THE NEW FORTY Thank you Summit, South Dakota!
In the midst of blizzard conditions, it is still mighty warm and cozy in Summit, South Dakota. In true Midwest form, community members in Summit rose to the occasion when student fans of UND's hockey ... Posted on 2/10/13 at 6:52 PM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Massacre of Historic Bridges in the USA Underway?
At the beginning of this year, fellow pontist James Baughn predicted in his website, the Historic and Notable Bridges of the US, that there would be fewer demolitions for 2013, providing hope for ma... Posted on 1/22/13 at 6:08 AM
TIME AT THE TABLE New Chapter? This is a New Book!
Today starts out like every other journal entry, but a slight twist...
Alarm goes off at 6:45 am
take care of some business
let the dogs out
turn on the coffee because I forgot to make it before b... Posted on 1/14/13 at 7:00 PM
STAFF BLOG OIL PATCH DISPATCH Schafer to speak at S.D. conference on Bakken opportunities
RAPID CITY, S.D. Former North Dakota Gov. Ed Schafer will be the keynote speaker Dec. 11 for a conference in Rapid City to explore the Bakken oil boom and opportunities it presents for small business... Posted on 12/4/12 at 10:05 AM
STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG Bison Video Blog: NDSU vs. SDSU preview
Join WDAY sports director Dom Izzo and The Forum's Jeff Kolpack as they preview final NDSU homegame against the Jackrabbits of South Dakota State University.
... Posted on 11/5/12 at 5:13 PM
The T-Rex Conoco station in Dickinson may have lucked out when the digital sign it uses to advertise gas prices went out recently. Although customers still had to pay the $3.99 for a gallon of regular unleaded gas Thursday, at least they didn’t have to see what they were paying in big red numbers.
PIERRE, S.D. — A quirk in the federal health care law that could force tens of thousands of people who identify as Native American to start paying for insurance or pay a fine isn’t expected to affect many people in the Dakotas.
FARGO — A proposal to charge for water in Missouri River reservoirs would be banned under legislation passed Wednesday by the U.S. Senate. The States’ Water Rights Act, sponsored by Sens. John Hoeven, R-N.D., and John Thune, R-S.D., easily passed the Senate in a voice vote.
PIERRE, S.D. — A quirk in the federal health care law that could force tens of thousands of people who identify as Native American to start paying for insurance or pay a fine isn't expected to affect many people in the Dakotas.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — An Air Force decision on its plan to more than triple the airspace that can be used in training exercises for Dakotas-based B-1 and B-52 bombers is expected in March, Air Force chief of staff Gen. Mark Welsh said Wednesday.
CHAMBERLAIN, S.D. — Prosecutors will decide within a week whether to seek the death penalty for a man accused of killing a Mitchell woman in March. Assistant Attorney General Bob Mayer, who participated Tuesday in a hearing at the Brule County Courthouse in Chamberlain, is involved in the decision regarding the sentence sought for Kent Davidson.
A Dickinson man who suffered serious injuries in a one-vehicle, alcohol-related crash Friday near Spearfish, S.D., was charged with vehicular homicide, DUI 2nd offense and careless driving, authorities said.
GRAFTON, Ill. — The Mississippi River is topping out at some problematic spots and there is growing concern that spring floods are far from over. The good news is that most businesses and homes are high and dry, though hundreds of acres of farmland are under water, bridges are closed and countless roads are impassable.
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