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Completing the project

October 11, 2013 As of publishing this week’s paper, the journalism project I did with Mrs. Julie Mosher‘s 6th-grade class is completed. more »»

Moving up in the public speaking world

October 4, 2013 In the world of public speaking, I have apparently become much more of a hot commodity than I ever expected. more »»


September 27, 2013 By now, most people who follow state and regional news even casually are familiar with the story of Craig Paul Cobb and the tiny town of Leith, N.D. more »»

Lacing up the sneakers

September 20, 2013 When Jaycees co-president Brekka Belisle asked me to participate in Rugby's Jaycees Jammerz team that will play against the Harlem Ambassadors, it sounded like a great idea. more »»

Teaching about journalism

September 13, 2013 In what can only be described as a strange turn, I went from editor to teacher this week. more »»

A new member to the family

September 6, 2013 As of this week, I've officially added one new member to my family. No, I haven't become become a baby-daddy, as the kids sa. more »»

Adventures in rummaging

August 30, 2013 I awoke early Saturday and started pulling boxes down from my apartment in front of the Pierce County Tribune. Books, trinkets, small pieces of furniture and other items. more »»

Summer into school

August 23, 2013 It's hard to believe school is already here. Why would I care about school, you may ask. more »»

Deserved Diane

August 16, 2013 Sometimes as a writer, you run into roadblocks. I ran into one this week. more »»

Johnny Football and the NCAA

August 9, 2013 The National Collegiate Athletic Association was in the spotlight this week, after it was exposed again as one of most fraudulent organizations in the entire country. more »»

Not sure about August

August 2, 2013 I'm not sure what to think about August. In some respects, it's as good a month as there is in the state of North Dakota. more »»

Twins fans suffer another year

July 26, 2013 Only the most optimistic Minnesota Twins fans had the team finishing above .500 this year. Those who predicted the Twins to make the playoffs were few, and likely mentally unstable. more »»

Summer stuff is so much fun

July 19, 2013 After months of summer withdrawal, I've finally started to get my fill of fun over the past few weeks. more »»

I came, I saw, I conquered

July 12, 2013 Well, maybe I came, I baked, I conquered. more »»

Fun at the fair

July 5, 2013 Growing up in Minot, there was almost nothing better than going to the North Dakota State Fair. Even when I got older, I was fired up about the fair. more »»

Shirvani’s gone. Now what?

June 28, 2013 The embattled former chancellor of North Dakota's higher education system's year from hell is over, and it seems like he's burned some bridge. more »»

Adventures in eyeliner

June 28, 2013 By the time you read this column, the Village Arts production of "Les Miserables," will be completed. But as I write, there is one more night remaining in the sold-out four-night run. more »»

Beating the weeding blues

June 21, 2013 I have written with great excitement in the previous episodes of this column about my brand, spanking new garden, my first attempt at growing anything other than long hair. more »»

Off Center...

April 22, 2013 In my slightly more than six month term in Rugby, I have attended dozens of meetings. more »»

Off Center...

April 15, 2013 After more than six months living in Rugby, I had started to get used to small-town life. No traffic jams, everyone gives a friendly wave when they see you on the street. more »»



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