REAL OILFIELD WIVES Your Guide to Monthly Subscription Boxes
It's not a secret that I love to shop. I especially love shopping when I don't need to leave my house! Monthly subscription boxes... they're everywhere these days. Beauty products, crafts, beer, toys.... Posted on 3/16/13 at 4:06 PM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Life in “Standby” Mode?
It is the second half of the school year, and I am traveling quite a bit around the state of Minnesota. As the dean of students for an online school, my primary role is to deal with attendance issues.... Posted on 3/1/13 at 7:35 AM
SENSE AND CENTSIBILITY Ring in the New Year with a Financial Check Up
At the time of writing this post, we are all poised to careen over the fiscal cliff. The White House and Congress are entrenched in their positions and it is we, the taxpayers, who stand to lose in th... Posted on 12/31/12 at 9:21 AM
STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Property Taxes: Whose Money Is in the Bucket?
I've had a few questions about several stories I've written about property taxes, and I would like to share with you my bucket analogy, which simplifies some of the complex things that determine a per... Posted on 4/5/12 at 2:52 PM
HEALTHBEAT Online doctor reviews: not ready for prime time yet
It sounds like a useful idea: online ratings that help consumers sort through their choice of doctors and pick the one who's the best match.
In real life, though, the concept doesn't seem to have flo... Posted on 3/13/12 at 3:48 PM
As federal regulators take their first tentative steps toward policing the wild west of medical information online, pharmaceutical companies are pressing their case to market drugs via Google, Twitter and other Web sites.
My hometown newspaper died the other day. Oh, it won’t admit it. Like a chicken that’s been decapitated it’s still running around in circles, but it’s all over but the plucking. The paper in question is the Ann Arbor News which last month announced it was discontinuing its printed versions on all but two days a week, Thursdays and Sundays. The rest of the time it would exist exclusively online.
Valley City State University President Steve Shirley says the school has rebuilt most of its online network after moving to higher ground to escape flooding, and is preparing to start online classes next week.
Shirley said it’s a chance to show how the school of about 1,000 students, known as a “laptop” university, is making the most of technology.
North Dakotans are getting addicted to prescription pain killers at increasingly alarming rates, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem told a legislative panel Monday, and the drugs they’re taking are often obtained over the Internet.
By Janell Cole , N.D. Capitol Bureau
, February 10, 2009
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