STAFF BLOG NIE ROCKS! 3 easy ways to turn pool noodles into cool backyard toys
Use your noodle: This MCT OnePage offers three easy ways to turn inexpensive pool noodles into cool backyard toys.
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THE WEST WING Weekly Memo 2-22-13
Each Weekly Memo to the City Council and the agenda packet is also provided on theCity Councilweb page.
Mayor, Council meets with MPCA
Mayor Stauss and some Council members along wit... Posted on 2/22/13 at 10:35 AM
MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE Please Stop Educating Me -- I Want to Learn Something
I am one of the 1 percent.
Nah, I'm not talking money; when it comes to that I'm in another 1 percent, you know, the ones who re-use plastic grocery bags as spontaneous suitcases for overnight trips.... Posted on 7/25/12 at 11:28 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Gone Fishin'
I do not fish, I do not swim. Last week I fished, I did not need to
I spent most of my youth in the kiddie pool at the Warren, MinnesotaPool
during swimming lessons. I never learned to swim and ... Posted on 7/21/12 at 6:56 AM
Summer swimming pool attendance is all about the weather. The hotter the temperatures are, the bigger the crowds are. This year was no exception, as an August heat wave salvaged a pool season that was otherwise cooler than normal.
By pledging to pay for the bare-bones project while calling for donations (supplemented, perhaps, by a city match of some sort) to buy any “bells and whistles” amenities, EGF might get the pool project done.
My fondest memories of summers in East Grand Forks either started or ended at the pool. Granted, it was an easier time; but where else can young people go and get exercise and sun and have a safe and enjoyable time?
The owner of what is believed to be the largest billiards parlor in the U.S. likes to joke that the key to success is found in low expectations. And not because the three-month-old pool palace is located in one of the least-populated states in the union.
A Bottineau, N.D., man convicted of child sex crimes has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison. Acting U.S. Attorney Lynn Jordheim said the 15 years is a mandatory minimum sentence. Darren Henry, 34, will be on supervised release for five years after the prison term.
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