VILLAGE FAMILY SERVICE CENTER Lesson I've learned from NCIS on building high-performing teams
Sometimes, on those frustrating days, it can feel that the world would be a lot easier if it were just you at work. But the truth is, you just cant be as good alone as you can be without help from oth... Posted on 3/7/14 at 1:19 PM
STAFF BLOG UND HOCKEY Western Michigan making early trip
Western Michigan is on spring break this week, so the Broncos have some unique travel plans for the trip to Grand Forks.
Western Michigan drove from Kalamazoo to Chicago on Tuesday night. Today, they... Posted on 3/5/14 at 3:15 AM
EVERYTHING ELSE A few night photographs...
A few night photographs taken in the past few months. I hope you like them.
... Posted on 2/24/14 at 11:37 PM
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NORTH DAKOTA How to avoid health reform scams
These days North Dakotans should keep an eye out for health reform scams to protect themselves from fraud.
If you are contacted by someone you don't know about purchasing health insurance and asked t... Posted on 2/24/14 at 5:56 PM
NOT ALONE MOM It's Good To Be Back . . . What's New for Not aLone Mom
I'm baaack!! After a long absence from writing it would seem I fell of the face of the planet! But my absence can be explained in one word school. Yes I have gone back to school full time through the... Posted on 7/19/13 at 2:25 PM
DICKINSON, N.D. – Mark Amann has had his contractor’s license for 25 years.
So when he didn’t get his renewal when he thought he would, and with a bid coming up, Amann put a call in to the Secretary of State’s Office.
Katherine Lymn, Forum News Service
, March 09, 2014
A new program here is aiming to prevent the most common, yet difficult to pinpoint, form of physical abuse inflicted on babies and children.
The challenge in getting the message out, however, is determining to whom it should be targeted.
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – One might say construction seems to be at its “peak” at Detroit Mountain these days.
After a long, cold, harsh winter that slowed progress a bit, workers are busy on the large lodge that has been erected on the mountain.
Paula Quam, Forum News Service
, March 09, 2014
Sakakawea is the most memorialized woman in American history. Yet, we know very little about her after her 18th birthday.
In fact, the year of her reported death varies by more than 70 years. The most attributed date placed her death in 1812, but there are many who steadfastly state that she lived to the ripe old age of 100, dying in 1884.
Leap day. It’s what we call Feb. 29; the day added onto February every fourth year to keep the seasons from slowly drifting through time due to Earth taking slightly longer than 365 days to revolve around the sun.
FARGO - An incident where a student was pulled unconscious from the Fargo South High School pool during a physical education class last month has area school districts re-evaluating their pool supervision standards.
DALLAS – On a night where franchise icon Mike Modano saw his trademark No. 9 raised to the rafters at American Airlines Center, the Dallas Stars badly wanted a win over the Minnesota Wild as a way to honor their incomparable former star.
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