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Recently I received two Liebster awards, which means I get to answer a bunch of random questions.
The first set comes from Kate at My Next Life. Here are her questions.
1. If ... Posted on 5/19/13 at 1:00 AM
JUNKFEST Someone's Knocking at My Door
Look at what was waiting for me when I got home today.
As messy as the birds can be...the softy in me wants to leave the nest up, wait, and watch.
What would you do?
... Posted on 5/17/13 at 12:35 PM
A Le Sueur County, Minn., sheriff’s deputy won’t be charged in the July shooting death of an unarmed man in Kasota, Minn., a grand jury decided.
The grand jury deliberated for about two hours Friday night after hearing testimony in the death of Tyler Heilman, 24, who was wearing only swimming trunks when Deputy Todd Waldron shot him twice in the chest during a July 20 arrest attempt.
It appears Minnesotans will go to the polls for the 2010 primary election in August, a month earlier than usual. A new federal law gives military and other overseas voters 45 days to deal with mail-in general election ballots, but a September primary election leaves too little time to prepare for the general election. Several Minnesota lawmakers plan to move a bill through the 2010 Legislature soon after it convenes Feb. 4.
Peace activists in Minnesota are speaking out against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Protesters were to gather Saturday at Hennepin and Lagoon Avenues in the Uptown neighborhood of Minneapolis and march to Loring Park in downtown Minneapolis for a rally.
A former nurse is accused of forging prescriptions to get painkillers.
Authorities said Jacqueline Binstock, 37, Bismarck, illegally got oxycodone, hydromorphone and hydrocodone while working as a registered nurse from January 2007 to August last year. She was indicted by a federal grand jury in late September. Binstock made her first court appearance Thursday. She was released pending a Dec. 22 trial.
When former missileers at the long-abandoned Stanley R. Mickelsen Safeguard Complex return to Nekoma next July for a reunion, the concrete pyramid on the prairie likely will be abuzz again — with hope for a new life.
Cardiologist group: Too many people get them already; doctors need to rethink who does, doesn't A two-in-one heart device to fix irregular beats and contraction patterns cut patients' chances of developing heart failure by 41 percent, new research says.
Dr. Gwen Wagstrom Halaas has been named associate dean for academic and faculty affairs at UND’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Halaas is a graduate of Concordia College in Moorhead and Harvard Medical School.
Herald Staff and Wire Reports
, August 16, 2009
Jeff Schueller has a tool belt and a smile on his face. And every day after work, he has been helping with the Habitat for Humanity and Thrivent Financial for Lutherans project on the northwest edge of Grand Forks.
He is among the more than 130 volunteers who have helped get the duplex built this summer. Now, it is nearing completion and two families will have new homes sometime in September — homes that otherwise would be beyond their means.
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