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Sharon Buresh shares the favorite recipes she uses when cooking for a large group of people. "I either cook for two or 200. It's hard when my family gets together. I'm always making too much," said Buresh. Buresh and her husband, Ron, own and operate the Spur Bar. As a way to say thank you for their customers' support, they host monthly birthday suppers. "They're not just customers. They're all our friends," she said. Favorite menu items include Spur Bar cheesy potatoes, barbecued beef and pasta coleslaw salad. "People ask for the cheesy potatoes every month.
Mary Steiner's fourth-grade students at Dickinson Trinity Elementary West recently explored concepts of astronomy and outer space with the help of a Dickinson State University class. The lesson plans were prepared by 20 DSU students who are enrolled in the science methods class for elementary education taught by Dr. Deborah M.
Visitors to the Dickinson Public Library will notice several doors now feature stained glass panels. Two panels showcase an open book surrounded by roses while another has the outline of a cat beside a flower garden. The glass motifs were created by Mary Lovell, the library's cataloguer and head of technical services. "When we first started the building plans, I felt the library needed some stained glass. I guess the idea came from me," she said. Art is her passion, especially pottery, stained glass and jewelry.
Jan Biederstedt's room at Dickinson Hagen Junior High offers a quiet get-away from crowded hallways and busy classrooms. Tucked into the corner of the second floor, the room once served as a study hall. Today, it serves as a structured learning space for Biederstedt's day treatment program. "This is a safe place for them to share and study," she said.
The PostEverywhere services provided by a Hebron software company are moving truck freight more efficiently across the United States and Canada. The software programmers are currently restructuring the present services to make the system more efficient, said company President Mark Draeb. "We're streamling the infrastructure," he said.
National Park Service volunteer Terry Lincoln resumes his observations of nesting golden eagles this month. He's been monitoring nesting sites for the past 11 years in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. "I started on my own time. I really enjoy hiking and camping and watching animals. I checked in with the folks at the park, asking them what I can do to help out," said Lincoln, who is director of Bismarck's Dakota Zoo. Lincoln's observations are added to the park's data base to help rangers interpret the information for tourists, and help the park regarding management decisions.
The students at Dickinson's Lincoln Elementary School were treated to smoothies during the Dairy Fair held in conjunction with the school's Spring Fling. The smoothies were prepared by licensed dietitians at the Southwestern District Health Unit. "We served about 360 smoothies. People came back for seconds. That's a good sign," said dietitian Jo Marie Kadrmas. Students also were invited to have their picture taken with "milk mustaches." "People who chose the milk mustaches really had a good time," she said.
The Dickinson Trinity High School senior class is presenting an original production of "Living Stations of the Cross." The performances are at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Palm Sunday, April 1, in the THS auditorium. A spaghetti supper also is served from 5-7 p.m. in the cafeteria. The project is an opportunity to enhance the faith life of the students and community at large, said Director Jesse Zyskowski. "This year, we've added Jesus' entry into Jerusalem, the Last Supper and Agony in the Garden.
Twelve Dickinson volunteers are raising funds for a trip to El Torno, Bolivia, through Medical Ministry International. "This is a chance for our medical community to serve Jesus Christ in donating their time by providing medicine, surgeries and health education to our world's poor," said Lisa Dolezal, who is serving as a surgical nurse on the team. The team also includes Dr.