I was reading an article a couple of week's ago about how Facebook is ruining class reunions. Last weekend I had a chance to put that theory to the test for myself. It was my classes 25th reunion (yes, if you do the math I graduated in 1987), and it was also my town's all-school reunion.
More and more law enforcement agencies are turning to social media sites to get their message out. However, none of the Sheriff's offices in the tri-county area have a Facebook page or Twitter account. And Sartell is the only police department in the metro area using Facebook.
More people are using online social media sites for business purposes than ever before, and the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota has advice for people on how to use them most effectively.
Investigators have located the woman who posted a suspicious Facebook message that prompted a lockdown at a central Minnesota school district Wednesday. Schools in Eden Valley-Watkins were locked down after the words "I see dead people" appeared next to a picture of the school.
A central Minnesota school district was under lockdown Wednesday after a possible threat was posted on Facebook. Eden Valley-Watkins Superintendent Larry Peterson says the high school principal saw the possible threat posted on the school's page sometime late Tuesday or early Wednesday.