STAFF BLOG SUE DOEDEN'S ALL ABOUT FOOD We've got the beet -- sweet!
It was 7:00 a.m. and I was already roasting a pan of beets in the oven. It made the house smell earthy and sweet -- a lot like the flavor of beets.
I was anxious to try a recipe from Diane Welland'... Posted on 8/14/10 at 7:00 PM
STAFF BLOG SHOOTIN' THE WIT Your cleanup week personality
The week has come for everyone to wear their junk on their curb.
Not only does cleanup week have people tossing out their embarrassingly worn-out furniture and ancient appliances, it also brings out ... Posted on 4/30/10 at 11:56 AM
The April 27 Rotary meeting was presided over by President Tom Boerger. Doug Frohlich gave the invocation, Selmer Spitzer led the music, and Gail Martin collected numerous “Happy Dollars” for Rotary projects.
Soon, Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., John Kerry, D-Mass., and Joe Lieberman, I-Conn., are expected to release a clean energy jobs bill. These senators have been working hard with their colleagues to come up with the best approach possible to create jobs, make us energy independent and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. They have not focused on a Democratic approach or a Republican approach but instead, focused on finding balanced non-partisan solutions.
University of North Dakota officials say they will release a plan early next year to switch to cleaner-burning fuel.
UND students who are members of the Sierra Club demonstrated Wednesday in front of the coal-fired steam plant on campus, saying it was responsible for more than 60 percent of the university’s carbon emissions. They want UND to shut it down.
Hunter Braunberger, a fifth-grader at St. John’s Academy, won first place in North Dakota’s Keep N.D. Clean poster contest. This contest is sponsored by the North Dakota Forest Service and Project Learning Tree. The title this year was North Dakota “Trees are terrific … inside and out.”
Jamestown’s City-wide Cleanup Week went generally well this year, according to Bill Snyder, the city’s sanitation foreman, netting slightly more than 274 tons of material.
“We had no breakdown of equipment and nobody got hurt,” Snyder said of the street department’s annual collection of residential rubbish. “The weather was helpful as well.”
May 24, 2008
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