THE NEW FORTY Cardiologists - what do you think about this?
On a recent drive to school with Cheyenne, I heard three songs use the term "heart attack" in regard to matters of the heart, but not to speak to the actual physical malady that would put one in a hos... Posted on 11/30/13 at 9:46 AM
STAFF BLOG CITY STREET BEAT THE CITY SCOOP: Why no signal control for cops?
Each week, Herald reporter Brandi Jewett answers your questions about local government, laws and other local topics.
Q: On three separate occasions recently I have witnessed police officers responding... Posted on 10/21/13 at 12:57 PM
SENSE AND CENTSIBILITY Garage Sales: Earn extra money and de-clutter your home
Garage sales are a great way to earn a little extra cash for yourself and your family. Plus its something in whichthat the whole household can participate. Its also agood way to de-clutteryour home be... Posted on 4/18/13 at 2:19 PM
IN THE BLACK Christmas is Not an Emergency
"Christmas is not an Emergency" is one of the quotes from Dave Ramsey about the importance of having and using an emergency fund. If you have money saved in an emergency fund, it should be saved for ... Posted on 3/22/13 at 7:02 PM
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS UND siren test is Wednesday, December 5
UND will conduct a monthly siren test in conjunction with the City of Grand Forks on Wednesday, Dec. 5. The UND sirens are placed strategically throughout campus at Tulane Drive (north of Facilities p... Posted on 12/4/12 at 4:29 PM
Communicating from one language to another is nothing new. Centuries ago, the Rosetta Stone allowed scholars to use Greek to decipher ancient hieroglyphs. Today Google Translate can instantly change the languages of websites and emails. But those services help with the written word. A bigger challenge is how to instantly translate intense conversations, particularly when life or death hangs in the balance. A Minnesota start-up is out with a new device aimed at bridging the language gap.
In 2009, emergency workers used the Knickerbocker Liquor Locker in Hickson as a flood operations center because the building stayed high and dry while much of Cass County was swamped. Today, the bar’s owner, Mike Bice, is firmly opposed to a dam that would come with the proposed Fargo-Moorhead diversion because it would potentially place Hickson and Bakke, where Bice has his home, in the middle of a giant bath tub.
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