REAL OILFIELD WIVES Snail Mail: Send A Little Love
The summer before my sophomore year of high school, my family and I moved from northern New Jersey, to Indiana. Even though I grew up moving a lot, this was the first move that was really hard on me.... Posted on 4/17/13 at 7:09 AM
PARENT INFORMATION CENTER 25 Ways to Use Magnetic Letters at Home
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MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE What Does It Take to Be an Expert?
I have no letters after my name.
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PEACE GARDEN MAMA II faith fridays: messages in the sky
I've got a fixation that I'm having a hard time shaking. When it takes hold -- and it often does while the five kids and I are cruising along in the minivan -- everyone knows what's coming. The teens ... Posted on 10/27/11 at 11:00 PM
Editor’s note: Donald Stewart retired in 2003 as community development director for the city of Thief River Falls. He served in the Peace Corps, living in Morocco in 1963 and 1964, as part of the first contingent of volunteers in the organization inspired by President John F. Kennedy.
Mississippi man was charged Saturday with making and possessing ricin for use as a weapon as part of the investigation into poison-laced letters sent to President Barack Obama and others, authorities said.
A Mississippi man accused of mailing letters to national leaders with suspected poisonous ricin believed he had uncovered a conspiracy to sell human body parts on the black market and sometimes performed as an Elvis Presley impersonator.
Holbrook Mohr and Adrian Sainz
, April 17, 2013
Dr. Kristen Cain of Fargo’s recent letter tries to instill some unfounded fears in an effort to have people oppose the personhood bill, Senate Bill 2303 (“Personhood bill would cripple IVF in N.D.,” Page A4, March 19).
They're called national security letters and the FBI issues thousands of them a year to banks, phone companies and other businesses demanding customer information. They're sent without judicial review and recipients are barred from disclosing them.
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