THIS WOMAN WRITES Fried Dandelions
From Start Your Week with Steve, the weekly e-mail newsletter of Steve Henderson Fine Art
"Today my 18-year-old son wanted to make fried dandelions for lunch, a suggestion that initially didn't meet ... Posted on 4/15/13 at 6:22 PM
STAFF BLOG SUE DOEDEN'S ALL ABOUT FOOD I'm Smiling Now Risotto
Each time I pull "The Fine Art of Italian Cooking," by Giuliano Bugialli off the shelf, I have to chuckle as I think back to the time I met the author.
It was during the spring of 2007. I was atten... Posted on 3/13/11 at 1:53 PM
The Wheat Growers grain and agronomy cooperative in the Dakotas will pay an $812,000 federal fine in connection with the death of an employee at the group's McLaughlin, S.D., facility about two years ago.
The Arts Center has announced the awards for the 46th Annual Jamestown Fine Arts Association Art Show.
Matthew Wallace, from the North Dakota Museum of Art in Grand Forks, judged the show. According to the Arts Center gallery manager, Sally Jeppson, Wallace was pleased with the number of up-and-coming artists who entered their work in this year’s show.
Toyota hurriedly ordered recalls of nearly 10,000 Lexus SUVs for possible rollover dangers Monday and agreed to a record $16.4 million fine for a slow response in its broader earlier recall, scrambling to fix safety worries that threaten the Japanese auto giant’s reputation.
The fine, the maximum under law, could hurt Toyota Motor Corp.’s image more than its financial bottom line: The penalty is the equivalent of a little more than $2 for every vehicle the company sold around the globe in 2009. And analysts said it would have little impact on dozens of private lawsuits, which have been combined before a federal judge in Santa Ana, Calif.
The government is seeking to fine Toyota a record $16.4 million, accusing the Japanese auto giant of hiding a “dangerous defect” in its slow reporting of faulty gas pedals that have been blamed for unintended sudden accelerations and motorists’ deaths.
Serena Williams was fined a record $82,500 for her tirade at a U.S. Open line judge and could be suspended from that tournament if she has another “major offense” at any Grand Slam in the next two years.
The NFL has fined Titans owner Bud Adams $250,000 for making an obscene gesture at Buffalo fans while celebrating Tennessee’s victory over the Bills.
Commissioner Roger Goodell notified Adams of the fine Monday, and league spokesman Greg Aiello said it is for conduct detrimental to the NFL. Adams was seen making the gesture while in his luxury suite and again on the field after Sunday’s 41-17 victory.
The deadline has passed for submitting claims in a federal class action lawsuit against the city of Fargo over traffic fines.
Notices were sent to drivers letting them know they were eligible for part of the $1.5 million settlement. Monday was the deadline to submit a claim.
The NFL assessed $125,000 in fines to the New York Jets and former coach Eric Mangini on Wednesday for violating the league’s rules on injury reporting with former quarterback Brett Favre last season.
The Jets failed to place Favre, now with the Minnesota Vikings, on the injury report during the final month of last season even though he had a torn biceps tendon.
The NBA has fined three teams an undisclosed amount for leaking details of their schedules before the league released them.
The Cleveland Cavaliers, Houston Rockets and Minnesota Timberwolves were penalized.
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