STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Speed limit increase hits a speed bump
Sen. LeRoy Stumpf offered a confession to the Senate Transportation Committee.
The Plummer Democrat said he sometimes speeds while traveling his northwest Minnesota district.
I bring this bill to ... Posted on 2/14/12 at 10:50 PM
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Like many women, I am quite directionally challenged. I don’t have a good sense of direction.
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Lego Land, at the Mall of America, is a popular destination for many elementary and middle school students, but a spot to pick up supplies?
One of Math and Science Academy’s FIRST Lego League teams, the Surfing Elements, took a field trip to the play zone to pick out everything they needed to build their robot.
The word “robot” often brings with it some distinct connotations and images, whether it’s picturing the giant robots from “Transformers” or Bender from “Futurama.” But for Woodbury High School students, robots represent a chance to invent and innovate.
Some computer types might have the stereotype of sitting in their rooms and never seeing the light of day, but nothing could be further from the truth for the guys over at Data Doctors Computer Services.
Data Doctors owner Paul Schmitz and his band of computer problem-solvers can oftentimes be found out in the community volunteering and doing what they do best — fixing computers.
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