GOOD PEOPLE, GOOD BUSINESS We Should All Approach our Work like Sarah Koenig
By Kathryn Berg
The Village Business Institute
"Serial," the wildly popular true-crime podcast, finished its 12-episode first season in mid-December. During the podcasts run and in the we... Posted on 1/16/15 at 4:18 PM
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – After an extensive nationwide search, the Board of Trustees of the South Dakota Association of Healthcare Organizations announced that Scott A. Duke of Billings, Mont., has been named the Association’s new President and Chief Executive Officer.
Fargo-based Noridian Healthcare Solutions has promoted Pam Gordon to vice president of the Provider Call Center and Becky Gunderson to director of Parts A and B Medical Review for Jurisdiction E and F.
How low can it go — and how long will it last? The 50 percent slump in oil prices raises both those questions and while nobody can confidently answer the first question (I will try to in a moment), the second is pretty easy.
WASHINGTON – A Minnesota power company official told the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Thursday that they had substantial railroad coal delivery problems this past year, and although stockpiles have recovered as of this month, they still have concerns.
FARGO, N.D. – A trio of frustrated seniors shivered outside North Dakota State University’s Memorial Union on Thursday, bearing signs that read, “NDSU, where are your priorities” and “Athletics: 1, Academics: 0.”
BISMARCK – The Dakota Resource Council is gathering petition signatures with hopes of convincing state lawmakers to order a performance audit of two state agencies over what the group claims is their failure to enforce laws and rules regarding oilfield practices.
ST. PAUL -- Environmental activists are calling on Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton to come to their aid once again, asking the governor to reach out to Washington and advocate for more strict adherence to federal oil pipeline regulations.
FARGO, N.D. – An organization of physicians that has repeatedly asked North Dakota State University and Sanford Medical Center to stop using live animals to study trauma is asking again, this time with military backup.
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