BEST FRIENDS ND Sacrificing Sleep For Late-Night Studying
High School Daze: The Perils Of Sacrificing Sleep For Late-Night Studying
It may not be the best strategy to stay up late and cram. A new study finds that when teens don't get the... Posted on 9/4/12 at 9:34 AM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! I Went to Jail (But They Let Me Out)
I know I've been unusually quiet lately.
Part of it is because I haven't been out and about as much as I usually am (and thus have less to say), and part of it is because I'm working on a very large ... Posted on 9/2/12 at 8:23 PM
RED RIVER ORTHODOX: ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND NORTH DAKOTA Reading the Bible
It is common to hear Christians (Protestants, really) note "sola scripture," or "scripture alone," when discussing religious authority. Of course, no one actually does that. Sure, sit down a Jehovah's... Posted on 4/26/12 at 1:41 PM
THE WEST WING Work Session 2-14-2012
The packet and agenda for Tuesday evening's work session can be found on theCity Council web page.
Mark Froemke, local leader of the Bakery, Confectionary, Tobacco, and Grain Millers (... Posted on 2/14/12 at 8:00 AM
ON MY MIND Breaking Free with Beth Moore
On January 29,the Womens Ministry atSpirit of Life Bible Churchin Woodbury started an 11-week Bible study based on Beth Moores popular Bible study Breaking Free: The Journey, The Stories.
Last Satur... Posted on 4/20/11 at 11:57 PM
A preliminary study from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources indicates the state is meeting its goal of no-net-loss of wetlands, but there are ongoing concerns about the quantity and quality of wetlands in the state.
In a review of existing evidence on the health value of fixes to housing, researchers say that improving buildings to enhance "thermal comfort" - with central heating or insulation, for instance - pays off in both physical and mental wellbeing.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota told Iron Range workers on Friday to protect themselves from taconite dust, despite a new study that was unable to prove that exposure to the dust causes the rare cancer mesothelioma.
Elizabeth Dunbar, Dan Kraker and Stephanie Hemphill
, April 12, 2013
Mule deer in the Little Missouri Badlands recently were equipped with radio collars to enable biologists to track their movements and mortality.
The research is one of several studies under way in western North Dakota to determine the effects on wildlife species from unprecedented oil and gas drilling and production.
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