MS. SIMPLICITY Tis the Season for Stress
We promise ourselves year after year that we will enjoy the next holiday seasonor that we wont spend as much.or that we will make time for exercise.or we wont eat as much.or we will get more things ... Posted on 11/30/12 at 12:15 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Looking Backward (and Forward)
Not being much for New Year's resolutions (or New Year's, now that I think about it), I do like to stop for a minute or two at the end of each year to thank some of the people who have touched the liv... Posted on 12/30/11 at 7:46 AM
HEALTHBEAT Resolutions for a new year
If you're like most people, there's a 50-50 chance that you made a New Year's resolution to improve your life in 2010. And if you're like most people, your resolve probably won't make it through... Posted on 1/1/10 at 1:44 PM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Wistful Wednesday: New Years Eve 1963
This must have been taken by Far Guys Dad..it is Far Guys Sister and her beau who she married five years later. She must have been in her first year of College. She was off getting straight A's and m... Posted on 12/30/09 at 3:38 AM
Avoiding the fiscal cliff will require a compromise. And what are the chances of that happening? So, it’s perhaps best that we concern ourselves with other potential cliffs to avoid, cliffs that are closer to home.
We promise ourselves year after year that we will enjoy the next holiday season, or we won’t spend as much, or we’ll make time to exercise. But we quickly get caught up in the rush of the season, and before we know it, it’s the end of the month.
Parents drive through blizzard to get to hospital
It was hurry up and wait for his parents as Carson James Langstraat arrived in this world Saturday morning to become the 2011 New Year’s Baby in Grand Forks.
The uncertainty of 2010 has prompted some Americans to rethink their New Year's resolutions. Many are vowing to get out of debt or save money in 2011 instead of planning to drop a few pounds in the new year.
Roomba, my robot, has been whirling and twirling her way around the carpeting this holiday season. She knows how to cover a lot of space and pick up lint, dust and cookie crumbs. Her little sensors help her feel her way around a room.
It’s official. Celebrate the Night will be the new name for Grand Forks’ substance-free, family friendly New Year’s Eve party that this year will move from its traditional downtown location to the Alerus Center.
December 02, 2009
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