Jessica Hultgren lost her husband to an opioid overdose in 2016 after he began taking prescribed painkillers to treat a head injury. A program that monitored drug prescriptions might have helped save her husband, she said, since he was getting drugs from different doctors who weren't communicating with one another.
The Rosemount Police Department recently decided to stop escorting funeral processions from church to cemetery, irking owners of a local funeral home chain and raising questions about how valuable — and necessary — the traditionally free service has become. Police Chief Mitchell Scott said it opened police to liability if something went wrong, and that the department can't always spare the two officers needed to guide the motorcade.
West St. Paul loosened its rules on where sex offenders can live Monday night, after struggling to strike a balance between residents’ concerns and possible legal repercussions of its highly restrictive policy. City officials approved the changes unanimously, but they expressed their reservations during the meeting. “I’m not thrilled about changing it,” Mayor Jenny Halverson said.
@rana_cash Oh, ok. PSEO is Post Secondary Education Options, where HS kids can take regular college classes 4 free while enrolled in HS. It's a great option if the student is smart & motivated; classes are usually at a local community college but sometimes elsewhere https://education.mn.gov/MDE/fam/dual/pseo/
@rana_cash Hmm. As someone who has worked w/adult ed programs, she shd know that many places (colleges, employers) look down on GEDs. Not fair, but true. She mite be 1 of those motivated ppl who can make it work but it's something to consider. Why not stay in HS and do PSEO, if she's in MN?
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