THE NEW FORTY Yo Guido - I choose companies that value equality.
My cousin Scott, a gay man (and I should also add - a fabulous human being), posted on his Facebook page a story from the Huffington Post that said that you as chairman of the Barilla Group... Posted on 9/28/13 at 2:03 PM
PEACE GARDEN MAMA II faith & family fridays: faith like a mustard seed
It was one of those evenings when I'd found myself needing a distraction, which led to a perusal through the Facebook trail. You know how it goes. You see something interesting, and before long, you'r... Posted on 9/26/13 at 11:05 PM
REAL OILFIELD WIVES 7 Rules for Healthy Oilfield Relationships
Being an Oilfield wife is not easy. It can be stressful dealing with the difficult schedules of our Oilfield Men. The following are 7 rules that I believe are necessary to maintain a good relationsh... Posted on 8/28/13 at 8:48 AM
EH? PLUS Food Farm parties
Twenty years after its founding, the owners and operators of Food Farm in Wrenshall are inviting the public to help them celebrate.
A tour, kids activities, a tractor pull and a talent show will be o... Posted on 8/21/13 at 11:00 PM
A big new grant means a lot more help for children and youth in homes where domestic violence happens, said Laura Frisch, director of victim services at the Community Violence Intervention Center in Grand Forks.
I just read another story about a child being forgotten in the back seat and dying from the heat.
But I've also learned a wonderful hint from our adult daughter that might save lives of those youngsters in the back seat.
Two kids, two pets, two jobs, too much. That’s how it felt to Erin McCarthy when it came time to drag her cat and puppy to the veterinarian. So she jumped on a growing trend among veterinarians and called the vet to her.
Erica Lemna, a UND nursing student, ran for the title of Miss North Dakota International because she wants children to know they can be stronger if they go through experiences that are not quite normal.
The research being published today in the journal Pediatrics shows 209 deaths and 35 near-drownings of children under 12 from 2001 through 2009. Most of the children, 94 percent, were under 5, and 81 percent of the accidents happened during summer months.
Fundraising for the field began a few years ago, and many local sponsors, individual and corporate, have stepped up to the plate. But the last of three Harmon Killebrew Foundation donations, which were described only as "significant," helped complete the field. The field, which cost $400,000 to construct, will be named Harmon Killebrew Field.
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar and missing children's advocate Patty Wetterling want state and local law enforcement to be able to tap the tax returns of suspected abductors for information that could locate missing children across the country in domestic cases.
While some American Indians observe Thanksgiving by holding traditional spiritual ceremonies like the sweat lodge and powwows, others have no use for a holiday they see as a symbol of the destruction of the native way life. Still others choose to bridge the cultures, participating in Christian worship services as well as activities connected with their Indian heritage.
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