FATHER KNOWS LAST Frozen Feat 2011
Runners train on all types of surfaces and in all kinds of weather. Races, however, are almost never held in the winter, in North Dakota, due to the extreme conditions and slippery footing. I say alm... Posted on 2/12/11 at 10:13 PM
A letter from Sen. Byron Dorgan seeking contributions for his 2010 re-election bid not only went to fellow Democrats — it also went to Gov. John Hoeven, a potential opponent, and other Republican state officials. Hoeven got a letter dated May 22 from Dorgan seeking financial support. Republican Lt. Gov. Jack Dalrymple and Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem got similar letters.
UPDATE 4:40 P.M. So, President Barack Obama thinks he bowls like a competitor in the Special Olympics? He’s obviously never met Kolan McConiughey, a mentally disabled man considered one of the nation’s top Special Olympics bowlers, with five perfect games to his credit. He’d like to go to the White House and show the president a thing or two about how to roll strikes.
These are other area benefits set for the coming weeks:
- Polar plunge: Pledges are being taken for Grand Forks’ first polar plunge set for 10 a.m. Saturday at Canad Inn. Registration runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. To pledge, call Special Olympics North Dakota at (701) 746-0331.
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