THIS WOMAN WRITES I Want to Be Moses
I want to be Moses.
Admittedly, there are a few impediments: Moses is another person; he is no longer alive; he was male -- even in today's remarkably tolerant societal structure these are factors ... Posted on 6/19/13 at 11:49 AM
LITERARY ENGINEER The Big Reveal
Welcome to the Big Reveal
I enjoy reading author interviews, but often times they dont ask the kindsof questions I wonder about. So Ive assembled a group of writers atall levels, from... Posted on 6/19/13 at 1:00 AM
SIOUX FOOTBALL INSIDER June Random Updates
There have a been a couple newsworthy items that have popped up in the last couple weeks concerning UND Football. June is obviously a slow time of the year so when something actually does happen it be... Posted on 6/18/13 at 9:59 AM
ASTRO BOB Big Dipper sure, but have you seen the Great Bear?
The Big Dipper is the #1 most familiar star group in the northern hemisphere. Just about everyone has seen it. Orion comes in second and everything else a distant third. As many of you already know,... Posted on 6/15/13 at 8:40 PM
STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG 2013 Countdown: #79
Apologize for the delay on our countdown; we'll crank out a few this weekend to get caught up; let's start with a number that I'm sure will cause debate:
Countdown To 2013: NerdStat #79
5:... Posted on 6/15/13 at 2:08 AM
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Five power companies will decide this fall whether to move forward on a proposed $1.6 billion coal-fired power plant that would serve more than a million customers in Minnesota, the Dakotas, Montana and Iowa.
By Dirk Lammers, The Associated Press
, July 25, 2009
BISMARCK — The North Dakota House this afternoon turned back a bill that would have exempted Ford, Chrysler and General Motors vehicles from the state motor vehicle excise tax. House Bill 1539 was rejected on a 64-29 vote.
WASHINGTON — Weary Democratic congressional leaders pushed to clear the final obstacles to a $15 bil-lion bailout of U.S. automakers Tuesday night, but the rescue plan faced new snags as Republicans raised deep concerns.
When Big Brown turned for home, something wasn’t right.
Jockey Kent Desormeaux knew the big bay colt was finished. Trainer Rick Dutrow Jr., who guaranteed racing’s first Triple Crown in 30 years, knew it, too.
Big Sky Airlines executives failed to honor a key labor contract as they liquidated the company, according to a lawsuit filed by former employees who allege wrongful termination and breech of contract.
The Triple Crown trail is littered with colts whose feet failed them along the way. Less than 24 hours before the biggest horse race in three decades, favorite Big Brown and his Japanese challenger, Casino Drive, took steps in opposite directions.
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