OFF THE RECORD Showing some local love
River Falls sure had a bad week last week. A fatal stabbing, a triple murder and it rained on their parade. I was thinking its time for Hudson to share some love with our neighbors. Paul Rode made a g... Posted on 7/16/12 at 11:31 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Beijing Means Business
Here's a picture book for your eyes and minds highlighting some illegal entrepreneurs, the business district of bustling Beijing and Walmart in China.
A common sight in Chinese cities are the... Posted on 7/14/12 at 9:03 AM
WISCONSIN VOICES Voices from the Rally Crowd (pt 2)
Capitol in Madison during the Walker kick off rally, November 19, 2011.
This is the 2nd of a 3 part series of interviews from that day. Read the first part of the series HERE.
I stood sile... Posted on 1/4/12 at 10:17 AM
HEALTHBEAT BY ANNE POLTA Towards a healthier U.S.
The Healthy People 2020 priority list was announced last week, and guess what? It's a thoughtful and comprehensive list that encompasses a wide range of issues that help contribute to - or detract f... Posted on 12/6/10 at 4:59 PM
Dr. Bonnie Rohr, family physician, has joined HealthPartners Clinic in Roberts. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School, and is a board-certified family practice physician with many years of experience, most recently in Osceola.
With the guidance and expertise from Rob Schultz, St. Croix Animal Friends is preparing to launch a capital campaign to finance the building of a Humane Society Adoption and Education Shelter in Roberts.
At Peace Therapeutic Massage might help you regain balance in your life. Jennifer Nordin is a licensed massage therapist, a clinical aroma therapy practitioner and is craniosacral therapy certified. With this skill and knowledge set, Nordin has a lot to offer her clients.
Setter’s Liquor is the new name for the store tucked in between Maurice’s and Hudson Optical in the shopping center on Ward Avenue. Morrissette purchased the former Northland Liquors store from SGG Corp.
Shannon O’Brien nearly died as the result of injuries sustained in a January 2012 crash. With 15 to 17 broken bones and several surgeries, a special goal kept her going as she had to learn how to walk, read and count again.
“I’m normally a very optimistic person. But right now I’m still a pessimist,” Edward Lotterman said, “because the possible things that could go wrong really outnumber -- and are bigger in size or possible impact -- than the things that could go right.”
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