THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Newsflyer 21 May, 2013
Tornado destroys large bridge in Oklahoma, Bridge lost to flooding in Indiana, Future of Kentucky Bridge in question
The month of May was supposed to bring ... Posted on 5/21/13 at 5:07 AM
ASTRO BOB Meteorite-dropping fireball named after Sutter's Mill
It's official. The meteorites that peeled off the California fireball last month peppering the towns of Coloma and Lotus are named Sutter's Mill after the famous locale where the California Gold Rus... Posted on 5/23/12 at 11:55 AM
STAFF BLOG SUE DOEDEN'S ALL ABOUT FOOD Weekend Baking: There's a kumquat in my cookie
How can anyone resist tart and tiny kumquats, sitting so cute and bright in the produce department at the grocery store? They just look happy. I buy them every year as soon as they make their first se... Posted on 3/25/11 at 12:05 AM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND N.D. Mill reports record profits
A news release from the Industrial Commission:
The North Dakota Mill today reported record profits of $13.18 million for fiscal year 2010, more than double the previous record of $6.2 million set in f... Posted on 7/30/10 at 7:58 AM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Pizza Pie In My Eye
Well, we're less than two weeks away from the Best Pizza in Grand Forks Contest, and I can hardly wait.
Things are shaping up quite nicely, according to Emily Wright, executive administrator
Grand For... Posted on 7/22/09 at 4:41 AM
North Dakota’s state-owned flour mill reported a $3.5 million profit during October, November and December of last year.
Mill manager Vance Taylor said the earnings are a record for the three-month period.
BISMARCK (AP) — Two new types of flour from North Dakota’s state-owned mill are expected to start showing up in grocery stores in September.
Mill manager Vance Taylor said the all-purpose organic flour and white whole wheat flour will be sold in 5-pound bags.
The directors of North Dakota’s state-owned flour mill gave its general manager a 4 percent raise after the mill reported a $9.7 million annual loss, marking the second straight year its ledgers were stained with red ink.
North Dakota’s Industrial Commission, which oversees the Grand Forks mill and the Bank of North Da-kota in Bismarck, blamed vol-atile grain prices for the loss.
By Dale Wetzelm, The Associated Press
, September 11, 2009
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