Remember when WCCO Radio featured a spoof on “Minnesota Hospital” and boasted Minnesota was “a good state to get sick in”?
Well, it turns out that by most measures, Minnesota is a good state to stay well in.
A teacher’s recent email note to me asking for information about cyberbullying triggered powerful, unhappy memories. Her inquiry led me into the fascinating world of “cyberbulling.” The more I learned, the more convinced I became that this definitely is something families should discuss with youngsters this summer, if they haven’t already.
This past week, as my wife Carolyn and I were on a nature hike near Golden Valley, it occurred to me that I hadn’t visited the Colonnade Building in Golden Valley this year to see if there were still Peregrine falcons there. After we finished our hike she agreed to go with me and see if we could see one.
Every year the Anoka Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution honors a Woman in American History. She may be living or dead; a DAR member or not, famous or, as is often the case, a woman who doesn’t make the headlines, but works quietly behind the scenes making a positive difference in the lives of others.
Among the many approaches to analyzing the outlook for the stock market are those most popular with “value analysts.” They typically involve a study of various corporate productivity measures such as dividends, earnings and book value. Included among “psychological market indicators” are three of the yardsticks most often used to determine if the market is overvalued, undervalued or fairly valued.
“What can I spray it with?” That question often pops up when gardeners first see a pest or disease problem. As Master Gardeners we promote the concept of integrated pest management, hoping you will not get to the point of asking that question. The basic concept is that prevention is better than cure, which can be illustrated in terms of your own health.