STAFF BLOG NIE ROCKS! CURRENT EVENTS ACTIVITY
Here is a current events activity you can do using the newspaper. The activity is from "Your Newspaper,Your Town Hall" Provided by NCPF, NIE for National Newspaper Week, 2005.Written and compiled by S... Posted on 8/12/09 at 5:30 PM
Higher education is a big business in North Dakota, and just like any business that runs well in multiple locations, there needs to be a strong working relationship, honesty and trust in the dialogue between the State Board of Higher Education “corporate office” in Bismarck and the 11 institutions around our great state.
"I have been waiting patiently for someone to suggest ways that our government can meet its obligations and reduce deficits while causing the least amount of pain. I have yet to hear solutions from either side that seem both fair and effective."
"Bob did whatever it took to keep the plants running. And he was not alone: Other American Crystal employees have accomplished tasks that took incredible courage and perseverance to complete. The loyalty and determination of these union workers has played a crucial role in the success of the company."
“The Herald’s Dec. 2 story on U.S. Rep.-elect Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., leaves me wondering if every person who voted for him really knew what was in the whole package (‘“God put it there for us,”’ Page C2).”
What would Ralph Engelstad do? The board that manages the building Ralph built should ask themselves that question. The answer is, Ralph would be circulating the petitions inside as well as outside the building. They are dishonoring him and should be fired.
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