GOOD PEOPLE, GOOD BUSINESS Closing the Generation Gap
Generations in the workplace are a hot topic, and for the most part, you dont have to convince people that generations really do matter. In a survey released by the Pew Research Center a few years ago... Posted on 5/15/13 at 9:18 AM
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD NORTH DAKOTA Cherie & Katie’s story: How we helped in family’s time of need
By Ryan Schuster
Cherie Jensen was on the liver transplant list when she received the ultimate gift of love from her family. Cheries daughter, Nikki, offered to be a liver donor to help her mom, but ... Posted on 5/10/13 at 1:13 PM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Farming, pheasants and working together
If you hunt pheasants, Hettinger County (N.D.) is a cross between Nirvana and Valhalla.
"Hettinger County has long been recognized for its excellent hunting. We live in the center of what is arguably... Posted on 5/8/13 at 10:29 AM
REAL MONEY Mother's Day on a Budget
Its that time of year againSpring Clean Up; Window washing, clearing the yard of winters remnants and dusting off the grill. AND its also nearing Mothers Day.
Mothers Day doesnt need to equate to pre... Posted on 5/6/13 at 5:14 AM
In Midwood, Brooklyn, there’s a luxury kosher grocery store called Pomegranate serving the modern Orthodox and Hasidic communities. It looks like a really nice Whole Foods. There’s a wide selection of kosher cheeses from Italy and France, wasabi herring, gluten-free ritual foods and nicely toned wood flooring.
The oil boom has changed a lot in western North Dakota, but locals here can still depend on one tiny convenience store.
Beicegel Station in the unincorporated community of Grassy Butte has all the groceries and necessities locals need, free coffee in the morning and owners who’d get out of bed to help a stranded motorist.
QUESTION: I accidentally backed my 2004 Buick LeSabre into a concrete curb on the passenger side. While driving home, I heard a loud "clunk-clunk-clunk" at every bump in the road. My local shop inspected the undercarriage, said the shocks were leaking and replaced them.
Red River reaches minor flood stage of 28 feet
The Red River was measured at its minor flood stage of 28 feet at 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday. As of 10:30 Thursday morning, the Red at East Grand Forks was at 28.54 feet.
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