REAL OILFIELD WIVES Suck It Up, Buttercup
There's been a lot of controversy as of late on our Facebook page regarding oilfield wives and what is perceived as whining. While maybe we do whine a little, I think most of it stems from the fact t... Posted on 3/14/13 at 9:08 AM
NEW PLATEAUS Christmas Time is a New Plateau
For as long as I can remember, the Christmas season has always resonated something deep within me.
As a boy in northern Minnesota, it was Christmas programs at school and church, the music on the rad... Posted on 12/22/12 at 10:31 AM
NIE ROCKS Thanksgiving Ideas from FamilyFun Magazine
Gobble up these ideas to provide extra helpings of giggles at your Thanksgiving gathering from FamilyFun magazine!
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THE NEW FORTY Until being strong is your only choice...
When I read the stories of victims and the families of victims that are raising their voices to bring greater awareness to the cost of drinking and driving I am humbled by their strength. I don't thin... Posted on 10/8/12 at 10:09 PM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY How green is your thumb?
I've always had a brown thumb. Plants don't stand a chance in my house. I haven't had much luck with my garden either. That is, until I planted strawberries a couple of summers ago. They've gone compl... Posted on 7/13/11 at 4:06 PM
Twenty years ago, when Regent native Gary Greff saw fresh diced garlic in grocery stores that could withstand months of refrigeration, he wondered to himself what it would take to do the same with onions.
MEDORA — Hammering out specifics, that’s what the city council and housing committee hope to do over the next few days, to finalize a list of specific items required for new housing to be built in town this year.
During the last of three “Coffee With Your Legislators” events Saturday, what to do with stimulus package money seemed to take center stage.
The event, held in Dickinson City Hall, featured Republican Sens. Rich Wardner and George Nodland, Democrat Rep. Shirley Meyer and Republican Rep. Nancy Johnson, all from Dickinson, who updated the 30 or so attendees on bills being considered and where money is being spent.
Parents who think their children are ready to enter Kindergarten or first grade early may do so under the state’s early entrance evaluation system.
Although a handful are evaluated in the area, few enter schools through that system, school officials say.
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