THIS WOMAN WRITES Dropping the Name of Jesus
Has this ever happened to you?
You're at some religious function (I don't do these any more, but the memories are strong), and as part of an ice-breaking game, you're asked, "What three books would y... Posted on 5/22/13 at 2:41 PM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND want to be a game warden?
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has scheduled an examination to select candidates for the position of district game warden. The test is at 10 a.m., Jan. 18, at the department's main office i... Posted on 12/26/12 at 12:56 PM
STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN Dikembe Mutombo
While on Facebook a few days ago, one of the guys in my fantasy basketball league sent me a link to an online 8-bit style video game.
This free game contains a few of my favorite things, thats why Im... Posted on 12/11/12 at 2:23 PM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Marinated Duck Breast with Mango Salsa
Not everyone likes wild game. Perhaps the two biggest complaints that its detractors have is that it is hard to cook and doesn't taste good. That couldnt be further from the truth if the meat has bee... Posted on 9/5/12 at 4:15 PM
Whether it’s online or off, it’s clear this man is a master of Magic.
Brad Nelson is a world renowned player of “Magic: The Gathering” and was recently named the 2010 Pro Player of the Year, a title reserved for the player who has earned the most pro points over the course of a season. The year Nelson was named Player of the Year was the first time ever that there has been a tie for the title — in the tie-breaker in February 2010, Nelson walked away the champion.
By Carrie Sandstrom , Bismarck Tribune
, October 03, 2011
Not long ago I was discussing the puzzling nature of game bird bag limits with a friend who was for three decades a wildlife biologist and manager for a western wildlife agency. I pointed out that during an increase in the Hungarian partridge population more than 25 years ago, the State of Montana increased the daily bag limit from five or six birds to its current eight birds. Yet in spite of the fact that partridge numbers never have been as high as those years in the late ‘80s, the eight-bird-a-day, four-day possession limit of 32 has remained in place all these years.
When Steve Benson markets his self-designed board game, he opens with: “Would you be open to playing a game that advances peace, love and inspiration wisdom?”
And 99 percent of the time, it works. People are genuinely intrigued by a board game that doesn’t revolve around mindless competition.
By Matthew R. Perrine, Forum Communications Co.
, November 24, 2009
In the story on Bill Wilson’s retirement from the Stutsman County Fair Board on page A1 in Saturday’s Sun, Ray Game was not driving the car pulling the “kite man” when the kite collapsed. Game said he had driven the car for performances the previous two days in front of the grandstand, but the kite man found another driver for the third performance.
The North Dakota Game Wardens Association has a $300 scholarship available for a graduating high school senior entering college in fall 2009 who enrolls in fisheries or wildlife management with an emphasis on law enforcement.
A federal appeals court has issued a decision that could reinstate the conviction of a Pierre game processor who argued a federal game warden had framed him for possessing untagged geese.
A magistrate judge found Caleb Gilkerson guilty of violating the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and fined him $2,100.
Former South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Secretary John Cooper has asked Ducks Unlimited members to write to Gov. Mike Rounds and ask him to have the state take part in the federal sod saver program to save native prairie.
BISMARCK — A legislative committee recommended this morning that the House kill off the bill that would require an annual football game between North Dakota State University and the University of North Dakota.
hearing for a North Dakota state employee charged with driving under the influence is set for Feb. 4 in Brown County, S.D.
Dick Knapp, 62, is on leave from his position as regional supervisor for the North Dakota Department of Game and Fish in Jamestown until he retires Jan. 31, said Bob Timian, chief game warden.
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