THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Fitch's Bridge coming down
Groton, Mass. (USA)
A few months ago, this bridge was featured in an article on the massacre of historic bridges in the United States, which had caused alarm to many who were attached to them and t... Posted on 4/18/13 at 7:34 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Yangshuo: Grateful for Rain
Yes, that's right. I was grateful for the "bad" weather during my time there. Crazy, huh? Well, normally I'd wish for blue skies just like the next fella, but something about this place made the rain ... Posted on 6/16/12 at 9:32 AM
STAFF BLOG SHOOTIN' THE WIT Rookie Rider - Bike MS
Its a great personal challenge and youll have that good feeling of knowing youve made a difference, said Amy Hinkemeyer, Bike MS Event Manager, in our interview two weeks ago.
When Amy spoke these wo... Posted on 8/6/10 at 10:42 AM
Keith Schoon can still operate a bicycle repair shop out of his West Fargo home garage, but he needs to make some changes, city officials said.
Since June 2008, the 65-year-old retiree has repaired hundreds of bicycles that he either sells at a small profit, or donates free of charge to neighborhood children — an act some West Fargo residents have praised as “a service to the community.”
By Kristen M. Daum, Forum Communications Co.
, May 14, 2010
STURGIS, S.D. (AP) — Bikers headed home throughout the weekend as the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally officially ended on Sunday.
The motorcycle parking on Sturgis' Main Street is gone, opening the road to all traffic.
Baby boomers rumbling through South Dakota now outnumber their younger motorcycle comrades, shrugging off sports cars in search of motorized freedom. But they also account for the most accidents.
That’s why safety groups are trying to persuade biker boomers to wear helmets and protective clothing as they roll into the Black Hills for the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. The weeklong event that attracted more than 400,000 people last year begins today.
By Carson Walker, The Associated Press
, August 03, 2009
A girl was treated for moderate injuries after she was struck by a van Tuesday, according to the Jamestown Police Department.
Lynnette Kriedeman, 50, 710 Ninth Ave. S.E., was driving a 1999 Ford van around 4:20 p.m. Tuesday. She had stopped the vehicle at a stop sign, facing eastbound at the intersection of 11th Street and Fifth Avenue Northeast.
A University of North Dakota student senator says he’s working to revive a borrowed bicycle project on campus.
Kyle Wanner said the Green Bike project provides students with bikes to get to class and around town.
A Fargo man has been arrested for stealing a bike — right in front of a cop.
Authorities said an officer was filling out a report in his patrol car when he looked up and saw 25-year-old Joseph Jada pull a bike from a bike rack and get ready to pedal away.
Bob Mortimer will be the guest preacher at a Bluegrass Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday at the Frontier Village Amphitheater. Mortimer and his family are in the midst of a 3,900-mile bike journey that began May 17 at Puget Sound, Wash., and will conclude Sept. 11 in New York.
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