IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! A day for the girls at the Grand Forks Women's Show
Today's blog is written by local business woman and blogger, Michaela Schell.
Every so often, we ladies get a girls night out, but it is not very often we get an entire day out! Saturday, October 26t... Posted on 10/15/13 at 9:07 AM
THE DULLUM FILE
Here's a link to ourconversation with Marilyn Hagerty on WDAZ News @5.
http://www.wdaz.com/event/article/id/18960/... Posted on 8/13/13 at 5:57 AM
STAFF BLOG NIE ROCKS! Flag Day - June 14
In memory of the day in 1777 when the Continental Congress adopted the Stars and Stripes as the official flag of the United States, the president proclaims June 14 as Flag Day every year. Am... Posted on 6/10/13 at 1:15 PM
LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO Reflecting On My First Year In Culinary School
Check out Simple, Good and Tasty for the last post in myCulinary Chroniclesseries this year.
My final update is different than the previous ones because it's a list. Abest and worst of list,to be exa... Posted on 6/6/13 at 2:54 PM
Dear Shirley, Just as I had decided December is fairly mild in North Dakota, a big blast of snow moved in this week. When I got home late Tuesday from my Thanksgiving visit to Pittsburgh, the snow was blowing sideways straight from the north.
It was the shrimp scampi that caught my eye when dining with friends at Mamma Maria’s. When Susie Shaft (SS), who was sitting across the table from me, suggested splitting an order of shrimp scampi, I quickly agreed.
Early in December 25 years ago, the Herald carried a warning for anglers to beware of thin ice. Thin and dangerous ice still covered many lakes and rivers of North Dakota and Minnesota, said a story by Kevin Grinde of the Herald.
In my ongoing search for the best burger, I suggested meeting at the Boardwalk in East Grand Forks. I was joining author Jane Kurtz (JK) and Ann Porter (AP) for lunch. We were talking about the Ethiopia Reads project.
The income tax, regarded as the most power conferred on American government since the government’s foundation, started 100 years ago. The story in the Herald in 1913 said the tax was on the path to bring billions into the public treasury.
Fans of Marilyn Hagerty or “Sunday Morning” on CBS will have to wait a few weeks to see her on that show. Correspondent Bill Geist recently was in Grand Forks with a camera crew to follow Hagerty around town for a segment that was scheduled to air Sunday.
Nine dog houses were sold and Red River Valley Habitat for Humanity has more than $4,000 in proceeds from its auction. Things, in fact, went so well that there may be houses for cats in the next auction. That’s the word from Kyle Kosior, director of Habitat for Humanity here.
Dear Shirley, I’m not sure what time the CBS “Sunday Morning” show comes on your television in Tucson. Around here, it is 8 a.m. And this Sunday, they will be showing and talking about their visit to Grand Forks last week. Bill Geist was here asking questions.
Opera singers don’t sprout in concert halls. They come from nooks and corners of the continent. And the public is invited — in fact, encouraged — to come out to the Josephine Campbell Recital Hall Saturday. There, beginning at 11:30 a.m. in the UND Hughes Fine Arts Center, seven singers will be doing operatic arias.
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