MONKE BUSINESS Ideas needed for "Where Are They Now?" columns
Beginning in April, I will be writing a monthly column series called, Where Are They Now?
The title should explain everything, but in case youre confused, here is what I have planned:
Where Are They... Posted on 3/29/11 at 8:29 PM
Siegle makes impact on world through women’s ministry, advocacy for people with disabilities.
Some may look at Judy Siegle and think her wheelchair is holding her back.
But Siegle, who was paralyzed at age 18 by a drunken driver, doesn’t view her chair that way.
Former MSUM football coach looks fondly at days in Moorhead
Damon Tomeo was driving home from work earlier this week after a long day of meetings with fellow members of the Colorado State University-Pueblo football staff. The subject was recruiting and specifically about offering potential players scholarship money.
Jeff Kolpack, firstname.lastname@example.org
, December 23, 2010
Alyssa Dahl likes to joke that Facebook is her job. She doesn’t work for the social media giant. The former Concordia women’s hockey and volleyball player spends the bulk of her time as a data and social media analyst for Fargo marketing firm Sundog.
It looks odd to see a girls basketball team coached by Jen Rademacher go through a season with one win. Then again, there’s more to the job then just wins and losses for the former North Dakota State standout.
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