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GRAND FORKS — Altru Health System here is instituting a new, random drug testing policy for all employees, company officials said Tuesday.
The new policy, which takes effect Sept. 1, will cover all Altru staff, including doctors, office staff and support personnel, the company said in a news release.
Forum Communications Co. report
, August 18, 2010
Daily alcohol breath tests for chronic drunken drivers may be available statewide by summer, and some judges have begun imposing the requirement in domestic violence cases, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said Wednesday.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, March 25, 2010
An aviation manufacturer that is in line to get $500,000 from Minot’s economic development fund has been given more time to test its product.
Heliplane of Minneapolis will have until Feb. 28 to complete a successful flight test on a new cargo trailer it plans to make in Minot.
Microsoft Corp. is giving a select group of technology-savvy testers an early peek at its Office 2010 software, but it’s keeping a key development — free Web-based versions of programs such as Word and Excel — under wraps a little while longer.
So far, Siouxland Urology Center of Dakota Dunes has given blood tests to about 70 percent of 5,200 people who might have been exposed to disease by a procedure the clinic used.
A clinic spokeswoman, Stacy Bettison, says the testing is part of the clinic’s effort to have a provisional operating license restored to full standing.
MeritCare Medical Center’s use of sedated live pigs in trauma training classes has drawn a complaint from a nonprofit group.
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is asking the federal Agriculture Department’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service to investigate.
Parents of Fargo middle school students can soon test their children for drugs.
Project 7th Grade, a Phoenix, Ariz.-based group, provides the kits to school systems, police and other organizations at no charge. The tests rely on urine samples.
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