THE NEW FORTY I match your Kardashians and raise you a Honey Boo Boo.
One of The New Forty's regular readers (Tim) said something in a blog comment a couple of days ago that begged for deeper reflection; as such, I share it with you today. The excerpted portion of his c... Posted on 6/8/13 at 5:34 PM
STAFF BLOG ADDICTED TO RUNNING Circle of life
Lately I've pondered the circle of life quite a bit.
Facing changes, both professional and personal, has led to waves of emotions: new beginnings and goodbyes, mixing the familiarity of tradition wit... Posted on 5/31/13 at 11:41 AM
REAL OILFIELD WIVES Staying Connected With Your Oilfield Man
By the end of 2013, Hubby will have spent 6 months at home and 6 months at work. (My heart goes out to the ladies that get even less time with their men!) With so much time spent a part, finding way... Posted on 3/15/13 at 7:15 AM
BESTFRIENDSND Everyone has a natural need to connect with others.
The need for connectedness is the human drive to feel significant, accepted, and valued. As they develop a sense of connection to a group, young people learn to value their own and others thoughts and... Posted on 1/15/13 at 10:00 AM
After conception by a few area minds in the late ’70s and about $31 million later, rural residents in southwest North Dakota can receive treated water as a section of the Southwest Pipeline Project nears completion.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius won Senate confirmation Tuesday as the nation’s health and human services secretary, thrusting her into the middle of a public health emergency with the swine flu sickening dozens of Americans.
BISMARCK — Senators sent a combined property tax and income tax package back to the drawing board Tuesday, with several saying their vote was “a message to the House” that the proposed tax cuts are issues to be voted on separately.
With its 80-day deadline looming on May 6, the North Dakota Legislature has a lot to accomplish in just a few days.
Over 100 bills still remain in conference committee and local legislators say it’s time to buckle down and get the job done.
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.
United States Census Bureau workers have been knocking on doors all over North Dakota, including in Dickinson, for the last few days.
The official census count is nearly a year away but workers are walking the streets with GPS computers to verify and update addresses.
With the Little Missouri River once again on the rise, the Medora City Council and the Billings County Commission held a joint emergency meeting Friday to discuss their options in the event the river rises enough to threaten the town.
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