THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG March Madness Certainly Didn't Disappoint
I am a big lover of college basketball and this years NCAA Tournament certainly didn't disappoint. Check out my thoughts about the tournament. I have attached the link. Thanks
WHAT A GAME
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FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY The top five moments of UND's season
The University of North Dakota's season ended three days ago, and I'm still shocked by what happened.
To go from being a few minutes away from advancing to the Frozen Four to getting beaten 4-1 by th... Posted on 4/2/13 at 10:17 PM
STAFF BLOG UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA HOCKEY The Houghton trip
Going to Houghton can be a little bit like going back in time. There's some good and bad that comes with that.
The bad? Tom Miller went to get some concession food at the arena, but they didn't take ... Posted on 12/20/12 at 5:00 AM
REGGIE TALES Houghton in Review
*If you don't make any stops, you can drive from Grand Forks to Houghton, Michigan in eight and half hours. But that would be preposterous to not stop. It is exactly 485 miles. 490 miles if you leave ... Posted on 12/18/12 at 2:16 PM
BEST FRIENDS ND Volunteering
Remember that fierce, irrational nudge that first sent you toward volunteering?
Sue Glassnor of St. Clair, Michigan does.
Hurricane Katrina had ripped apart entire communities along the Gulf Coast... Posted on 8/17/12 at 9:22 AM
Michigan, the heart of American manufacturing, became the latest state to become a “right-to-work” state this week, prohibiting compulsory union participation. The move was greeted by demonstrations by protesters angered by the erosion of union power in the state.
With defeat in the Michigan Legislature virtually certain, Democrats and organized labor intend to make enactment of right-to-work laws as uncomfortable as possible for Gov. Rick Snyder and his Republican allies while laying the groundwork to seek payback at the polls.
A Michigan teen finishing off an Arby's roast beef sandwich chomped down on something tough that tasted like rubber. Turns out it tasted like finger. S spokesman for Arby's released a statement Wednesday apologizing for what he described as an isolated and "unfortunate incident."
Minnesota, Michigan and North Carolina are the latest fronts in a spreading legislative campaign to reserve the swirling poles for barbers. The proposals, which often include fines for offenders, are driving a new wedge in a trade where gender lines have long run deep.
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