With the COVID-19 pandemic showing few signs of abating soon, it’s important to shift one’s thinking from “these are the things we have to do” to “this is the way we do things now — and we can work with that.”
As a mom, I remember sitting in the eighth-grade parents’ “Introduction to High School” presentation in our district. As Wisconsin’s former lieutenant governor, I remember the part about higher education options students could choose at the end of high school: university or traditional college, technical college or apprenticeship.
Mauritz A. “Mort” Mortenson, a second-generation patriarch of one of Minnesota’s most successful and recognizable construction companies, is being remembered by friends and family as a humble and compassionate leader.