Six eighth-graders at Bowbells Public School learned how to sew the high-tech way.
Their family and consumer science teacher, Valerie Aho, demonstrated sewing techniques from a television studio at MLS-Mohall High School about 35 miles away. Volunteers from the community stood by in the Bowbells classroom to help youngsters whose thread tangled in the machine or who couldn’t figure out how to sew a stitch.
By Andrea Johnson, not Daily News
, April 13, 2009
When you’re the homecoming king and your queen is your twin sister, there isn’t a lot of romance involved.
When it came time for homecoming king Terry Knutson to crown his sister, Tracy, the homecoming queen, “he just plopped it on her head,” said an amused superintendent Brent Johnston.
By Andrea Johnson, Minot Daily News
, September 24, 2008
A judge has taken away a man’s hunting, trapping and fishing privileges for 16 years in what wildlife officials are calling the longest suspension in a state hunting case.
Todd Siemers, 33, of Bowbells, was charged with eight counts of guiding or outfitting without a license. The Burke County charges come on top of violations in North Dakota and Nebraska.
August 01, 2008
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