THE FLENSBURGER FILES Christmas Market Tour 2012: Buckau
When it comes to Christmas Markets, sometimes the best ones can be found either in the suburbs of a big city, like Magdeburg, or in rural communities. Why? There are many reasons to support this argu... Posted on 1/3/13 at 6:08 AM
Water is threatening Minnewaukan, N.D., even though the growing Devils Lake remains covered with ice. “We had some water infiltrate into town overnight from the south,” Mayor Trish McQuoid said Friday.
These musings come about because of the appearance of two news stories over the weekend: First, the centennial of St. Michael’s Catholic Church, truly one of the most beautiful and beloved buildings in town.
Second, the announcement that the Smiley water tower will come down this week, weather permitting.
On July 23, I picked up the Herald at my door and scanned the headlines. I wasn’t wearing my glasses.
I saw a picture of the new water tower. Just for a moment, I mistook the two painter scaffolds for eyelashes.
Three peregrine falcon chicks spotted on Smiley The chicks would be the offspring of Terminator, a female from Brandon, Man., who first appeared in Grand Forks in 2008, and Roosevelt, a male who migrated this year from Fargo. It’s the second time the once endangered species has successfully nested and bred in Grand Forks.
GF Council votes to tear down the water tower. Smiley the water tower's days are numbered, and we mean it this time. After repeated stays of execution over the past several years, the Grand Forks City Council decided tonight to demolish the 77-year-old water tower.
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