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You can't be too rich or too thin, right?
That's the famous saying isn't it? And at no time during the year do we think this more frequently than the holidays. We spend too much and we eat too much and we'd love to turn it all around. Two A...
11/19/12 at 5:34 PM A blog to help you stay sane during the holidays? 11/12/10 at 4:14 PM
HEADLINES: And parents thought diapers were bad! Pee liters N.D. highways
* Pee-u: urine clogs North Dakota Oil Patch roadways: "TIOGA, N.D. Along the wide-open expanses and rolling prairie of western North Dakota surrounding the state's booming Oil Patch, all sorts of biz...
3/27/12 at 7:53 AM How to find the best Black Friday deals? 11/15/11 at 7:21 AM
How to save $$$ on holiday shopping online? 11/14/11 at 7:20 AM
Yeah I know, folks, it's a bit out of season, but Halloween was the next big thing for my year in China. Wanna see how they celebrate? Cool. :) Up to this point, exploring and living and teaching i...
3/17/12 at 10:00 AM
Boys Can Wear Valentine's Day Shirts, Too!
For Halloween, I made some fun little shirts for the kiddos, using freezer paper stencils, fabric paint, and regular and glow-in-the-dark puffy paint: (Wyatt was so excited I couldn't get a photo of ...
1/20/12 at 11:40 AM
Mocha Kissy Cookies require no kissing before eating
When you work with preschoolers as I did for many years during my career in early childhood education, you learn how to hold in your laughs. From the mouths of those sweet, innocent little children c...
12/4/11 at 10:27 PM Brie pairs up with Spiced Pecans for holiday appetizer 11/30/11 at 9:55 AM
Hold back those extra holiday pounds with a healthful holiday smoothie 12/19/10 at 1:01 AM
N.D. holiday tourism events
BISMARCK -- The state Tourism Division suggests these family-friendly events this holiday season. 15th annual Medoras Old Fashioned Cowboy Christmas Medora Dec. 3-4 Cowboys and cowgirls of all age...
12/3/10 at 11:27 AM
Hindus celebrate Ganeshotsav in Fargo
Hindus in Fargo will offer the community a glimpse of their religious tradition as they celebrate Ganeshotsav 2010 on Sunday. This is a little late, but ...... For many Hindus, Ganeshotsav commemo...
9/12/10 at 7:44 PM
The Red Bridge
When Far Guy was growing up..there was a bridge in town called the Red Bridge. Since I didn't grow up in town I was not privy to the "townies" secret language. The old red bridge just exists...
11/23/09 at 5:26 AM
The Flag at Fort Seward after the dedication, June 14, 2005. Flag day commemorates the adoption of the flag by the Second Continental Congress in 1777. Oddly enough it is not a Federal holiday. Even ...
6/14/09 at 4:00 AM