Business Briefs: Week of March 15
Wheeler honored by bus company
Chuck Wheeler has been honored by Minnesota Central School Bus Co. as one of the company’s top drivers. The honor comes through parent company North America Central/Illinois Central School Bus’ new incentive program to increase safety and attendance among staff members. The company’s safety and attendance incentive program is open to drivers, mechanics and monitors nationwide, at all 54 of the company’s locations. To qualify, a staff member must be free of preventable accidents and workers’ compensation claims and have perfect attendance for a given month. Qualifying staff will have their name put in a drawing at the end of the month and the winner at each location will receive a flat-screen TV. There were 39 employees from the Princeton location eligible for the drawing. Wheeler, driver of bus 2108 (Snake Bus) was the TV winner in Princeton.
North Memorial Ambulance honored
North Memorial Ambulance, which provides service to more than 50 communities in Minnesota and western Wisconsin, has once again received accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS). North Memorial Ambulance is the only Minnesota-based ambulance service to successfully complete the voluntary review process which includes the completion of a comprehensive application and on-site review by national experts in emergency medical services (EMS).
Cynthia Miller opens law office
The law office of Cynthia J. Miller has opened in Princeton at 209 North Rum River Drive, Suite 4.
Cynthia J. Miller-Puent practices in the areas of family law. Her family law practice includes divorce, custody, paternity, child support and adoption as well as child protection matters with extensive experience in cases involving the Indian Child Welfare Act. A 1999 graduate of William Mitchell College of Law, Miller has a Bachelor of Science in Business Management.
Her office can be reached by telephone at 763-389-8040 or by e-mail at email@example.com. Her website is www.cjmillerlaw.com
Osborn Law Office opens in Princeton
Attorney Sharon Osborn is now serving clients at a new office in Princeton. The Osborn Law Office has located at 209 North Rum River Drive, Suite 3.
Osborn is a criminal defense and personal injury attorney with an office in Minneapolis in addition to Princeton. The Osborn Law Office defends clients charged with a variety of felony and misdemeanor crimes, including DWI and DUI, fraud, identity theft, weapons crimes, violent crimes, sex crimes, theft and burglary, drug crimes and juvenile crimes.
Osborn can be reached by telephone at 763- 389-8881 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Her website can be found at www.sosbornlaw.com.
Patients wanted for heart attack study
The CentraCare Heart & Vascular Center is seeking patients to participate in a clinical research study investigating the use of a drug and its ability to reduce risk of future heart attacks and other cardiovascular events such as stroke.
Men or women who have had a myocardial infarction at least 30 days ago may qualify to participate in the research study. Qualified participants will receive all study-related care and medication at no cost. Participants may continue their current medications throughout the study. For additional eligibility requirements and information, contact research coordinator Jen Humbert at 320-251-2700, Ext. 57560, or e-mail her at email@example.com.
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