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In a time of so many tech... Posted on 9/30/13 at 3:24 PM
CONFESSIONS OF A (FORMER) FAT GIRL Week 6 - migraine, better eating, rest days and heat
This week was pretty uneventful...unless you count today when I got to watch - via the almighty internet - a friend and former co-worker cross the finish line at her very first Ironman competition in ... Posted on 8/25/13 at 9:39 PM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND 2013 early Canada goose season for North Dakota is set
North Dakotas early Canada goose season is set, and bag limits and licensing requirements have changed from last year.
The season will openAug. 15and continue throughSept. 15,... Posted on 7/30/13 at 8:27 AM
THE NEW FORTY Negligence per se...
My entire family was travelling in two cars on 416 South out of Ottawa on Saturday on our way back to New York. It was a few minutes before 12 PM when we passed a red truck carrying a queen matress, b... Posted on 7/15/13 at 10:59 PM
Part adventure, part business trip, part tradition. That’s what Black Friday in Grand Forks is about for six Winnipeg women and apparently many others who sacrifice sleep for bargains and the thrill of the hunt.
Residents here might have to look twice over the next six months if they think they witnessed a police shootout or a cop car with Minnesota plates and the name "Bemidji" painted on the side. It all comes with the territory as the upcoming TV miniseries “Fargo” completes filming in Calgary
Toronto city council voted to strip scandal-plagued Mayor Rob Ford of some of his powers on Friday but Ford, who admits he smoked crack cocaine while in office, promised to challenge the moves in court.
Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, under huge pressure to quit after he admitted smoking crack cocaine, said on Thursday he was getting help for a drinking problem, but offered no indication that he might step down.
Solarina Ho and Cameron French
, November 14, 2013
In Estevan, Saskatchewan, about 10 miles north of the Canada-U.S. border, something remarkable is happening. At Boundary Dam, a long-established coal-fired power station, SaskPower engineers are finishing a retrofit of a newly refurbished unit (Boundary Dam 3) with state-of-the-art carbon capture technology.
Two men who pleaded guilty to smuggling guns to Canada after being arrested in Grand Forks were sentenced last month to federal prison. But his stepmother said undercover Mounties posing as Hell’s Angels intimidated Shawn Hartnell for months to do a gun deal.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford on Sunday urged his police chief to release a video that media reports say show him smoking what appears to be crack cocaine and issued a broad apology for mistakes in his past, including public drunkenness.
A Canadian National Railway Co train carrying lumber and sulfur dioxide derailed in the Western Canadian province of Alberta on Sunday, but there were no injuries or spills of dangerous goods, a spokesman for the railway said.
Fred Harbinson hasn’t attended a college hockey game since he left St. Cloud State seven years ago. But the Vees have this weekend off and Harbinson is coming to Grand Forks along with his two assistant coaches and the team owner to watch a series that will be special to them.
The city fathers of Vancouver, British Columbia, where I visited last week, made a fateful decision in the 1950s. They decided to build up, not out. Not only Vancouver's office space, but also its residential areas would consist of high-rises, not sprawling suburbs.
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