RED RIVER ORTHODOX: ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND NORTH DAKOTA When States Force A Particular Secular Perspective
Recently, in a comment, Andrew raised the choices before Roman Catholic adoption agencies when states have mandated that all adoption agencies must be willing to adopt children to homosexual couples. ... Posted on 6/21/12 at 1:36 PM
GOD TRACKS Doing the twist
The twists and turns of life can be painful and mysterious, especially when we dont see them coming. I didnt see a major twist coming, and either did a 47-year-old pastor who went from being an ultra-... Posted on 6/14/12 at 6:50 PM
STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT My observation from the back seat
It was an honor for me to help John Reitmeier, of Crookston, find his biological family. You may have read the story in the April 28 edition of the Grand Forks Herald.
Being with John and his sister,... Posted on 5/2/12 at 2:31 PM
THE NEW FORTY Thoroughly loving Millie...
Even when I am on vacation I keep up with the news at home. Of course I have been watching the weather in the Fargo -Moorhead area to see if the weather at home has become more pleasing in my absence ... Posted on 3/12/12 at 8:45 PM
NEW PLATEAUS Children From All Over the World
The restaurant I work at recently hosted an annual get-together for an area adoption agency. What followed was an evening that really affected me...
Now typically my first thought when I hear adoptio... Posted on 12/1/11 at 2:35 PM
Newborn abandoned at GF fire hall last winter adopted by local couple. “We want to protect her privacy as much as possible. She’s our daughter now, and I don’t want what happened a year ago to be her identity," the mother said. “I would love to say many things about her. We love her, and she’s doing great. … It’s a perfect ending.”
Two courtrooms were packed Saturday morning as onlookers waited for hearings to start at the Northeast Central District Court in downtown Grand Forks. But Lawrence Jahnke, the judge presiding over one of the courtrooms, admitted these weren’t typical cases.
The speed limit on U.S. Highway 83 has been lowered near Minot Air Force Base in an effort to improve safety and traffic flow. The drop from 70 to 55 mph applies to a two-mile stretch of the highway between the base’s two gates. Base spokeswoman Laurie Arellano said base leadership supports the speed reduction.
It’s grooming time for some of the dogs confiscated from a north Minneapolis home last month. More than a dozen of the Shih Tzus were to be cleaned and groomed Sunday at Minneapolis Animal Care and Control to get them ready for adoption today.
A judge has rejected singer Madonna's request to adopt a second child from Malawi because of a requirement that prospective parents live in the southern African nation for at least 18 months, another judge and a lawyer said today.
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