THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES K-Truss Bridge
Before I go into the topic on K-truss bridges, the second of many to come in a series on unusual bridge designs, I would like to tell you how I managed to come across this bridge, located over the M... Posted on 6/14/13 at 12:29 AM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Scotch Eggs
The London Olympics are finally here. And with it, there will be a lot of people tuning in their televisions to check out the action. And with all of this TV watching, there will be a lot of eating ta... Posted on 7/27/12 at 7:25 PM
STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG Jeremy Gordon
Here is the highlight tape of Jeremy Gordon, the defense end from North Dakota StateCollege of Science that NDSU signed:
... Posted on 5/25/12 at 9:59 AM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Water Balloon Magic
I have a love-hate relationship with water balloons. Pretty much, I love to hate them. I also love to make them and be the one throwing them. I hate being the one who has them thrown at her, though.... Posted on 3/8/12 at 6:30 AM
JUKEBOX HERO Hot New Freemasons
It's no lie I love me some Freemasons...anything they put out I try to get my greedy little hands on. The English dance duo have been putting stuff out and remixing it since 2005. I highlighted their ... Posted on 1/28/11 at 12:45 PM
CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — Jeff Gordon recovered from a poor practice session in the daylight to post the fastest lap once night fell at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Thursday to capture the pole for Saturday’s Sprint Cup race.
Gordon, in fourth place in the points standings, had a speed of 191.544 mph. He barely held off Carl Edwards, who will start second Saturday night after a lap of 191.455 mph.
AJ Allmendinger qualified third, followed by Mark Martin, Paul Menard and Kyle Busch.
Jeff Gordon, for at least a decade, was the biggest star in NASCAR.
He dominated the sport on the track, steamrolling his way to 47 victories and his first three championships over a four-year span during which he was nearly unbeatable. And he transformed NASCAR away from the track, becoming the first driver to dazzle Madison Avenue and earn mainstream endorsement opportunities that the entire industry ultimately benefited from.
A mocker resents correction; he will not consult the wise.” (Proverbs 15:12)
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has taken the route of many who would rather call names than have a serious debate about “climate change.” He characterizes those who question “settled science” members of the “flat-earth” society. When people resort to name-calling it is a sign they have lost an argument.
Cal Thomas, Tribune Media Services
, January 08, 2010
Gordon Sanford Mellum, 81, Warwick, N.D., and New Rockford, N.D., died Thursday, Sept. 17, 2009, at his home in New Rockford.
Mr. Mellum was born April 16, 1928, at Finley, N.D., the son of Gustav and Selma (Grafsgaard) Mellum.
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