STAFF BLOG CITY STREET BEAT Call me crazy, but I like it here
When youre my age, living in North Dakota is like a sinking ship people expect you to jump into a lifeboat and paddle to safety.
Whether they define safety as a big city across the country or just a... Posted on 12/2/13 at 4:36 PM
THE FLENSBURGER FILES Blogging behind the scenes....
From the Classroom:
When you receive this article, I will be soaking in another session of a seminar called "Mind the App," a class being offered for students and those interested in knowing how to... Posted on 4/22/13 at 4:32 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS He fixed the fun
One of Mom and Dad's Christmas presents to me in 1978 was a radio.
The radio had bands for am/fm, weather, aircraft and police
transmissions. It fired my imagination and received constant use up
until... Posted on 4/8/12 at 5:14 AM
PEACE GARDEN MAMA II writing wednesdays: stuff and stuff
If you didn't hear my brother-in-law play Silent Night on his I-phone during our family Christmas concert yet, you must visit yesterday's post first.
For those wishing to read my latest column about ... Posted on 12/28/11 at 12:00 AM
STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT How it would be if killed . . . . . . . . .
Ive been pitching. Oh no, not from the mound of a soft ball field, not a tent and not even a fit.
But, Ive been pitching.
Its finally spring when our thoughts turn to cleaning closets, drawers, cup... Posted on 5/5/11 at 10:14 AM
In last week’s story regarding the moth month activities organized by Dr. Carl Barrentine (“Much ado about mothing,” Page A1, July 24), the support and assistance provided by the Dakota Science Center’s longtime Executive Director, Dr. Laura Munski, went unmentioned.
When it comes to conference realignment, the announcement that the Kangaroos are moving from the Summit League to the WAC next season has people scratching their heads. On the outside, it seems WACked.
Marian Gaborik is the only superstar the Minnesota Wild
have ever had on its roster. Yet because of his constant injuries and his apparent lack of interest in playing for the organization, fans never were able to fully embrace Gaborik.
Every gold medal won by the U.S. in hockey — in the Olympic Games or the World Junior — has had at least one player, coach or father of a future gold medalist from UND connected to it. And this year, UND rookie Rocco Grimaldi is skating for the U.S., a good omen indeed.
Despite the uncertainty of what climate change may bring, as people in New Jersey and New York rebuild, they must plan for what is yet to come. It is really a question of deciding how much risk is acceptable and how much to invest to insure against unpredictable catastrophes.
Quality and success are two of the more difficult terms that confront fisheries and wildlife managers. In fact, many hunters and anglers probably would nod in agreement that defining quality and success is about as easy as explaining a “normal” weather pattern.
The UND men's hockey team finally discovered the offensive pressure its been searching for in recent weeks. The improved offensive effort just didn't produce a win. Colorado College didn't have the sustained pressure but it cashed in on its opportunities in a 5-3 victory over UND at World Arena.
In the early 1970s, Bridston invited Ron Absey, Jerry Knutson and myself to join him in Georgia to play the famed course, two weeks or so before the start of the Masters. Let’s be upfront about this. None of us were golfers in the class of Bridston. I might have been the worst of the four.
But a chance to play Augusta National? Put me in coach. I’m ready to play, today.
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