THIS WOMAN WRITES Fried Dandelions
From Start Your Week with Steve, the weekly e-mail newsletter of Steve Henderson Fine Art
"Today my 18-year-old son wanted to make fried dandelions for lunch, a suggestion that initially didn't meet ... Posted on 4/15/13 at 6:22 PM
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NORTH DAKOTA Blue Cross Blue Shield to hold job fair for PRACS workers
By Ryan Schuster
Like other Fargo-Moorhead employers, we were saddened to hear the news last week that PRACS Institute has closed its Fargo location, leaving more than 350 employees without jobs.
We... Posted on 3/25/13 at 1:26 PM
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
STAFF BLOG SHOOTIN' THE WIT Still on the Radar
I havent posted for a while. Im sure everyone has noticed, missed it, and is likely a little broken up about it.
Well, so am I. Turns out, things really change when you make a change. I swapped jobs ... Posted on 3/22/12 at 8:28 AM
The city of Grafton, N.D., began a search Tuesday for a new city administrator.
The position has been vacant since December, when Mylo Einarson resigned to accept a job as president and CEO of Nodak Electric Cooperative in Grand Forks.
By Kevin Bonham , Forum Communications Co.
, February 15, 2012
Workers Memorial Day is held each year on April 28 to mourn workers killed and injured on the job. It is also the day that we rededicate ourselves to the fight to make our workplaces safer. We still have a long way to go.
Every year, nearly 6,000 people are killed at work. Fifty thousand workers die annually from occupational diseases and millions more are injured. The push for increased production, an influx of new workers as older, more experienced workers retire, reduced staffing levels, growing use of subcontracting and outsourcing, mandatory overtime and changes in technology and work processes all pose a threat to workers’ safety and health.
St. Cloud (Minn.) State University conducted fall 2009 commencement ceremonies at Halenbeck Hall for more than 770 undergraduates. More than 210 students earned their graduate degrees in commencement and hooding ceremonies held at Ritsche Auditorium, as well. Both ceremonies took place on Dec. 20.
Among the graduates was Rebecca A. Job, Jamestown, who received a Bachelor of Science in accounting and a Bachelor of Science in finance.
Americans are ending 2009 feeling better about the economy than when the year began, buoyed by optimism that job prospects will improve in the first half of 2010.
Consumer expectations for the job market reached their highest level in two years, but most people remain downbeat about their current prospects, according to a monthly survey released Tuesday. The survey also showed fewer people plan to buy automobiles and homes in the next six months compared with November.
By Anne D’Innocenzio, The Associated Press
, December 30, 2009
I would like our city leaders to look at a different method instead of taking sales tax revenue to fund infrastructure repairs.
Jamestown and Stutsman County need as much money to support economic development as possible. Taking money away from economic development will put Jamestown at a great disadvantage to draw businesses and people to town.
Job Service North Dakota is seeking businesses and young people, ages 14-24, to participate in a statewide summer youth employment program, May 1-Sept. 30, as part of the federal economic stimulus plan.
Job Service North Dakota has issued eligibility requirements for Disaster Unemployment Assistance for the presidential-declared disaster FEMA-1829-DR for individuals in counties including Barnes, Dickey, Foster, Griggs, Kidder, LaMoure, Logan, McIntosh, Ransom, Richland, Sargent, Steele and Stutsman as a result of the severe storms and flooding in North Dakota, beginning, March 13.
Agri-Cover, Inc., James-town, an-nounced the addition of Britta Dahl to its marketing department. As graphic designer, she will oversee the creation of print and online advertisements and literature for ACI.
Dahl has a degree in draphic design from South Dakota State University in Brookings, S.D., and brings more than a year of experience to her new position with ACI. She is originally from Fargo and will be based out of the Jamestown factory.
A Job and Internship Fair is planned from noon to 3 p.m. March 24 at the Nafus Student Center, Level 2, on the campus of Jamestown College. This fair is sponsored by the Jamestown College Career Center and is held in conjunction with the Backpack to Briefcase Student Conference.
Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. staff have distributed 140 resumes to relevant local businesses and will now be tracking results. The resumes covered backgrounds from health care to manufacturing.
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