RED RIVER ORTHODOX: ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND NORTH DAKOTA Archaeology, History, Tourism, and Ideology
Past Horizons has a fascinating article discussing the employment of archaeology for ideology promotion (by Chemi Schiff):
http://www.pasthorizonspr.com/index.php/archives/02/2013/building-with-the-p... Posted on 2/18/13 at 12:56 PM
THE VIEW FROM THE EDGE OF TOWN The View From The Edge of Fargo
I have decided to take my "View From The Edge" to other locales from time to time.
This time I'm on the edge of Fargo,North Dakota.
My wife and I had a long weekend in Fargo visiting family and frie... Posted on 9/4/12 at 3:54 PM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN AIM walleye pros converge on Lake of the Woods
Some of the top walleye anglers in the country are on Lake of the Woods this week for the AIM Pro Walleye Series tournament. The three-day competition gets underway Thursday and continues through Satu... Posted on 8/15/12 at 11:23 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 7:56 AM
The new executive director of the Buffalo City Tourism Foundation in Jamestown says the biggest challenge in his new job will be getting people to look beyond their preconceived notions about North Dakota.
In the southern city of Aswan, tour operator Ashraf Ibrahim was recently taking a group to a historic mosque when a mob of angry horse carriage drivers trapped them inside, trying to force them to take rides. The drivers told Ibrahim to steer business their way in the future or else they'd burn his tourist buses, he said.
The Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians recently announced that it will build a four-story structure that will have a larger casino, a 60-room hotel, a convention area and dining options. The complex will be located where the Warroad River and Lake of the Woods meet, prompting the band’s plan for fishing packages to be part of the allure.
Minnesota doesn’t rebate its sales tax to Canadian shoppers, and Canada does not reciprocate to us either.
I believe we need to keep our sales tax dollars working for us in the community rather than refunding them.
The Parks and Recreation Department says just under 400,000 people visited the state's 13 parks during the first half of 2012. That was up 20 percent over last year, when flooding was a problem in several areas of the state.
Professional paleontologists from the N.D. Geological Survey are leading groups of amateurs on a week-long fossil dig in the Pembina Gorge in the state's northeast corner. It's one of four digs open to the public throughout the state. On Saturday, the first day, the amateurs found the bones of a mosasaur, a large marine reptile.
WDAZ anchor Charley Johnson is quitting the TV news business to join the tourism business. The Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau announced that its board had picked him as its new president Friday. His last day at WDAZ in Grand Forks will be May 31. He’ll start his new job in late June.
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