RURAL REFLECTIONS Pembina Trail Ride
A great dusty cloud of man and machine arrived one day. These were
untamed, gray men unhindered by the conventions of the rules of the
road or of soap and washcloth. These were the riders of t... Posted on 8/4/12 at 5:23 AM
ASTRO BOB Watch the little bear stand on his tail tonight
The crescent moon was the first thing to catch sky watchers' attention last night in the western twilight sky. What a beautiful thing. It lingered from sunset until after nightfall. I last saw it on... Posted on 6/5/11 at 2:40 PM
Polaris Industries in Roseau, Minn., has added 400 employees since April. And the manufacturer of recreational vehicles isn’t done hiring yet.
“We’re up to about 1,500 employees now in Roseau, and we’ll probably be hiring another 50 to 75 people before the end of the year,” said Marlys Knutson, company spokeswoman.
The Middle Snake Tamarac Rivers Watershed District is purchasing land for its fourth impoundment project in the last 10 years.
The Brand/Angus Coulee flood control project will be located between Crookston and Warren.
Herald Staff and Wire Reports
, February 12, 2010
When the U.S. House voted for a version of a bill extending the so-called "cash for clunkers" program, Rep. Collin Peterson of Minnesota's Seventh District voted against it. He says a few northwest Minnesota manufacturers could use similar help but aren't getting any.
Thirteen months ago, Patrick Case was laid off from his job as a used car lot manager in Florida.
“The housing boom was going south, which affected the car business, which cost me my job,” he said. “Ultimately, I had to sell my house and the whole nine yards.”
He returned to his North Dakota roots, specifically to Northwood where his father lived. Family was one reason for relocating. Job security was another.
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