STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT Back to school – briefly
In the 1960s, I loved Sam Cookes No. 1 hit, Wonderful World. I sang along every time he came on the radio:
Don't know much about history
Don't know much biology
Don't know much about a science book... Posted on 11/1/13 at 10:07 AM
SIOUX FOOTBALL INSIDER Week 7 Preview - Sacramento State Hornets
UND heads into Week 7 of the 2013 season with a 2-4 record and in desperate need of wins as they close out the last half of the season. Last week UND lost to Eastern Washington 35-14 at the Alerus Cen... Posted on 10/18/13 at 10:18 AM
THE DULLUM FILE The Red River Trio (My Favorite Boy Band)
The Red River Trio: Nariaki Sugirua (manager), Fernando Vargas, (unknown),Keith Teepen, Vinicius Sant'Ana.
The Red River Trio will be performing Sunday, October 27, at the North Dakota Museum of Art... Posted on 9/17/13 at 12:59 PM
NDAD INSIGHTS Remembering Ray Ganyo
NDAD remembers the late Ray Ganyo this week.
Ganyo, 52, a Grafton, N.D.,native and Grand Forks resident, died Saturday at his home.
Ganyo was paralyzed from the chest down in 1981 during a Texas c... Posted on 7/30/13 at 3:24 PM
The UND football team is already dealing with the program’s first go-around in the Big Sky Conference, feeling its way through an established league after a handful of years in the smaller Great West Conference.
Measure would propose constitutional amendment to secure nickname and logo People opposed to retirement of UND’s Fighting Sioux nickname and logo today presented petition forms and sponsor lists for a referendum and an initiated measure to the secretary of state.
I think it is clear to most that the UND Tobacco Free Policy is draconian and cruel, plus it constitutes an added health threat to those who endure standing outside to smoke in the harsh North Dakota climate.
I’d like to see Grand Forks publish the names of the rental property owners each time there is an infraction related to their property. My guess is that the rental infractions would drop dramatically if the rental property owners’ names were published in the Herald.
North Dakota is covered with American Indian logos, given that the logos appear on all state highway signs. The state needs to remove these offensive signs without delay, establish a committee to review all other areas in the state where such unsavory depictions are located and make recommendations on their elimination.
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