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On a national and local level, great conversations are happening on how educational institutions should be preparing students for post secondary success. Recently, the Minnesota Board of Education approved the statutory requirement of World’s Best Workforce. The statute requires school districts t...Read More
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The Republicans in the election talked about the need for better roads and bridges. They talked about the need to do better on education, especially the disparity question. Their constant tirade is “no deficits.” But once they are in power in the state House of Representatives, what is their fir...Read More
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An article in the Dec. 18, 2014, issue of the Wall Street Journal describes the growing trend of invitees failing to RSVP to invitations to formal events such as banquets, parties and weddings. At one event 96 invitees who failed to RSVP showed up at an event and most sat in the hallway and some wer...Read More
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The Anoka County Historical Society held the annual presentation of a Christmas tree ornament in early December. Since the 1990s, the Historical Society has worked with the cities and townships in the county to have a unique ornament given from that community to hang on the tree in the Anoka County ...Read More
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Years ago the famous economist John Kenneth Galbraith, said to me that “The only thing new in the stock market is unlearned history.” In response I said that, “Additionally, all sins are forgiven in a bull market and no sins are forgiven in a bear market.” All of this talk came out of the di...Read More
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Breast feeding in a public setting should not be off-putting. It is a natural occurrence instinctive to a baby. A woman should not feel socially rejected because her baby is hungry. We’ve become so used to seeing breasts being used for advertisement, attraction and personal satisfaction that we fo...Read More
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