THIS WOMAN WRITES Chickens, Dishwashing, and Keynesian Economics
You know, you wouldn't think that Sicilian Buttercup chickens would have much to do with the U.S. economy, healthcare -- yours or society's -- or even whether to wash your dishes by hand or use a dish... Posted on 5/10/13 at 2:48 PM
REAL OILFIELD WIVES Your Guide to Monthly Subscription Boxes
It's not a secret that I love to shop. I especially love shopping when I don't need to leave my house! Monthly subscription boxes... they're everywhere these days. Beauty products, crafts, beer, toys.... Posted on 3/16/13 at 4:06 PM
STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN Happy trails DD
The greatest Green Bay Packers wide receiver in team history, Donald Driver, formally announced his retirement today.
I know it's just a game and has little meaning for most of us, but watching DD as... Posted on 2/6/13 at 3:26 PM
GREGOR'S PACKER ANALYSIS GPA Divisional Round Recap
Gregors Packer Analysis
Divisional Round Recap
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The Ravens surprise the Broncos in the second overtime
The Falcons blow a 20 point lead before coming back
The Patriots cruise
The 49er... Posted on 1/15/13 at 6:24 PM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Fair Weather Fan
Tonight the Minnesota Vikings square off against the Green Bay Packers in what should be an interesting game regardless of the outcome. Most of the people in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iow... Posted on 1/5/13 at 8:39 AM
TUCSON, Ariz. — Some 2,000 mourners packed a Catholic church to honor Christina Taylor Green, the bubbly 9-year-old who was the youngest victim of the Arizona shootings, while hundreds more lined streets outside in a show of unity and support.
By Gillian Flaccus, The Associated Press
, January 15, 2011
Maynard Helgaas, president of Green Vision Group, looks at green energy as rural economic development. He made his presentation to members of the Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. and its guests Thursday.
“We are designing this project for rural communities,” he said. “Our goal is to add a new high-value crop for the farmers and process it near where it is grown.”
United Tribes Technical College is hosting a conference later this month on opportunities for developing “green energy” programs and initiatives on reservations.
The information and training session for tribal personnel is set for March 30 on the Bismarck campus.
At first it looked as though the 32nd Runnin O’ the Green was going to post some disappointing numbers, but instead it turned into a record year with 1,882 registered participants.
“That was definitely an all-time high,” said Larry Knoblich, the run’s founder. “But at 1 (p.m.) the people doing the registering were saying ‘is anybody going to show?’”
By Toni Pirkl, The Jamestown Sun
, March 22, 2010
Once again we are nearing the “Running o’ the Green.” And though I am well aware that this is a controversial subject every year, I would like to go on the positive side and remind people that it is for a very good cause. Larry Knoblich and his “little leprechauns” have spent endless hours organizing this event, to try to make it a fun and safe fundraiser.
The Jamestown-Valley City Prowl Pee Wee Green hockey team went 0-2 last weekend, losing 3-0 to the Fargo Raiders and 9-1 to the Fargo Angels.
Goaltender Zach Hanson had 65 saves combined in the two games.
The lone goal was scored by John Halgrimson with assists to Erik and Alex Milender.
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