THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG How Old is Too Old?
Recently I was driving within the city limits with my 8 year old daughter. As I typically do, I travel about 35 miles per hour when the posted speed is 30 mph. Surprisingly I quickly approached the ... Posted on 5/21/13 at 11:37 AM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Life in “Standby” Mode?
It is the second half of the school year, and I am traveling quite a bit around the state of Minnesota. As the dean of students for an online school, my primary role is to deal with attendance issues.... Posted on 3/1/13 at 7:35 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Yangshuo or Bust
Hello Readers! This is the last time you'll have the pleasure to hear (or that I'll get to bug you) about my fund-raising drive for my book and eBook based on the articles on this blog. The book will ... Posted on 6/1/12 at 11:50 PM
HEALTHBEAT Driven to distraction
On your morning commute to work or school today, did you notice what the motorists around you were doing? Were they yakking on their cell phone while sipping coffee or eating breakfast? Were they fidd... Posted on 4/20/11 at 3:17 PM
The doctor never spent a night in jail.
It was April 1980, prom night at Fargo’s North High. Fifteen-year-old Leah Eisenhardt and her friends weren’t old enough to go, so they went to Dairy Queen instead and headed home for a sleepover. On the way home, they blew a tire on a county road north of Fargo.
By Marino Eccher , Forum Communications
, October 06, 2012
The North Dakota Department of Transportation will be holding the “Ford Driving Skills for Life” event Saturday, June 9, at the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Fargo. The event is open to teenage drivers between the ages of 14 and 18 who have a valid learner’s permit or driver’s license.
The Stutsman County Area Retired Teacher Association in Jamestown will host an AARP Driver Safety Program on Jan. 19. The program will be held at the James River Senior and Community Center beginning at 10 a.m. The class lasts four hours. There will be a break for lunch, so it will finish at approximately 2 p.m.
During November, veterans and active military personnel and their dependents are eligible for a free AARP safe driving course. Whether they active duty, retired, guard or reserve, they are eligible for this free, four-hour course. There is no age restriction.
During November, veterans and active military personnel and their dependents are eligible for a free AARP safe driving course. Whether they are active duty, retired, guard or reserve, they are eligible for this free, four-hour course. There is no age restriction.
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