THIS WOMAN WRITES Dropping the Name of Jesus
Has this ever happened to you?
You're at some religious function (I don't do these any more, but the memories are strong), and as part of an ice-breaking game, you're asked, "What three books would y... Posted on 5/22/13 at 2:41 PM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Bellaire Bridge to be sold for scrap metal on eBay?
With all the stories of thieves taking apart metal bridges for the price of metal, which includes stealing and dismantling a 50-foot long bridge in Pennsylvania, driving off with another short span ... Posted on 4/19/13 at 1:02 AM
REEL QUICKIES Hope Springs
Hope Springs might seem like a typical romantic comedy, even though it has some atypical, older-than-average stars.
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STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Fever: Variations on a Theme
So, in all the Peggy Lee-related hubbub around her hometown of Jamestown, N.D., I learned that she actually wrote two verses of "Fever," which she never received any royalties from.
I love that song,... Posted on 5/26/12 at 11:00 AM
The Thanks for Caring program gives volunteers discounts and special promotions for their work in the community, said Deb Lee, project coordinator.
Each volunteer who works at least 12 hours a month and turns in his or her time sheet receives a monthly punch card to use at more than 50 different businesses in the Jamestown, said Melissa Goodrich, assistant project coordinator.
A judge is recommending that a Fargo doctor’s medical license be revoked.
Dr. Rodney Lee’s license was suspended last month by the state Board of Medical Examiners. The panel accused Lee of sloppy handling of addictive painkillers and overbilling the state’s Medicaid program.
Jamestown College has named Zach Lee assistant wrestling coach.
Lee, a native of Payson, Ariz., is a 2008 graduate of Western State College in Gunnison, Colo., where he was a four-time national qualifier and two-time All-American for the Division II Mountaineers. He earned a degree in business with a minor in coaching.
A Fargo doctor will agree to be permanently stripped of his North Dakota medical license for sloppy handling of addictive painkillers and overbilling the state’s Medicaid program, his attorney says.
Dr. Rodney Lee wrote prescriptions for narcotics for his patients in good faith and for medically justifiable reasons, Lee’s lawyer, John Goff, of Fargo, wrote in a letter to a state administrative law judge who is handling Lee’s case.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, August 09, 2008
A doctor accused of improperly handling narcotics says he sold his five clinics in North Dakota and Minnesota.
The state Board of Medical Examiners suspended Dr. Rodney Lee’s medical license last month for sloppy handling of narcotics, letting assistants fill out drug prescription forms for patients and accepting unused drugs from his patients and keeping them in an unlocked drawer.
Nurse practitioners at RapidCare clinics are seeking to continue practicing after the suspension of the clinics’ owner.
A hearing is scheduled next month for Dr. Rodney Lee, whose license was suspended by the North Dakota Board of Medical Examiners.
Investigators checked a drawer at the RapidCare clinic in Fargo last month after they were told a patient had been given a bottle of methadone without a prescription, court documents show.
The office manager at RapidCare told investigators Dr. Rodney Lee ordered her to give the drug to the patient, an affidavit supporting the search warrant says. The drawer was searched June 26.
About 20 patients of a doctor accused of improperly handling narcotics joined him at a news conference to show their support.
The state Board of Medical Examiners suspended Dr. Rodney Lee’s medical license last week for sloppy handling of narcotics, letting assistants fill out drug prescription forms for patients, and accepting unused drugs from his patients and keeping them in an unlocked drawer.
Lee runs Rapidcare Clinics in Fargo and Grand Forks, and in Moorhead and Detroit Lakes in Minnesota. He said he has about 600 patients dealing with pain and other doctors are afraid to prescribe narcotics for them because they fear discipline.
Aaron Motacek of Jamestown received the Julia Lee Larson Memorial Presidential Scholar Scholarship and the Sybil and Milton Kelly Memorial Presidential Scholar Scholarship from the University of North Dakota for the 2008-2009 academic year.
Joey Gebhardt and Kory Lee combined on a two-hitter as the KC Blue’s 11-12 year-old baseball team defeated Valley City on Thursday.
Gebhardt also had two hits in the game, including a double and three RBIs. Tom Bruns added two hits and Connor Neva a triple. Lee was credited with a save, his third.
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