THIS WOMAN WRITES Artisan Cheese and Twinkies
You'll be happy to know that the batch of cheese I'm working on this morning is turning out much better than what I made on Sunday.
I know. I didn't tell you about Sunday's failure because I didn't... Posted on 5/3/13 at 2:46 PM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES The Bridgehunter’s Chronicles Rehabilitated!
Some changes in the online column to make it appear more attractive to the readers.
In the past couple weeks, some of you have been seeing some road work done to the Bridgehunters Chronicles and it... Posted on 5/4/12 at 7:28 AM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Travel alert for Europe
How will the travel alert for Europe affect your plans?
From the U.S. State Department:
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Bureau of Consular Affairs
October 3, 2010
The State Department al... Posted on 10/3/10 at 9:44 AM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND PETA
Evidently PETA isn't satisfied with their work in the US and Europe, now they are taking their 'mission' to the Middle East. "you" can have PETA. Stay there. Here's the scoop:
PETA is ... Posted on 7/29/10 at 11:49 AM
Germany dispatched thousands of soldiers Tuesday to help cities and towns cope with flooding from the rain-soaked Danube and other southern rivers — reinforcements that came a day after the Bavarian city of Passau saw its worst flooding since 1501.
Taco Bell is the latest restaurant chain to acknowledge that its food has been adulterated with horse meat, yanking a variety of ground beef products from its three British outlets and issuing an apology to its patrons Friday.
President Barack Obama is looking for a new candidate to lead American and allied forces in Europe after his first choice, Marine Gen. John Allen, bowed out Tuesday and announced his intention to retire for what he called personal reasons.
BRUSSELS (AP) — Irene Fernandez lost her job with Spain's postal service five months ago, a victim of government spending cuts. Since then, she's been getting by on spending money from her mother and the $530 a month she earns grooming dogs for neighbors. Fernandez, 24, has had one job interview.
David McHugh and Paul Wiseman, AP Business Writers
, July 10, 2012
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — European banks, flush with cheap credit from the European Central Bank, are making it easier for consumers and companies to get loans — but demand for credit remains very low due to worries over the region's economic prospects.
BRUSSELS (AP) — Half the economies in the 17-nation eurozone are forecast to shrink this year, raising concerns that government austerity programs introduced to combat unsustainable debt levels are holding back growth.
Gabrielle Steinhauser and Pan Pylas, Associated Press
, February 23, 2012
Standard & Poor's swept the debt-ridden European continent with punishing credit downgrades Friday, stripping France of its coveted AAA status and dropping Italy even lower. Germany retained its top-notch rating, but Portugal's debt was consigned to junk.
BRUSSELS (AP) — Germany and France will push for a broad treaty "refounding and rethinking the organization of Europe," French President Nicolas Sarkozy declared Thursday. He said that without some new "convergence" among European countries, the continent's crushing debt could destroy the euro.
Pan Pylas and Raf Casert, Associated Press
, December 01, 2011
European leaders agreed Thursday morning on a crucial plan to reduce Greece's debts and provide it with more rescue loans so that the faltering country can eventually dig out from under its debt burden.
ROME (AP) — A loosely linked movement of European anarchists who want to bring down state and financial institutions is becoming more violent and coordinated after decades out of the spotlight, and may be responding to social tensions spawned by the continent's financial crisis, security experts say.
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is considering telling U.S. citizens to be vigilant as they travel in Europe, updated guidance prompted by fresh al-Qaida threats, American and European officials told The Associated Press on Saturday.
By Eileen Sullivan, The Associated Press
, October 04, 2010
MADRID (AP) — A rare advisory for U.S. travelers to beware of potential terrorist threats in Europe drew American shrugs Sunday from Paris to Rome, but tourism officials worried that it could deter would-be visitors from moving ahead with plans to cross the Atlantic.
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