STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND N.D. senator confused with Tea Party Alaskan
BISMARCKJoe Miller wants people to know he isnt that Joe Miller.
The North Dakota Republican state senator said hes been getting requests for yard signs and press interviews since Sarah Palin endorse... Posted on 9/27/10 at 2:10 PM
CHEF JEFF Meatballs!
A friend of mine told me she and a group of her cronies are heading up to Park River, N.D., on Sunday (Sept. 27) for the 35th Annual Lutefisk and Meatball Dinner at the Park River Bible Camp. Also on ... Posted on 9/25/09 at 3:19 AM
Students from Adams, N.D., likely will be heading east for their future schooling.
Adams’ reorganization plan with Park River is still being formulated and the vote on the arrangement is likely six months away, but all signs point to the two Walsh County school districts becoming one beginning with the 2013-14 school year.
Nick Erickson is finding his comfort zone running the East Grand Forks Senior High offense.
The junior had a pair of firsts Friday — his first 100-yard passing and 100-yard rushing games. That sparked the Green Wave to a 32-8 football win against visiting Park Rapids.
While Sydney Larson was on her way to winning the second of her three consecutive 300 hurdles titles in the North Dakota Class B Region 2 high school track meet as a freshman, she was encouraged to try throwing the javelin.
Bismarck High freshman forward Brandon Giesler scored 2 minutes, 45 seconds into overtime to lift the Demons to a 3-2 win over Grafton-Park River on Friday in the consolation semifinals of the Herald Jason Stadstad Hockey Classic at Ralph Engelstad Arena.
A government expert said Sunday the flood situation across southern Manitoba is improving. Steve Topping, executive director for Manitoba Water Stewardship, said recent rain and snow hasn’t had a big impact on river levels.
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.
Grafton, N.D., officials here are applying this week for $31.5 million in federal funding for the proposed $42 million Park River Flood Control Project. If all goes as planned, the city will have a Park River diversion and tieback levee project completed by 2015.
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