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LET'S COOK: Pantone’s Pick

January 19, 2018 Colors come and go as do the seasons, but releasing of the Pantone color of the year remains part of artistic adventure each year. more »»

VEEDER: Defining a ‘good life’

January 19, 2018 I woke up to the sun slowly appearing over the big hill that faces our tall windows. more »»

PORT: Republicans losing chance to beat Heitkamp

January 19, 2018 "We've decided that the best thing for our family and me and really for North Dakota... more »»

KAYLOR: Smart snacking for adults, teens

January 16, 2018 Snacks can fit into a healthy eating plan and provide an energy boost between meals, if they’re planned right. more »»

PORT: Burgum an important figure in 2018 ND Senate race

January 16, 2018 North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum is absolutely not running for the U.S. Senate in 2018. more »»

OMDAHL: Will medical marijuana go up in smoke?

January 16, 2018 After at least five years of asking for legislative action, drafting a complex law, collecting signatures, winning a state referendum, correcting statutory errors, and planning implementation, will... more »»

SERVING OUR VETERANS: Our U.S. flag

January 16, 2018 When I made the decision to write these columns, one item on my list of what not to do, was to write anything detailing my political view. more »»

KAYLOR: Why are seniors at risk for foodborne illness?

January 5, 2018 Preventing Foodborne Illness James L. Smith, a microbiologist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, wanted to find the answer to the question of why seniors are more at risk for foodborne illness. more »»

VEEDER: The parenting joke’s on us

January 5, 2018 You guys, this parenting thing is no joke. I say this as I'm celebrating my first month spent working to keep two kids happy, healthy and out of harm's wa. more »»

OMDAHL: Russians will shred minds in midterms

January 5, 2018 By the time American voters start looking at their congressional options, Russian political strategists will be waiting to unload an electronic flood of “shock and awe” that will be incomprehensible... more »»

LET'S COOK: Of tin and tinsel*

January 5, 2018 * In the Jan. 6, 2018 edition, the headline for Let's Cook was "A great ski day starts with Sondre Norheim". It should have been "Of tin and tinsel". The Tribune apologizes for and regrets the erro. more »»

PORT: Republicans should tackle spending next

December 29, 2017 Now that Republicans have accomplished the remarkable feat of passing consequential tax reform in one of the most divided political environments of our nation's history, they should immediately... more »»

OMDAHL: Abortion issue remains in public square

December 29, 2017 Many of the social issues made contentious by sincere Christians should be moved from the public square into churches. However, abortion is not one of those issues. more »»

SERVING OUR VETERANS: ‘Give Me Tomorrow’

December 29, 2017 As I write this column it is snowing and the temperature is dropping. The forecast is for extremely cold temperatures ahead. It reminded me of a book I read a couple of years ago about the Korean War. more »»

LET'S COOK: The gift of music, paints and understanding

December 22, 2017 Are you a fan of early Christmas presents? Some folks just can’t wait to open their presents. There was a time when I, too, was on that avenue. more »»

VEEDER: Children remind us to breathe despite worry

December 22, 2017 Rosalee Gene came into this world quickly on Friday, Dec. 1, at 9:14 am. Before she was born we hadn't decided on a name, so we agreed we would need to meet her first. And when I met her I knew. more »»

OMDAHL: Evangelicals bring conflict to public square

December 22, 2017 Martin Luther launched his treatise on civil government by proposing a paradigm with two kingdoms – the kingdom of God (followers of Christ) and the kingdom of the world (the public square). more »»

PORT: Republicans challenging Republicans is a healthy thing

December 22, 2017 North Dakota is a state dominated by a single political party. The NDGOP. Democrats haven't had just one candidate win on the statewide ballot since 200. more »»

SERVING OUR VETERANS: The 'unsuccessful' veteran

December 15, 2017 A reminder to all veterans, The Service Dogs For America in Jud, N.D. has several service dogs ready for placement. more »»

Kaylor: D.I.Y. spice mixes

December 15, 2017 Making your own spice blends is a win-win idea that gives your food a pop of flavor while reducing sodium. Herbs come from the leaves of shrubs. Spices come from other parts of plant. more »»

 
 

 

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