BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NORTH DAKOTA Cherie & Katie’s story: How we helped in family’s time of need
By Ryan Schuster
Cherie Jensen was on the liver transplant list when she received the ultimate gift of love from her family. Cheries daughter, Nikki, offered to be a liver donor to help her mom, but ... Posted on 5/10/13 at 1:13 PM
THE RACING LIFE Storage Wars - Barry Weiss
For you Storage Wars fans... Barry Weiss knows his racing! He was in Fargo to do The Christopher Gabriel Program where I work and so I gave him a couple of The Racing Life on DVD. He said he was plann... Posted on 1/30/12 at 7:00 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Heating bill help available for low-income families
Low-income individuals and families concerned about winter heating costs can begin applying for help Friday.
The federally-funded Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program pays for part of the heatin... Posted on 9/30/10 at 2:45 PM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND CRP signup
Information to share from the Farm Service Agency regarding the
Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) and the new Voluntary Public Access and
Habitat Incentive Program (VPA-HIP)
FSA has announced a g... Posted on 8/2/10 at 5:37 AM
Job Service North Dakota is seeking businesses and young people, ages 14-24, to participate in a statewide summer youth employment program, May 1-Sept. 30, as part of the federal economic stimulus plan.
Help for Hope and Healing, a cancer support network, is hosting a program titled “The Emotions of Cancer” for cancer patients and their families at 7 p.m. on March 10 at the Otter Tail Power Community Room, 315 Second St. S.E.,
Severe injury rates in North Dakota have declined 47 percent since 1995 and to ensure this trend continues Workforce Safety & Insurance is offering new safety grant and discount programs aimed at further reducing the frequency of workplace injuries.
Arguments about a ballot measure that would devote more state money to anti-tobacco programs go deeper than dollars. Supporters believe the measure will promote savings on health care costs while opponents say the extra cash will never be enough.
The AAUW, Jamestown Branch October meeting will be a voter educational program. Stuart Savelkoul, Partners to Protect North Dakota’s Future, will discuss Measure 1, a constitutional amendment that creates a new trust fund for surplus oil tax revenues, and Measure 2, tax cuts for individuals and corporations.
All kindergarten through seventh-grade children are invited to join the WINGS (Witness IN God’s Service) program at Atonement Lutheran Church, 1009 12th Ave. N.E., on Wednesdays. This midweek program is on Wednesdays from 3:10 to 5 p.m. and includes snacks, games, music, Bible lessons with activities and service projects. Club 6-7, for sixth and seventh grades, will be held separately from the elementary program and will include leadership training with an emphasis on evangelism, out-reach and service.
Lifetime EyeCare is participating in the Meta-MORE-Phosis program de-signed to improve employee morale and efficiency while boosting an overall positive workplace culture. The unique program is being hailed by national experts as one of the best ways to decrease turnover and tension and increase profits and workplace passion.
This Wednesday’s “Even-ing in the Garden” will feature Gretchen Barnick of Country Gardens Floral and Greenhouse Inc. presenting the topic “Annual Planters for Color.” The talk begins at 7 p.m. in the community flower garden on First Avenue South. Bring a lawn chair.
The Jamestown Parks Program will be at the Jamestown Municipal Pool from 1 to 4:15 p.m. today. The cost is $2 a person. Meidinger, Klaus and Nickeus parks supervised programs will be closed for the afternoon. For more information, call the Jamestown Parks and Recreation office, 252-3982.
Fences have separated the peoples of North Dakota, particularly Indians and non-Indians. These barriers are constructs of culture as much as they are literally fences that separate. Dr. Greg Gagnon (Bad River Chippewa) will also address means to reduce the impact of the barriers. After the presentation, Gagnon will answer questions.
The presentation is at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Barnes County Historical Society Museum.
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