LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO An Epic Food Crawl With Marilyn Hagerty
Originally published by The High Plains Reader on June 13, 2013
I never expected that, Oh my goodness, more drinks? would be a recurring thought running through my head on Thursday evening.
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REAL OILFIELD WIVES I Miss Daddy!
When Hubby started in the oilfield last year, our daughter wasn't really phased by his absence. I'm not sure if she just didn't notice it or if she was just used to Daddy being gone whenever the Arm... Posted on 4/19/13 at 12:29 PM
THIS WOMAN WRITES Bruce Willis Knitting
I confess: I engage in reckless behavior.
Sometimes I salt my food before I taste it.
I set the cruise control for two miles over the speed limit.
If the headache's bad enough, I'll take two aspi... Posted on 5/18/11 at 2:23 PM
IN THE BLACK Upcoming Kids and Money Workshops
I have recently rented an office space for my money coaching business. As part of my services, I am offering a Kids and Money workshop. It is a variety of stations that kids can go through at their ow... Posted on 3/10/11 at 7:13 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND N.D. Tourism hopes to grow agritourism
BISMARCK The state Tourism Division wants more North Dakotans to get involved in agritourism, an industry it says is in big demand right now.
The first rolling workshop is set for Oct. 18 and is ... Posted on 10/10/10 at 9:17 AM
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department and the Valley City Area Teacher Center will host a whale workshop for educators and anyone else who works with youth.
The workshop, scheduled Jan. 12 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. at Jefferson Elementary School in Valley City, will focus on how to use the inflatable life-sized whale in a learning environment. Curriculum materials that accompany the whale are suitable for grades K-6, and include mathematics, language arts, social studies and life science.
Women who want to learn more about outdoor activities are encouraged to participate in the 16th annual Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop Aug. 13-15 at Lake Metigoshe State Park, Bottineau.
Applications are being accepted and enrollment is limited to 100 participants age 18 or older. The cost is $135 with an Aug. 1 registration deadline.
Child care providers are invited to attend the Chat and Play Café workshop to be held from 7-9 p.m. Monday, at Temple Baptist Church, 1545 Fourth Ave. N.W. The workshop will take participants on a Child and Adult Care Food Program adventure to an imaginary restaurant. Specials of the day will include healthy lunches in a crunch, portion distortion and CACFP regulations.
The public is invited to attend a free workshop in Jamestown that will provide information about four community service programs available to help local service groups, organizations and agencies address local needs and challenges.
Lindsey Larson, communications coordinator for the Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp., recently attended the presentation of “Site Selection Perspectives and Trends” at the North Dakota Department of Commerce by Bob Hess, managing principal, NKF Consulting, Chicago.
Dakota Manufacturing Extension Partnership and the Prairie Family Business Association are co-sponsoring a workshop designed for family-owned and closely-held businesses. “Strategies for Family-Owned and Closely-Held Businesses” will cover practical steps companies can take to make sure the transition to the next generation of management is efficient, effective and ensures the ongoing success of the business.
The North Dakota Chamber of Commerce is partnering with local chambers around the state to assist businesses with tax issues by holding Business Update Workshops in September. A workshop is planned in Jamestown from 1 to 4:45 p.m. Sept. 14 at the Gladstone Inn and Suites, 111 Second St. N.E.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department, North Dakota Chapter of the Wildlife Society, and the Bismarck Art and Galleries Association is promoting wildlife conservation and resource management by sponsoring an education workshop for teachers, environmental educators and anyone else who works with youth.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department, North Dakota Chapter of the Wildlife Society and the Bismarck Art and Galleries Association is promoting wildlife conservation and resource management by sponsoring an education workshop for teachers, environmental educators and anyone else who works with youth.
MeritCare’s Living Well Workshop is a program that helps people with ongoing health conditions learn effective self-management skills. These skills have proven to help people live fuller, healthier and more active lives. MeritCare would like to expand this program to the Valley City area and is looking for people with a passion to help others to train them as leaders of the Living Well Workshop.
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