HEALTHBEAT Tobacco use: still a problem
It's safe to say that over the past few decades, billions of dollars have been spent in the United States on reducing tobacco use.
It has had an impact. The number of adults who smoke has declined st... Posted on 11/15/12 at 2:30 PM
ALL ABOUT FOOD Cucumbers and Yogurt are Saucy and Versatile
While in Minneapolis last weekend, after a light Sunday breakfast at Sunstreet Breads, (Heavy Table recently had a nice write-up about Sun Street with photos) my husband and I stopped at the nearby Ki... Posted on 6/19/11 at 9:27 AM
THE FLENSBURG FILES Thanks for telling us how to drive, (....)!
It is a site that none of us wanted to see after 2008, the year of the economic collapse. At about this time last year, we were dealing with $4 a gallon gas in a time span between Easter and Labor Day... Posted on 4/21/11 at 5:36 PM
291 residents responded to District 518’s FLY survey
WORTHINGTON — Over the course of two public meetings on Monday, about a dozen parents and community members heard District 518 Superintendent John Landgaard report on the first two years of the Flexible Learning Year (FLY) calendar.
WORTHINGTON — School and city officials, coaches, parents, students and various community members exchanged ideas for the future of Worthington’s athletic facilities during an open house Thursday evening at the Worthington High School cafeteria.
ST. PAUL — A 64-year-old man who confessed to sexually molesting 29 youths is scheduled to become the first person to leave a state hospi-tal sex offender treatment program, prompting the Minnesota House Monday to vote 127-1 to change state law so the public is notified near the halfway house where he is going.
WORTHINGTON – District 22B Rep. Rod Hamilton and District 22A Rep. Joe Schomacker will be in Worthington Thursday for “Reform 2.0,” a public session to gather insights, building upon the last state legislative session.
Staffing numbers presented for health department
WORTHINGTON — After several questions went unanswered a week ago at the Nobles-Rock Community Health Services meeting, new public health supervisor Janet Howard and deputy human services director Stacie Golombiecki provided a progress update to Nobles County commissioners Tuesday morning about the future of public health programming.
WORTHINGTON — As Nobles-Rock Community Health Services moves toward dissolving at the end of this year, Nobles County has hired Janet Howard to fill a newly created Public Health Supervisor position. She began her duties Aug. 10.
WORTHINGTON — While those mid-morning and late-day snacks from your employee break room vending machines may look appealing, those candy bars and bags of chips are poor options if you’re trying to lead a healthy lifestyle.
Big machinery, high-value crops lead some to plow up public rights-of-way
WORTHINGTON — Take a drive in the country these days and you may notice a changing landscape — one in which some farmers are inching their implements beyond what used to be fence rows and plowing up portions of public rights of way.
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