STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER User fees debated as stadium funding
By Danielle Nordine
A debate about whether gambling or user fees should be used to pay for a new Vikings stadium is the latest in a long fight over how to fund the project.
Two Saturday Capitol ra... Posted on 4/29/12 at 4:14 AM
18 HOLES WITH JACK... DANIELS Sunday at The Masters and Shot Making
Towards the end of last year I made a decision to try to be a shot maker again. Since 2004 I haven't had to do so as the courses that I played at did not have any trees. I had become only worried abou... Posted on 4/13/12 at 9:57 PM
SIOUX FOOTBALL The Preferred Walk-On's of 2012 (PWOs)
We have compiled a list of the preferred walk-ons that will be joining the UND Football program at the beginning of fall camp, come August. We think it goes without saying that the UND staff did a goo... Posted on 2/1/12 at 3:17 PM
THE ATTIC Bill Watson wins Hobey Baker, 1985
UMD hockey player Bill Watson (left) and coach Mike Sertich talk on March 29, 1985, at a news conference in Detroit after Watson was announced as the 1985 Hobey Baker Award winner. It was the second... Posted on 3/29/10 at 7:32 PM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Review: Sherlock Holmes
I was hesitant to watch "Sherlock Holmes," the latest movie adaptation of the exploits of the world's first consulting detective, because I like Robert Downey Jr. (Holmes), Jude Law (Watson)... Posted on 1/18/10 at 10:30 AM
Moorhead, Minn. (WDAY TV) - A woman showed more than maybe some people wanted to see at the Walgreen's in Moorhead last night. Moorhead Police say 37-year old Katherine Watson, who also uses the last name Engebretson, walked into the store around 6 last night wearing only a partial towel, thong, pasties on her breasts, and whipped cream on part of her buttocks.
(WDAY TV) - All this week, we have been telling you about life in North Dakota's oil patch. Along with millions of dollars flowing into the state, there are also the headaches of a housing shortage and road damage, but for those who can find a place to sleep, work in the oil fields means dollar signs.
SYDNEY (AP) — A 16-year-old Australian who braved boat knockdowns and seven months of solitude on a sail around the world set foot on dry land outside the Sydney Opera House on Saturday and quickly set an earthier goal: getting her driver's license.
, May 15, 2010
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