THE RACING LIFE Holiday Weekend
Thank you to our troops past and present. We hope everyone has a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend. And it's a huge weekend for racing with the Indy 500 and the Coke 600... who are your picks to be ... Posted on 5/26/12 at 11:47 AM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND VIDEO: National 9/11 Flag event honors North Dakota heroes
BISMARCK--One of the best parts of my job is covering stories that recognize North Dakotans for the work they do to make the state a better place.
Yesterday's event at the state Capitol honored a doz... Posted on 8/13/11 at 12:11 PM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Wild Iris
It is summer now, we have had summer for three whole days..and it has rained and rained. Finally yesterday afternoon we saw the sun. That has been our weather pattern, it rains for three o... Posted on 6/24/11 at 6:05 AM
STAFF BLOG EVERYTHING ELSE BY FORUM REPORTER J. SHANE MERCER Scott Hennen says he's had "several new offers" come his way
For those following the news surrounding conservative radio talk show host Scott Hennen, Idropped him an e-mail yesterday andrecieved a reply late that evening.He didn't have an announcement about h... Posted on 9/12/10 at 11:55 PM
STAFF BLOG JAMESTOWN PLUS 50 Flag Day
The Flag at Fort Seward after the dedication, June 14, 2005.
Flag day commemorates the adoption of the flag by the Second Continental Congress in 1777.
Oddly enough it is not a Federal holiday. Even ... Posted on 6/14/09 at 4:00 AM
North Dakota Gov. John Hoeven will join U.S. Postal Service Dakotas District Manager Clem Felchle and Bismarck Postmaster Teresa Lumley to unveil and dedicate a commemorative stamp honoring the North Dakota state flag.
The ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday in Memorial Hall at the State Capitol in Bismarck.
A measure that promotes American-made American flags has been reconsidered after the North Dakota House approved the wrong version of the bill.
As approved by the Senate, the bill says state and local governments cannot buy the Stars and Stripes unless the flag is made in the United States.
The snow and cold weather on Nov. 10 did not deter the American flag retirement ceremony held south of Medina High School.
The ceremony was conducted by Medina American Legion, Adam Job Post #245 and Legion Auxiliary Unit #245.
Legion Auxiliary President Mabel Cowell, coordinated and emceed the event.
In the past years there has been a resurgence of patriotic pride. The U.S flag can be seen flying everywhere as a symbol of unity, to remember men and women serving in our military, and to remember those who have fought and died for our country. Many individuals asking questions about proper flag etiquette have contacted the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary and we appreciate their questions.
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