STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT How beautiful is this dwelling place
BINFORD, N.D. I had never been to Red Willow Bible Camp before. Now Im convinced Ill never forget being there. How lovely is this dwelling place just a few miles northwest of the quaint little town o... Posted on 8/26/11 at 11:35 PM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND North Dakota bighorn sheep auction
North Dakotas bighorn sheep license garnered the highest bid among states offering an auction license at the March 5 Midwest Chapter of the Wild Sheep Foundation annual meeting in Bloomington, Minn.
... Posted on 3/15/11 at 9:44 AM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Chair Donations for the Honor Flight!
The first round of chair donations is in--the totals people donated to the chairs in order to "vote" for them as their favorites.
Java Nau's 5 p.m. chair: $78
Mike Woll's Gopher chair:&... Posted on 6/12/10 at 11:58 AM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY The Auction Purchase
On Saturday at the sale, I had my list. It read like this..carving supplies, carving wood blanks, Foxfire books, old cook books, marbles, cedar chest, glassware, humpback trunk, Juicer, electric mixe... Posted on 5/19/09 at 5:03 AM
A racy black gown worn by Lady Diana Spencer on one of her first official engagements has been snapped up by a Chilean fashion museum for nearly 200,000 pounds (more than $275,000) — several times the original estimate.
The Nelson County Art Council’s Winter Art Auction, which already is taking bids online, is set to begin at 3 p.m. Sunday in Pekin, N.D., where 34 pieces of artwork will be sold to benefit the Stump Lake Fine Arts Youth Camp.
A Wisconsin man is accused of stabbing a Minnesota man on Christmas because he wanted “to see what it felt like.” Nicholas Leigh Tretter, 29, River Falls, Wis. was charged this week with second-degree assault. The Star Tribune said he was jailed in lieu of $50,000 bail.
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, January 01, 2010
A rare, 19th century hand-carved goose decoy that once plied Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna River before being sold in Argentina, and considered by some to be a floating sculpture, is going on the auction block. It could bring in as much as $400,000.
Even with the chilly weather, hundreds of people turned out Saturday morning for the Grand Forks Police Department’s abandoned property auction, and many of them were on the hunt for a good deal on a used car.
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