THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES 5th Annual Historic Bridge Weekend Coming to Iowa
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STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Republican rallies
North Dakota's Republican candidates will tour the state in the coming days in one last campaign burst before Election Day.
U.S. Senate candidate Gov. John Hoeven, U.S. House candidate Rep. Rick Berg... Posted on 10/26/10 at 2:16 PM
STAFF BLOG SUE DOEDEN'S ALL ABOUT FOOD I'd bike miles for this dessert
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BOY SCOUT BLOG A Century of Values
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FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Delphinium Tour Part Two
Stop One : My Mom's
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Manvel, N.D., residents had a brush with fame early Friday morning — well, sort of.
A tour bus carrying teen pop star Justin Bieber’s personal chef had to make an emergency stop in the small town along Interstate 29 after a wheel on a trailer it was pulling blew out.
By Brandi Jewett , Forum Communications
, October 20, 2012
Eastbound drivers on Interstate 94 from Bismarck to Jamestown Monday might have noticed four young men in yellow shirts on bicycles.
The quartet of Pennsylvania-based college students and graduates was working on a 100-mile stretch of a cross-country journey it started about three weeks ago.
New University of North Dakota faculty and administrators will be getting a firsthand look at part of the state.
The Williston Herald reports that UND President Robert Kelley is leading a three-day bus tour across northern North Dakota starting Monday. About three dozen UND officials will take part.
About 340 people from 24 cities and five states took in the annual Garden Tour of the American Association of University Women on Wednesday, according to Kelly Krein of AAUW. Five yards were on the tour.
People of all ages lined Main Street in Ellsworth, Wis., Thursday afternoon in welcoming the 652nd Army Reserve Engineering Company home.
The unit spent about the last 10 months in Iraq as a multi-rural military bridge company, whether it’d be food, supplies or military equipment. While there, the 652nd worked with members from the 401st, a Reserve unit based in Oklahoma.
By Jason Schulte, Forum Communications Co.
, March 03, 2010
Ping chairman John Solheim reminded the PGA Tour on Monday that it cannot make a separate rule to ban Ping Eye2 wedges, the 20-year-old clubs that led Scott McCarron to claim Phil Mickelson is “cheating” by using them.
Hours after McCarron said he would “not be silenced” over the grooves controversy, the PGA Tour’s situation became a little more muddled with Solheim’s gentle reminder.
The first day of the new PGA Tour season brought a Tiger Woods sighting.
“Right there, through those trees,” a caddie said jokingly, pointing into the distance toward the Pacific Ocean, where a white yacht was cruising along the Maui coastline below Kapalua. “He’s on his boat.”
For a guy who hasn’t been seen in more than six weeks, Woods seems to be everywhere. And while he isn’t at the season-opening SBS Championship, his presence looms larger than ever.
The winningest golfer in North Dakota amateur men’s golf history has qualified for a $1.65 million professional tournament next month.
Oxbow’s Mike Podolak is scheduled to play in the Allianz Championship Feb. 19-21 in Boca Raton, Fla. The event is a regular stop on the Champions Tour and will feature some of the top senior players in the world.
Podolak qualified through a unique exemption that Allianz offers to its more than 100,000 insurance agents.
A town still recovering, rebuilding and repairing from spring flooding is hosting a Holiday Tour of Homes this year.
Located 30 miles southeast of Jamestown, Adrian, N.D., has one church, one business and one item available for sale — a bottle of pop at its grain elevator.
No two homes look the same — especially around the holidays. And the houses in the Christmas Tour of Homes in Carrington are no different.
The tour benefits the Carrington Health Center and is set for Sunday.
Most rooms are decorated with traditional fare — garland, lights and trees.
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