STAFF BLOG SHOOTIN' THE WIT Exercise Your Heart
Sundays must be designated as kid day at Family Wellness. Theyre everywhere. Little boys and girls run around inside the facility finding anything to make it their playground. They bounce on Bosu bal... Posted on 12/16/12 at 10:42 PM
MEDORA, N.D. Medora Musical Opening Weekend Activities
May 30, 2012
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Medora Musicalopening weekend offers activities ... Posted on 6/6/12 at 3:43 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Hunting Works advocates stress sport's impact
BISMARCK Hunting in North Dakota has a $278 million ripple effect on the states economy and supports nearly 3,000 jobs each year, hunting advocates say.
A new organization called Hunting Works for No... Posted on 10/18/10 at 2:46 PM
A West Fargo man charged with attempted murder in a shooting in the North Dakota oil patch city of Williston has been sentenced on a lesser charge, angering the paralyzed victim and the city's police chief.
Police searched Friday for a Range Rover with dark tinted windows and custom rims that set off a fiery crash on the Las Vegas Strip when someone in the luxury SUV opened fire on a Maserati in a scene that onlookers described as worthy of an action flick.
A shooting spree early Tuesday left three people dead and two others injured in Orange County, and the search for the gunman ended when he shot himself to death in a stolen car as police closed in, authorities said.
Politicians love to portray themselves as good ol’ country boys and girls who are just like you — they grew up in a small town or on a farm, and they grew up with hunting and shooting. They’d have you believe that they continue to have an undying respect for the Second Amendment and firearms.
In truth, they regard bumpkins like us with suspicion, they left the small town or farm as soon as they could get the hell away from it, and they haven’t picked up a gun in decades, let alone gone hunting or target shooting.
Law enforcement weapons, technology and tactics have evolved 30 years after two U.S. marshals were killed in a shootout outside of Medina, N.D.
Gordon Kahl and his son, Yorie, were involved in a shootout that left U.S. Marshal Kenneth Muir and Deputy Marshal Bob Cheshire dead on Feb. 13, 1983.
By Ben Rodgers, The Jamestown Sun
, February 13, 2013
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