LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO A Tale of Two, North Dakotan Burritos
I've never been that into burritos.This month, I've eaten two and unsure sure why I have this sudden urge to order them. Here is a tale of two, North Dakotan burritos.
There's no Chipotle in ... Posted on 5/25/13 at 10:13 AM
Mayville State football coach Derek Schlieve said it hasn’t been tough to get his players to avoid dwelling on the Comets’ historical opportunity this weekend in obtaining a conference crown, a claim Mayville hasn’t been able to make since 1990.
“We don’t wear tuxedos,” said Kip Jones, who plays violin for the ETHEL quartet, which will perform Sunday afternoon in Grand Forks and Monday night in Mayville, N.D. “They are hard to fold and uncomfortable to bring on an airline.”
Dust and debris emitted from the Mayport Farmers Co-op Elevator has some Mayville, N.D., residents concerned for their health and urging the elevator to install dust control systems before expanding.
Jeff Bachmeier purchased a full-page ad in Wednesday’s Herald, writing a letter from the citizens of Mayville to the elevator and its board of directors.
Bismarck Tribune sports editor Lou Babiarz and Dan Keating of KMAV/KMSR radio in Mayville have been honored for their coverage of North Dakota sports. Babiarz has been named the 2011 North Dakota Sportswriter of the Year and Keating the North Dakota Sportscaster of the Year.
A house fire in Mayville, N.D., kept three fire departments busy since early Sunday morning. The unoccupied house, one of the biggest and oldest in town, had nearly burned to the ground by 8:30 p.m. Sunday as firefighters monitored in and kept it from spreading, said Mayville Fire Chief Lee Brenna.
One of the “greatest generation” passed away last month in Mayville, N.D.
Reuben Korsmo represented the American farm boy who went to war and carried out heroism quietly, showing humanity among inhumane times.
He was in on D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge and came back from the war to spend his life as a quiet business and civic leader and family man in Mayville, never really seeking recognition for his service.
The Ophoven Family Band’s fiddle gospel music will be presented at 4 p.m. Sunday in Our Savior’s Free Lutheran Church, Argyle, Minn. Supper with pie and ice cream follows. Everyone welcome; no admission cost. Info: Janet LaBine (218) 437-6357.
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