STAFF BLOG ON TV My "Idol" days might be numbered
I've watched American Idol nearly from the start. As the mom of a newborn that summer of 2002 it was fun to watch while I fed the baby.
I was draw in by Kelly vs Justin. (Although, I'm happy to say I... Posted on 1/17/13 at 1:09 PM
THE RACING LIFE Bras On Broadway Benefit
Bras on Broadway supports those in the Fargo, ND area fighting breast cancer by providing accommodations, gas cards and wigs. Last year, Bras on Broadway donated more than $102,000 to the American Ca... Posted on 10/8/12 at 9:18 PM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND The Most Excellent Flight Attendant EVER!
I left home on Sunday to speak at a conference in Michigan. I had quite an exciting trip overall, and you can read more about that by clicking here. But this is a fun story that happened before things... Posted on 5/10/12 at 6:00 AM
American Airlines played catch-up Wednesday, resuming most flights and even adding a handful that weren't on the schedule to help passengers stranded by a massive technology failure that grounded the carrier's entire U.S. fleet a day earlier.
The Supreme Court is trying to sort out a wrenching adoption case involving a Native American child, a biological father who first renounced any interest in her and adoptive parents who were eventually ordered to hand her over to the father.
Startlingly — and wholly involuntarily — President Obama is teaching us that, as Thomas Jefferson often said, “the people are the ultimate guardians of their own liberty.” The growing resistance to the president’s goal of state-controlled health care is moving more of us to act on our constitutional power to protect our quintessential individual liberty — to decide for ourselves how long we are going to stay on this Earth.
Nat Henthoff, Frist Amendment
, August 28, 2009
American Crystal Sugar Co. has increased its projected payment for the 2008 crop.
The Red River Valley sugar beet cooperative has told shareholders the payment will be $49 per ton. That’s up $2 per ton from the projection in March, and up from the initial $44.40 projected during the company’s annual meeting last December.
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.
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