SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Recent Reads
In the past few weeks, I have read (actually listened) two great books. My new car habit is to have at least two books along for the many rides that I take. It takes 20 minutes to drive to and from wo... Posted on 3/21/12 at 5:30 AM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Fire in the barn
Early Saturday morning I was awakened by thunder and lightening. Chance was nervoushe laid right beside me and panted. I dozed..Far Guy woke me up and said he was leaving Terrys barn is on... Posted on 7/25/11 at 6:05 AM
STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN Farm Aid: A review complete with videos
I drove and drove and drove and drove and on Saturday morning I finally arrived at Miller Park in Milwaukee for Farm Aid 25: Growing Hope For America.
The show kicked off at 1 p.m. but I was hungry ... Posted on 10/7/10 at 10:25 AM
STAFF BLOG FAITH FORUM 'Christianity Today' lists stuff Christian hipsters like
"Christianity Today" did a cover story on hipster faith. Along with it, they listed some stuff that Christian hipsters like. Here's some of it.
Authors: C. S. Lewis, Walker Percy, Dorothy Sayers, Ter... Posted on 9/3/10 at 5:42 PM
North Dakota’s honorary horse breed doesn’t get the respect supporters believe it’s due in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
They’ve turned to the North Dakota Legislature to send a message to the National Park Service to work to preserve the Nokota horse breed, which traces its lineage to Indian ponies and early ranch stock in the Badlands.
“It’s a question of doing a right thing,” said Frank Kuntz of the Nokota Horse Conservancy in Linton. “These horses have a wonderful history and they deserve that recognition.”
By Patrick Springer, Forum News Service
, February 19, 2013
BISMARCK (AP) — A recent case of officials in Burleigh and Morton counties finding 99 dead horses in a man’s custody and seizing an additional 157 live ones that hadn’t been properly cared for has brought new attention to North Dakota’s animal welfare laws, described by many to be among the weakest in the country.
Jenny Michael, Bismarck Tribune
, February 11, 2013
Officials in central North Dakota who have asked for custody of 157 horses that were seized from a New Salem man because of alleged neglect told a judge Thursday that they want to put them up for adoption.
Pepper is alive, she appears to be OK despite dropping about 200 pounds in weight, and she’s going home.
And Madi Georgia, the 6-year-old New York girl who sent her “life savings” to help ailing North Dakota horses such as Pepper, may get a special tribute from Pepper’s grateful owner.
By Chuck Haga, Forum News Service
, February 07, 2013
DICKINSON, N.D. — A horse on a farm east of Dickinson was recovering Friday from an apparent sexual assault, an illegal act ranchers suggest happens all too often in this area, but rarely gets reported.
Katherine Grandstrand, Forum News Service
, January 28, 2013
While reviewers endorse Stephen Spielberg’s “War Horse,” a movie about the bond between a horse and a young man, the media is salivating at the controversy of reinstating horse slaughter on American soil.
I am a member of the North Dakota Anti Horse Slaughter Coalition based out of Mandan, N.D. It provides fact-based information to people who would like to learn more about the inhumanities of horse slaughter and the negative social aspects of it.
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