CHEF JEFF Polish Food Fest
I've been chatting recently with Sandy Schuster of Minto, N.D., about the upcoming 4th Annual Polish Food Fest (Saturday, March 28) in the town's new community center.
It sounds like a lot of fun. The... Posted on 3/20/09 at 6:54 AM
A trailer dragging an old, 300-gallon milk-holding container pulled onto Minto’s Main Street on Saturday afternoon to the sound of cheering and applause. Inside the tank: no less than 2,420 pounds of chili con carne.
Athletic awards have been commonplace for Philip Schanilec over the past several years.
All-district, all-state, region senior athlete of the year, Mr. Basketball — Schanilec garnered them all. At least two awards took him by surprise.
As a senior this spring at Midway High School, Schanilec was named senior player of the year in his region and was selected to the Class B all-state team in baseball.
A man already doing time for burglarizing Walsh County, N.D., farmsteads and stealing an ATM from a Minto, N.D., convenience store pleaded guilty Thursday to charges stemming from a series of thefts in Grand Forks in 2006 and 2007.
Almost a year after worried authorities went door to door warning residents to flee as water carved through a nearby dam, tiny Kathryn, N.D., is facing the possibility of having to evacuate again because of flooding.
Temporary levees were being built in Grafton, N.D., on Wednesday. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was working on the 4th Street and 5th Street entrances to Leistikow Park, as well as along the bank of the Park River west of town.
Road to Recovery: The American Cancer Society needs volunteer drivers for the Road to Recovery program. Volunteers help patients by providing rides to and from cancer treatment at Altru Cancer Center or the Cancer Center of North Dakota in Grand Forks. Call (701) 433-7587.
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