FATHER KNOWS LAST Distorted Body Image
Runners have often been accused of having a distorted body image. We pack on five pounds, which isnt noticeable to anyone else, and because of it, we are more fatigued when we are completing a long r... Posted on 6/9/13 at 5:02 PM
HEALTHBEAT Every move you make, the patient is watching you
Patients have a way of hanging onto every nonverbal cue they notice, no matter how small.
Was the doctor frowning as he/she entered the exam room? Did the nurse at the hospital bedside seem harried w... Posted on 6/5/13 at 11:32 AM
THE NEW FORTY Apparently, the days of gym socks are over...
It doesn't take much to amuse me most days. Simple things amuse simple minds. Some of the things I find amusing I think would be generally amusing to most folks, but others may be amusing based on my ... Posted on 3/16/13 at 1:35 PM
STAFF BLOG SHESAYSTV Last Happy Body/Hot Life blog with a special guest
Chris Linnares is all about empowerment, courage, faith, love and change. She's spoken about those topics all over the world, in all of her blogs and has interviewed a lot of the most influential and ... Posted on 11/8/12 at 10:16 PM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Fit to Fight
I just got done watching an installment on a television morning show. The title of the piece was Unfit to Fight. It told how a high percentage of America's population does not fit into the mil... Posted on 3/11/12 at 5:59 AM
QUESTION: I accidentally backed my 2004 Buick LeSabre into a concrete curb on the passenger side. While driving home, I heard a loud "clunk-clunk-clunk" at every bump in the road. My local shop inspected the undercarriage, said the shocks were leaking and replaced them.
The body of a missing Williston, N.D., man was found northwest of Crosby, N.D., hours after he was turned away at the Canadian border. Williston police said Ellsworth Enget, 82, was found about 1 p.m. Friday about 100 feet from his parked car. He had been reported missing Thursday morning.
A South Dakota conservation officer killed a young mountain lion that had killed a deer in a residential yard near Belle Fourche. Bill Eastman with the Game, Fish and Parks Department said the lion also had an injured foot, making it more likely that the animal could pose problems around humans, livestock or pets.
A Hopkins, Minn., man accused of having a friend punch his pregnant girlfriend to kill the fetus has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole. Dameon Gatson, 25, was charged with first- and second-degree murder and first-degree assault. A jury found him guilty on all charges. Hennepin County prosecutors said Gatson was sentenced Thursday.
Two suspects were arrested Thursday for the murder of Jasmine Guevara, 16, Mitchell, S.D. Authorities identified the suspects as Alexander Salgado, 20, and a 15-year-old girl whose name is being withheld. Both originated from Fort Wayne, Ind., authorities said, but were living recently in Mitchell.
Seth Tupper and Melanie Brandert
, November 13, 2009
The Minnesota Department of Human Services outlined a plan Friday to maintain health insurance for more than 30,000 low-income adults whose coverage runs out March 1, by moving them from one state program into another. Commissioner Cal Ludeman said the agency will automatically transfer 28,000 people from the General Assistance Medical Care program into MinnesotaCare, a bigger subsidized plan for the working poor. Another 8,000 GAMC enrollees already are switching or dropping coverage.
Forum Communications/Associated Press
, November 07, 2009
Minnesota officials remind drivers to stay sober and plan for road construction this holiday weekend. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety said extra drunken-driving enforcement continues today in the worst 13 counties for DWI death and injury records.
A religious leader pleaded no contest today to charges that he stashed a rotting corpse for two months in a follower’s bathroom.
Alan Bushey was charged last year with hiding a corpse, causing mental harm to a child and theft. Investigators said the body of a 90-year-old member of his religious group was concealed at another group member’s home in a scheme to collect the dead woman’s Social Security checks.
Divers pulled the body of a Twin Cities woman from the partially frozen Mississippi River in Minneapolis. Hennepin County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Lisa Kiava says the woman's body was recovered about 8 p.m. Tuesday. She was located under ice in about 8 feet of water, about 125 feet from shore.
The body found in a burned pickup truck near Darwin on Nov. 23 is that of Alvin Karl Stone, 68, of rural Darwin. With the release of the name of the man, the Meeker County Sheriff’s office is closing the investigation into the fire, according to a news release from the agency.
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