HEALTHBEAT Change fatigue in health care
The patient was at the hospital for a straightforward same-day surgery but the admission process fell far short of efficient. She was directed hither and yon - first to the registration desk, then to ... Posted on 5/9/13 at 3:39 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Dayton expects contract to go down
Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton said he expects Republican legislators to reject a state worker contract his administration negotiated.
The political grandstanding from the top row of the bleaches will a... Posted on 8/18/12 at 4:22 AM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Take Pride in America's Bridges
Each country has a bridge or a set of bridges which one can associate with on an international scale. France is famous for its bridges along the Rhone and Seine as well as the Millau Viaduct. Italy ... Posted on 7/3/12 at 6:54 PM
REPRINT 1985: Communists on Parade
In Soviet Russia, the holidays celebrate you, or maybe that's what this 1985 Pea Pod about International Workers Day refers to...... Posted on 5/10/10 at 1:00 PM
WORTHINGTON — A melting pot, a mosaic and a pizza were some of the adjectives used to describe America during the Culturally Responsive Youth Work Matters training Tuesday morning at the Nobles County Integration Collaborative.
RUSHMORE — A man’s voice echoed across a hand-held radio Tuesday morning, notifying a group of enXco workers that a technician was in cardiac arrest and unresponsive at the top of Tower 42 after sustaining an electrical shock inside the wind turbine.
WINDOM — Stemming from an investigation that began in August 2010, two former Cottonwood County employees, who have since retired, are now being charged with felony-level failure to pay over state funds and gross misdemeanor-level public employee misconduct.
Minnesota unions, governor support Wisconsin workers
ST. PAUL — A thousand Minnesota union workers, some still wearing their hard hats, rallied in the state Capitol after work Tuesday to show support for their Wisconsin brethren who are fighting a Republican governor and legislators working to remove most public employee bargaining rights.
“We are all in this fight together,” Stillwater teacher Josiah Hill said. “Today, we are all Badgers.”
Volunteers (from left) Joyce Klosterbuer, Gary Hietbrink, Al Brueggeman, Bob Paplow, Merle Klosterbuer, Don Kuiper and Larry Rogers load up a semi trailer with boxes for Operation Christmas Child Monday afternoon at the American Reformed Church in Worthington.
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