Previously we discussed how the changing economy and technology have contributed tothe rise of working from home. But many of those same changes have contributed to a shift in the use of office space. In an insecure economy with rising rental,heating, andbenefitcosts, businesses look to where they can save money, and one of those areas is space. This, more than the touted differences in Millenials work and interaction preferences, may be driving theworkplace trends in design.
For some time now the trend has been to get rid of cubicles and increase shared or open spaces, supposed to facilitate conversation and cooperation.
Itasca Curling Club host to national bonspiel Herald Review At the curling club they enjoyed keen curling competition while curling on very good ice, an asset that our club is noted for. The curlers exclaimed that they experienced Minnesota Nice wherever they went in Grand Rapids. We couldn't be more proud of ...
The Hill City boys basketball team held off Deer River, 80-70, for its third win of the season Friday in Deer River.
Its crunch time for the Itasca Holiday Program. The deadline for all toy donations is Friday, Dec. 13 at 12 p.m. at Second Harvest North Central Food Bank.
Its always fun to share good use of technology and social media by Minnesota businesses. Today CNBC posted info on Targets use of Pinterest
Targetjust launched a beta site,Target Awesome Shop, featuring the top-trending items on Pinterest that also have top reviews on Target.com.
A new study of Pinterest users by market research firm Lab42 finds that 54 percent spend more time on the site during the holidays and 94 percent say it has changed the way they make their holiday preparations.
It is not too late to get a flu shot, said Kelly Chandler, Itasca County Public Health Supervisor. National Influenza Vaccination Week serves to remind people that there is still time to protect th
They received their proposed property tax statements and they werent happy.
The Search Institute links research to practice with a focus on the whole child and the understanding that it is through developmental relationships that young people acquire developmental assets. These assets are reinforced in community where young peoples success is everyones top priority.
In 2013 the Student Success Core Team partnered with the Search Institute to identify indicators to measure progress toward success for all students in the Itasca area.