Archive for February, 2015

Minnesota faces teacher shortage, but how best to fix it?

Minnesota faces a growing shortage of teachers in key specialties, and educators and policymakers are divided over how to attract and retain qualified teachers.

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Businesses pushing forward in wake of fallen Bakken oil price

Brian Cebull isn’t thrilled with the low price of oil, but he’s confident his Bakken-dependent business will survive and grow.

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Wheeling's $32.4 Million Budget in Transition

By IAN HICKS Staff Writer WHEELING - "Transition" may be the best word to describe Wheeling's budget, but City Manager Robert Herron is confident the changes will mean a stronger city moving forward.

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Supreme Court’s health care law ruling worries 34 states

WASHINGTON — Officials in several Republican states that balked at participating in President Obama’s health care initiative are revisiting the issue amid mounting panic over …

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SeaWorld plans to launch brand-repairing campaign

ORLANDO, Fla. — SeaWorld Entertainment, still experiencing declining theme-park attendance amid controversy over killer whales, will soon debut a brand-repairing campaign and is holding off on ticket price increases. Orlando-based SeaWorld told analysts its plans Thursday as it released a fourth-quarter earnings report showing a bigger profit loss and lower revenue than the previous year …

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Before you quit your job, read this

Whether you're terminated, downsized or leave on your own accord, there are many ways to ensure a graceful exit and to employ proper protocol when leaving your present position.

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