The Breckenridge fans might have been nervous, but the basketball team had its composure when the boys took the Williams Arena floor on the University of Minnesota campus for the town’s first state tournament appearance in nearly four decades a few weeks ago.
Music in TV shows and movies can really make a difference. How scary would some of the horror films be without it?
We’re all just One Degree from someone with cancer. Each of us has a relative, friend or co-worker who has battled the disease. Many of us have fought cancer ourselves or given care to a loved one with the disease.
The state of Minnesota has made crystal clear that they believe it’s illegal for the Diversion Authority to continue construction on the Oxbow ring dike before their environmental impact study is complete.
As the tobacco coordinator for Partnership 4 Health, I applaud the new TV ad airing locally that highlights Big Tobacco’s continued targeting of children. You may have seen this ad featuring an ice cream truck driving through a child-filled neighborhood drawing lots of pint-sized customers to its menu of “31 flavors.” Only it turns out a tobacco executive is behind the wheel and the flavors disguise deadly products.
Throughout the year the Chamber recognizes people for their “Outstanding Customer Service” in our communities. The Outstanding Customer Service award nominations come from Chamber members and the public. Our nomination form is available at the Chamber, or on the Chamber website. If you have any question please call the Chamber at 701-642-8744.
With spring in the air you may be anxious to set your summer plans. Perhaps you are frequenting the lake country or visiting relatives out of state.
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