FATHER KNOWS LAST 2013 Fargo Marathon
I love running!
I love training! My body, mind and soul all benefit from having a steady routine. Training for races has been the one constant during the last four years that seems to make everythi... Posted on 5/18/13 at 9:17 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
If I were to look out my window and see springs progress and then
look at the calendar and note that it was mid to late march, I would
be satisfied. It is not and I am not.
Hones... Posted on 4/27/13 at 6:04 AM
STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT Hey! You’re treading on my turf
My mom used to say you could take a stool out to the garden, sit down and watch the asparagus grow. According to her, thats how fast the spears shot up. I never did try that experiment but I think the... Posted on 4/26/13 at 5:32 PM
Flood warnings are in effect in Polk, Clearwater, Mahnomen, Hubbard and southern Beltrami counties until 6 p.m. Tuesday as snow continues to melt and rain is expected Monday night, the National Weather Service said on Sunday.
For most corners of North Dakota, the winter of 2013 has extended well beyond the calendar declaration of spring. Except for a few robins in the trees, Canada geese filtering in and the first pitch of major league baseball, spring really has struggled to win over winter.
The choir at church was singing, “Let us gather at the river … that flows by the throne of God.” That reminded me it had been a while since I talked with the river. So I drove this past week past to the bend in the Red River over by Lincoln Drive Park.
n oil well problem caused a mist of oil to spray over about 10 acres of land in southwestern North Dakota. The accident happened near a Fidelity Oil and Exploration well about five miles northwest of South Heart in Stark County. A pressure problem caused a plume of oil and water to shoot up into the air. A strong wind then carried it onto a nearby field.
The park was forced to close in late May when flood conditions hit the Missouri River. All but one of the park's campgrounds has been inundated with more than a foot and half of water for most the summer.
Senator discussed Fargo-Moorhead diversion, work to advance retention projects to reduce river flows After three consecutive years of major spring flooding, Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., said Minnesota communities in the Red River Valley are becoming experts at holding back raging flood waters. “That’s the advantage of having a flood every year, and I think it’s the only advantage,” he said.
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