IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! Tasty treats on Turkey Day in Grand Forks
Will you be visiting Greater Grand Forks over the Thanksgiving holiday and are looking for a great dinner, or do you live here and don't feel like cooking? Whatever the reason we have some delicious d... Posted on 11/18/13 at 11:13 AM
STAFF BLOG CITY STREET BEAT GALLERY: Grand Forks adds two properties to historic register
More than 80 years after their foundations were laid in Grand Forks, two local properties have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Both built in the late 1920s, the Skarsbo apa... Posted on 9/17/13 at 4:55 PM
MUSIC MOVES Where in the World has Natasha been this Summer?
Good news everyone! Music Moves is back!
As I mentioned in my last blog post, this summer has shaped up to be quite the busy one the two months of May and June have just flown by and it occurs to me... Posted on 7/13/13 at 11:11 AM
THE NEW FORTY Oh, how I love this story!
Today I share a great little Associated Press story out of Brainerd, Minnesota. Oh, how I love this story!
On the surface, this is the story of Rin Heise's prom dress, but in-between the lines is a b... Posted on 4/27/13 at 2:30 PM
FATHER KNOWS LAST The Pasture Up in the Hills
The family farmstead, where I grew up, was in the middle of a farming community. There were four neighbors within a mile of us on three sides, and because the landscape was fairly flat, you could see... Posted on 11/12/11 at 8:51 PM
You couldn’t blame the moose for thinking that paddling season had arrived early. It must have been many moose lifetimes since paddlers had stroked down Knife Lake on the Minnesota-Ontario border on April 9. The ice on these border lakes typically goes out in late April or early May.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has received a $250,000 federal grant to help fund the purchase of nearly 500 acres of historically and biologically significant land at the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers in McKenzie County.
A northern Minnesota school teacher will soon move into an unusual new home built of firewood logs. It’s part of an effort to create affordable, energy-efficient homes on the White Earth Indian Reservation using an old construction technique. For Bill Paulson, the cordwood home nestled in the woods near Naytahwaush is a memory of the past, and offers hope for the future.
The late-September sunlight filtered through the trees outside, providing soft, natural lighting to highlight an exhibit of Canada geese, Cooper’s hawks, killdeer and other native birds housed in the new three-season, enclosed porch at the Pioneer Heritage Center at Icelandic State Park.
The Department of Natural Resources is seeking public input as the agency begins a Subsection Forest Resource Management Plan for the aspen parklands area of northwestern Minnesota. The aspen parklands area covers about 2.9 million acres from Gully in the southeast, Roseau in the northeast, Lancaster in the northwest and Crookston in the southwest.
The superintendent of Theodore Roosevelt National Park says park officials have received more than 11,000 comments on a proposal to thin the park’s elk herd by using teams of shooters, including volunteers under park supervision.
Jann Lee had always wanted to run a bed and breakfast in a big, old Victorian house when she found the perfect place here in town.
But when they heard the bellowing whistle of trains on a nearby track, they knew they had to incorporate it into their business.
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