THE RACING LIFE Twists And Turns
Are you ready for the 2013 racing season? The Racing Life is. But with all the snow STILL on the ground here in North Dakota is seems like spring will never get here. So to get you in the mood... we m... Posted on 4/7/13 at 1:19 PM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF West Bank Wings
There's not much doubt that chicken wings are a Super Bowl party favorite. In fact, more than 1.23 billion wings will be eaten before, during and after the big game between the San Francisco 49ers and... Posted on 1/24/13 at 3:27 PM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Home Sweet Home: China in Minnesota
All of you who've read my posts are awesome. Thank you for following along. While I'm sad to see this journey end, I'm excited with anticipation because this was just my first try. I'll be writing man... Posted on 10/27/12 at 11:31 AM
STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Happy Birthday, White Cloud!
I've said it before, but Jamestown is the only city I know where you go to a birthday party and eat the relatives of the honoree.
The party, of course, was in honor of White Cloud, Jamestown's very f... Posted on 7/8/12 at 1:53 PM
In the decades after the Civil War, the nation's first black Army regiments guarded Yosemite and Sequoia national parks against poaching and timber thefts, a role that in hindsight made them some of the United States' first park rangers.
The National Buffalo Museum’s bison herd’s first calf of the year was born to one of the herd’s oldest and best-known animals.
White Cloud gave birth to her 10th calf — a brown heifer — on Monday.
White Cloud is a genetically-certified albino bison born at the Shirek Buffalo Farm at Michigan, N.D. Her first calf, named Princess Winona, was born in 2000 and was not albino. Her only white calf, Dakota Miracle, was born in 2007.
By Keith Norman, The Jamestown Sun
, April 24, 2013
CUSTER, S.D. (AP) — Two-year-old Jameson Maxwell sat mesmerized Monday as nearly 1,000 bison rumbled across the prairie in western South Dakota, the massive creatures racing at speeds of up to 50 mph in the annual Buffalo Roundup at Custer State Park.
Kristi Eaton, Associated Press
, September 25, 2012
Dozens of Native Americans wore the traditional garb of their ancestors, sang songs and beat drums on a western Connecticut farm Saturday in celebration of the birth of one of the world's rarest animals — a white bison.
Surgeon Timothy Jorden saved the lives of patients with gunshot wounds, lived in big home by Lake Erie and owned four vehicles. He was a product of a working-class neighborhood who became an Army officer before coming home to earn his medical degree.
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