THE RACING LIFE Vintage Racing Videos
We love to watch vintage race footage! ("Vintage": Any race that's been recorded on VHS tape or previous formats.) This video is from the Jeff Hapala home video collection. It features racing from the... Posted on 4/15/13 at 2:10 PM
STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG Bison Video Blog: Easter Sunday Ramblings
Hope everyone had a great holiday and spent time with family and friends, some really interesting news to share tonight on the ramblings led off by the fact that the Missouri Valley Conference has a p... Posted on 3/31/13 at 10:48 PM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Mystery Bridge 13: A bridge named after a politician
This mystery bridge article starts off with a pop quiz- three questions to be exact:
1. What bridges do you know that are named after a politician?
2. Which was the very first bridge that ... Posted on 10/9/12 at 6:14 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Wild Monkeys
It was my last day at the Wu Dang Shan Tai Chi Academy. I was leaving at four o'clock that afternoon. And the anticipation of my exit provided a new vibe to my remaining hours.
One thing I wanted to ... Posted on 9/22/12 at 7:53 AM
The Red River Valley’s battle with major flooding for the second straight year has intensified the push for a solution that doesn’t rely on thousands of volunteers and millions of sandbags.
Local governments say the best option is a massive 36-mile-long channel but the project’s $1.3 billion cost and long construction timetable means that spring flooding is likely to remain a headache for another decade.
By Dave Kolpack and Steve Karnowski, The Associated Press
, March 23, 2010
Sen. Byron Dorgan previewed upcoming meetings addressing Red River Valley flood concerns during his first conference call with reporters since his bombshell retirement news three weeks ago.
Local, state and federal officials and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will meet Monday in Fargo to discuss the latest costs and alternatives for constructing permanent flood protection in the Red River Valley.
By Kristen M. Daum, Forum Communications Co.
, January 29, 2010
Officials are investigating what caused part of a Valley City company’s roof to collapse.
Dietrich Bus Service spokesman Don Enger said three school buses were in the back half of the maintenance building when the roof collapsed Wednesday but there were no people inside. There was no immediate damage estimate.
A storm dumped several inches of snow on eastern North Dakota on Wednesday.
The Valley Children’s Choir, one of the ensembles offered by the Valley City State University Community School of the Arts recently returned from a performance tour to Minneapolis Nov. 6-7. While there, they had the opportunity to perform with the Angelica Cantanti choir, as well as performances at Plymouth Creek Elementary School and the Meadow Woods Assisted Living Center. In addition to performances, the choir members visited the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the Mall of America, and enjoyed a swim party at the Holiday Inn Express.
The Edinburg and Valley school districts in northeastern North Dakota have taken another step toward consolidation.
The Pembina County School Reorganization Committee on Monday night approved the proposed reorganization plan.
Michael Whisler of Valley City will perform in Froemke Auditorium on the campus of Valley City State University at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 29. Adult admission charge is $5, with VCSU staff, students and children admitted free.
Two electric utilities have reached a deal to split up service territory in the city of Wahpeton and its outskirts.
Otter Tail Power Co. and Dakota Valley Electric Cooperative negotiated the agreement. North Dakota’s Public Service Commission approved it Wednesday.
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