTATIVE JOE SCHOMACKER Business, Labor Both Support Re-Electing Rep. Schomacker
Business, Labor Support Re-Electing Rep. Schomacker
Schomacker's Work Together Approach Earns Him Uncommon Pair of Endorsements
Luverne Two, oftentimes competing political interests, business and la... Posted on 9/25/12 at 12:46 PM
NEW PLATEAUS Eat the Rich
Are you mad at rich people? Do you respect them? The class warfare debate is as alive as ever, and an article in the New York Timesstirred the coals with this piece. It says that France's new Socialis... Posted on 8/8/12 at 12:20 PM
Worthington woman vanished a year ago while job hunting with a family acquaintance in Iowa
WORTHINGTON — One year ago, Lucia Chilel-Perez was at home with her family, but on June 26, 2011, she got in a car with a family acquaintance to go job hunting in Iowa. She still hasn’t come home.
WORTHINGTON — Though born and raised in Puerto Rico, Ruperto Lazzu chose to spend nearly all of his adult life in southwest Minnesota, where the work is plenty, the weather is colder and the people are friendly.
The weather may be better in Puerto Rico, but as Lazzu said, the job market was not the best when he was in school.
Dayton presents proposal to fund public works projects
ST. PAUL — Gov. Mark Dayton and Democratic legislative leaders said cutting a business’s taxes for hiring people and passing a large public works bill would create thousands of Minnesota jobs.
‘Markedly improved’ finances reported two days before Pipestone announcement
PIPESTONE — The Suzlon Group reported Saturday a strong orderbook of $5.4 billion and an improving performance. Two days later, Suzlon Rotor Co. in Pipestone announced scaled-back operations that would eliminate 110 positions, effective Dec. 29.
FARGO - Ahh, children. One minute they’re running around the house, making messes and screaming at the tops of their lungs. Then they grow into teenagers – and still – they run around making messes and screaming at the tops of their lungs.
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