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National Running Day
Today, June 1st, is National Running Day! I know all of you went out and ran as far as you felt comfortable going on this beautiful sunny day, and it was no different for me! I met up this evening ...
6/1/11 at 10:19 PM
CORRECTED | So Osama is dead. Wow.
My brother Drew texted me earlier this evening to tell me that Osama bin Laden was dead. I checked the news and it turned out he was right. I shot my fist into the air. Generally, it is not wise or p...
5/2/11 at 1:26 AM Looks like another State of the Union 1/25/11 at 9:17 PM
Song worth sharing: Angel Flight 6/30/10 at 9:08 PM
National Endowment for the Arts In Danger
North Dakota has had the ability to provide several different arts and cultural programs for children, students, and adults of all ages. Most of this programming has been thanks to funding from the No...
2/2/11 at 5:25 PM
ANALYSIS: Oil drilling already happened under Theodore Roosevelt National Park
FARGO - Rick Berg's suggestion last month that oil drilling could take place under Theodore Roosevelt National Park to add more money into Social Security stirred up a lot of reaction - but already mo...
10/21/10 at 9:55 AM Dueling columns: Berg, Pomeroy debate oil drilling proposal 9/27/10 at 9:58 AM
FACT CHECK: New Pomeroy attack twists Berg’s proposal 9/16/10 at 9:45 PM
Emergency response test at NDSU
On Thursday, August 5th, NDSU in conjunction with state and local emergency services units will host an exercise to test the response capabilities of the agencies involved. This exercise will ...
7/29/10 at 3:35 AM
Today's Show Monday 7/12
Today on The Christopher Gabriel Program: The Presbyterian Church is changing its stance on Gay Clergy; Joel Liestamn talks about Soccer being finally over; Jeff Kolpack with the Weekend Real-Sports ...
7/12/10 at 3:28 AM Today's Show Tuesday 7/6 7/6/10 at 3:27 AM
Today's Show Wednesday 6/2 6/2/10 at 3:20 AM
Beardsley's Hall of Fame Day
Grandma's Marathon course record holder Dick Beardsley, who grew up in Wayzata, Minn., and now resides in Austin, Texas, will be inducted into the National Distance Running Ha...
7/10/10 at 4:12 AM USNTDP Gets Rannells 9/12/09 at 10:02 AM
Hynes Leaves USA Hockey's NTDP 8/4/09 at 8:26 AM
I couldn’t look away. I just couldn’t. All the other media people were dozing on the helicopter ride back from Camp Ripley Tuesday evening, but seated in the very back seat next to the ope...
6/25/10 at 11:26 PM Rainy days and Mondays 6/11/10 at 11:20 PM
Oh, the places we'll go 5/27/10 at 6:55 AM
Tamarac Wildlife Refuge
We live near the refuge, it is one of my favorite places to escape to. When visiting Detroit Lakes and the Avenue of the Flags it seemed like a great way to meander on toward home. Madison wanted to ...
6/1/10 at 5:59 AM
Minn. Governor & Lt. Governor Fishing Hosts Announced
Two professional fishing guides have been selected to host Governor Tim Pawlenty and Lt. Governor Carol Molnau on Lake Kabetogama for the 2010 Governor’s Fishing Opener on May 15. Tim Wat...
5/4/10 at 9:45 AM
Guard tests flood bags
Tech. Sgt. Kevin Reinhardt, left, and Staff Sgt. Anthony Salquist, right, hold open a 1.5-ton sandbag while a cement truck fills it with sand on the North Dakota Air National Guard's 119th Wing base,...
3/20/10 at 10:06 AM
Okay, we've got 49 hours.
I made the dash to the Tucson area in order to catch up with Bubba Schwartz, the unlucky friend from Bemidji who had suffered a terrrible loss in January due to a home fire. I met him a...
3/16/10 at 8:10 AM SNG in late winter 2/22/10 at 11:49 AM
I thought I was done with this 2/8/10 at 4:49 PM
archery in schools a hit in North Dakota
North Dakota’s National Archery in the Schools Program is growing fast, if this year’s state tournament is any indication. “It was a great turnout,” according to Jeff Long, NAS...
3/15/10 at 7:16 AM
Some Friday notes
A few items from Sioux basketball and football: Freshman Doug Archer was starting to find a groove with the Sioux men's basketball team. The freshman from Conception Junction, Mo., scored 12...
1/29/10 at 10:55 AM
Come Fly with Me
The story herein coincides with the fantastic Fargo Air Show, but it is a memory of an event that ocurred several years ago involving some other famous Fargo Flyers - The Air National Guard. The stor...
8/22/09 at 6:37 AM