THIS WOMAN WRITES The Common Cold and Common Sense
Well, guess who's feeling yucky these days.
There's me, for one (and yes, you are right; that is written in a grammatically incorrect fashion, which just goes to show how yucky I'm feeling). And Tire... Posted on 3/27/13 at 1:55 PM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Greek Potato Salad
Potato salad is not exclusive to the Americas. It comes in many forms and is extremely popular worldwide. And just about everyone has a favorite potato salad recipe.
Of course, like most other people... Posted on 1/28/13 at 3:56 PM
STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN So cold in So-Cal
Apparently its very, very cold in Southern California.
Just how cold is it?
These over dramatic talking heads will let you know.
They wouldnt last a day in No Dak.
... Posted on 1/16/13 at 6:13 PM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG Where's My Remote Car Starter?
The temperatures are dropping in Duluth and when the temps drop it's time to warm up the car before you embark on your adventure. Unfortunately if you don't have a remote car starter it is illegal to ... Posted on 1/7/13 at 11:15 AM
CLOUDBURST Cold Enough For You?
Doesn't it seem like whenever this time of year rolls around there's always that one person who just HAS to ask you that question? Despite my not being a North Dakota native, I've grown to love liv... Posted on 12/10/12 at 12:26 AM
It’s no joke: Fargo has been named one of the “Top 10 Winter Cities” by the website Livability.com.
North Dakota’s largest city was ranked second only to Anchorage, Alaska, on the list released Wednesday.
By Mike Nowatzki, Forum Communications Co.
, December 15, 2011
The National Weather Service is not abandoning wind chill. They will just be talking about it less.
“Wind chill with a different name,” is what National Weather Service meteorologist Greg Gust called the agency’s move toward issuing extreme weather warnings rather than wind chill warnings.
By Christopher Bjorke, Forum Communications Co.
, November 09, 2011
It’s been a cold winter for much of the U.S., and AccuWeather.com reported last week that it just might end up being the coldest winter for the country as a whole since the 1980s or even the late 1910s.
By Ryan Johnson, Forum Communications Co.
, February 07, 2011
A blustery weekend forecast has already taken a toll on sporting events in the Jamestown area.
Jim Roaldson, activities director for the Jamestown Public Schools announced the postponement of all games and practices for Friday evening. This includes the Jamestown High School boy’s hockey game versus Minot which was postponed to Jan. 31 and the girl’s hockey game with Fargo North that has not been rescheduled.
Snow and cold is socking parts of the Dakotas.
The National Weather service said as much as 8 inches of snow could accumulate in northeastern South Dakota and southeastern North Dakota by Tuesday, with strong winds blowing it around.
The Agriculture Department says late-January storms halted the much-delayed corn harvest in North Dakota and added stress to livestock.
The department said in its weekly crop report that power outages in western and south central North Dakota also caused worries about water availability for animals.
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