STORM TRACKER Finally a Mild May
The month of May finished with an average temperature of 60.8 degrees. This just missed out on being ranked in the top ten on record. In the end, May 2012 ranked as the 11th warmest since 1881.
Th... Posted on 6/3/12 at 12:22 PM
TIME AT THE TABLE Real Food Dinner: Bacon Wrapped Blue Cheese Dates
Hello there and thanks for joining us.
Have you lost some weight?
You look great!
Well I am here to kick off our virtual progressive dinner for Food Revolution Day. Okay, okay technical... Posted on 5/17/12 at 7:03 PM
THE NEW FORTY Spring preening...
I think the seasonal ritual of spring preening is upon us. If you are not familiar with this ritual you need only look around the community as you go about your days. All around folks are dusting off ... Posted on 4/29/11 at 10:18 PM
RINK AND RUN Some preseason notes
These preseason notes from Thursday's News Tribune:
Minnesota Duluth senior winger Cody Danberg of Canwood, Saskatchewan, will be out for about four months following knee surgery Aug. 17 to repair ... Posted on 9/16/10 at 9:21 AM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Wildflowers: May 25, 2010
Today I will catch up some with the wildflowers.
First the Buttercups or Caltha paulstrus that grows quite freely in wet areas here. They are also called Cowslips and Marsh Marigolds. I always ... Posted on 5/25/10 at 5:23 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Friday that Congress is nearly finished with a massive, $790 billion economic stimulus plan giving President Barack Obama a big victory, but not everything he wanted.
BISMARCK — Corporations and other businesses whose employees are assigned to work for or against initiated measures in North Dakota may have to report the labor costs as in-kind political contributions, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said Wednesday.
BISMARCK — North Dakotans heating with natural and propane gas could be in for record costs this coming winter, state officials warned Wednesday.
“What’s happening in natural gas prices this summer is truly frightening,” said Public Service Commissioner Tony Clark after the commission took official notice of fuel cost increases that three utilities will be passing on to their customers with this or next month’s bills.
Property tax payers who are looking for some tax relief from school districts may have to strain their eyes in the months ahead, especially if they reside in a school district that receives an equity payment.
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