ORISKA, N.D — Watching as their church burned to the ground Monday night, one boy whose family goes to Zion Lutheran turned to another young man and asked the thorny question.
Why would God let this happen?
The other boy’s response, recalled Tuesday by fellow Zion member Joan Wolsky, was an optimistic answer to the enduring theological concern: “He wants us to have bigger Sunday school rooms,” the youth said.
By Dave Roepke, Forum Communications Co.
, May 20, 2011
We stopped with our family at the Oriska Rest Area on Interstate 94 at about noon on Sept. 4. This was our 10th stop at that this rest area in five days, as we had gone to Fargo from Jamestown with our 82-year old mother for radiation/chemotherapy treatments each day and she needed to stop on the way to and from.
Richard W. Vanden-Eykel and Miles (Gunder) Austin
, September 17, 2009
The North Dakota Department of Transportation has opened the eastbound lanes of Interstate 94 from Oriska to Casselton, the water on the roadway has now receded. The westbound lanes of I-94 from Oriska to Casselton remain closed, westbound traffic must use the alternate route N.D. 32 – N.D. 46 – N.D. 18.
A rural Oriska man is recovering in a Fargo hospital after a hay bale that weighed nearly 1,500 pounds fell on him.
Michelle Stubstad said her husband, Neil, was taking feed to horses late Friday afternoon when the bale fell off the loader.
January 06, 2009
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