BISON MEDIA BLOG 2013 Countdown: #79
Apologize for the delay on our countdown; we'll crank out a few this weekend to get caught up; let's start with a number that I'm sure will cause debate:
Countdown To 2013: NerdStat #79
5:... Posted on 6/15/13 at 2:08 AM
RED RIVER ORTHODOX: ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND NORTH DAKOTA Religious Freedoms and Christianity in the West
Well, religious freedom, a topic I've covered elsewhere on the blog, continues to be an item that makes the news. For those who are interested in this larger, ongoing socio-religio discussion, I link ... Posted on 7/25/12 at 11:25 PM
STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT St. Louis is my kind of town!
Some of the very best moments of our lives have been spent in St. Louis. Thats because my sister, Lori, and her husband, Bob, live there. I couldnt begin to count the times weve been to this great cit... Posted on 5/30/12 at 8:55 AM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND Shad stocked in Oahe
Biologists Hope Shad Boost Oahe Forage Base
Game and Fish Department biologists stocked roughly 225 adult gizzard shad in Lake Oahes Beaver Bay in May to help jumpstart a limited forage base.
A good... Posted on 5/25/12 at 12:02 PM
A Missouri woman is accused of trying to scare children by approaching them with a chain saw while wearing a ski mask. Patricia Manker called the police after she saw Herzog yelling at her son and his friend and walking toward them with the mask and chain saw.
This week, we scored a major victory for the people who live and work throughout the Missouri River basin. The U.S. Senate passed the States’ Water Rights Act, legislation I introduced and attached to the Water Resources Development Act to bar the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from charging a storage fee for water drawn from the Missouri River reservoirs.
An August survey suggests that the continuing drought and lessening export demand for U.S. products are among the drains on the economy in nine Midwest and Plains states, according to a report released Tuesday.
The nearly 8,400 residents of the western Missouri city of Nevada are about to become part of an experiment testing whether a rural community that ranks near the bottom of many health indices can be transformed into a national example where the people are healthier, their doctors are more efficient and their health-care costs are lower.
For 54 years, the University of Missouri Press has showcased the state’s history, culture and authors to readers close to home and scholars far beyond its borders. That legacy ends next month after the university system's president's decision to shut down the money-losing press.
Relatives and researchers say they want to determine if a former member of the Jesse James game is buried in a grave in northwest Missouri. The grave in Kearney purportedly holds the remains of Clell Miller, a Confederate bushwacker and James gang member who was shot during a botched robbery in 1876 in Northfield, Minn.
A 17-year-old boy with a provisional driver's license was behind the wheel when a converted semitrailer crashed on a Kansas highway, killing five members of his Minnesota family who were on vacation to see a motocross race, authorities said Monday.
An Overland Park, Kan., woman made a disturbing discovery Saturday as she dumped her recycling inside a yellow and green bin in front of Brookridge Elementary School: More than 1,000 private abortion records sat in plain view, dumped on top of magazines and newspapers in a possibly serious violation of federal privacy law.
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