BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD NORTH DAKOTA How to stay hydrated when exercising
By Ryan Schuster
Whether you are exercising at the gym or preparing to run a marathon, there one thing that many people often overlook proper hydration.
In order to perform at your best and avoid b... Posted on 5/10/13 at 11:48 AM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND
Children ages 12-15 who want to operate a boat or personal watercraft this summer must take the states boating basics course.
State law requires youngsters ages 12-15 to pass the course before they o... Posted on 5/7/13 at 11:08 AM
REAL OILFIELD WIVES Shrink for Good
Originally posted on The Sisterhood of the Shrinking Jeans.
You're thirsty. You walk to the kitchen, turn on the faucet, and fill a cup with cold, refreshing water. Or maybe you grab a bottle of wate... Posted on 4/29/13 at 7:22 AM
THE WEST WING Weekly Memo 4-19-13
Each Weekly Memo to the City Council and the agenda packet is also provided on theCity Councilweb page.
Waste Water Treatment Update
City staff and consultants met with Cal Tininenko... Posted on 4/19/13 at 12:26 PM
Anglers this summer should not have a problem finding public access points from which to launch a boat on Lakes Sakakawea and Oahe in North Dakota, despite both Missouri River reservoirs being about 10 feet lower than last year.
If you live and Grand Forks and are wondering why your water tastes or smells a little funny, don’t worry: It’s perfectly safe. Heavy rains have stirred up a pair of organic chemical compounds that affect taste and odor in water.
The city of Moorhead is considering not providing sandbags in future flood events. Moorhead has spent nearly a half a million dollars for the flood of 2013. For some city leaders, that’s too much spent on too few people.
North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple sent a letter Tuesday to President Barack Obama requesting a federal disaster declaration to help 16 counties and the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation recover from spring flooding.
This week, we scored a major victory for the people who live and work throughout the Missouri River basin. The U.S. Senate passed the States’ Water Rights Act, legislation I introduced and attached to the Water Resources Development Act to bar the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from charging a storage fee for water drawn from the Missouri River reservoirs.
Ron Poirier couldn't escape the feeling that his cancer was somehow a punishment. As a young Marine electronics technician at Camp Lejeune in the mid-1970s, the Massachusetts man figured he'd dumped hundreds of gallons of toxic solvents onto the ground.
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