Monthly Archives: March 2014

Has Social Media Killed Creativity?

McCann Melbourne ECD and D&AD Awards Judge John Mescall, it seems, is not a fan of social media and its effect on advertising creativity. Continue reading

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Firefighter house calls help after Methodist Hospital stay

A test project will check up on patients who were just discharged from Methodist Hospital to help prevent their quick readmittance. Continue reading

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Selling a Cluttered Home Filled With Junk

When I think of selling a cluttered home, a client’s home that I sold several years ago comes to mind.

Her home was so cluttered and filled with junk, it was unbelievable. Many people seem to know if they have packrat tendencies and live with stuff p… Continue reading

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6 Units Damaged in Minnetonka Apartment Fire

According to the Minnetonka Fire Department, fire crews responded to a report of a grease fire at the Cedar Ridge Apartments on Cedar Lake Road at 6:50 p.m. Sunday. Continue reading

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Got health insurance? March 31 deadline to sign up is here

That’s the choice facing most Minnesotans who lack coverage and need to sign up for insurance by midnight Monday to comply with the federal Affordable Care Act. Continue reading

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Minneapolis stands alone in opposing Southwest light-rail plans

Minneapolis is growing increasingly isolated in the fight over the future of the Southwest Corridor as the light-rail project approaches a crucial showdown. Continue reading

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8 of 77 Minnesota orchestra board members resign8 of 77 Minnesota…

Henson’s stormy tenure included a labor dispute and 16-month lockout. He’ll leave in August as part of a negotiated package approved by a divided board March 20, three weeks after board members voted 40-8 to support him. Continue reading

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Watershed districts to hold forum on Minnesota’s shallow lakes

Local watershed districts are holding a special event next week on Minnesota’s shallow lakes, which make up about a third of the state’s more than 11,000 lakes. Continue reading

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Online room-sharing sites create boarders without borders

McClatchy-Tribune A growing number of homeowners are renting out rooms in their homes, much like B&Bs, to visitors from all around the world using online vehicles. Continue reading

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Aimee Sletta

A Funeral Service will be at 11:00 a.m. Monday at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in New Ulm with Pastor John Gabrielson officiating. Continue reading

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