Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Home RSS
Veeder: Love is an untidy, long story

August 25, 2017 "Happy Anniversary" flashed the message on my phone as it sat on a kitchen counter smudged with waffle batter and covered with grapes and cups of coffee and orange juic. more »»

Port: Deploying violence against speech is not heroism

August 25, 2017 Will North Dakota get its own version of Charlottesville? A Fargo man named Peter Tefft, a self-described "white nationalist" whose family made national headlines for disowning him after he... more »»

Guest column: Slow mail costs money

August 25, 2017 Most people get mail every day, Monday through Saturday. more »»

Kaylor: 7 steps to making an omelet

August 18, 2017 Use your creativity and the foods in your pantry, refrigerator or freezer to make a delicious omelet following these easy steps. Each omelet serves one adult. Eggs are a nutritional bargain. more »»

Nitrate QuikTest available at Extension office

August 18, 2017 The Pierce County Extension office now has the ability to perform the Nitrate QuikTest in the office for those wishing to test green forages for nitrates prior to baling or turning cows out to graze. more »»

Cash, is it real or fake?

August 18, 2017 Remember how we would protect our cash?   When I was young and traveling I hid it in my socks.  My parents used Travelers Checks to protect their cash, because they were replaceabl. more »»

Port: Weather modification is a handout

August 18, 2017 With a severe drought having put its boot on the throat of North Dakota's agriculture industry, simmering resentment over the state's weather modification efforts have come to the surface. more »»

Cramer: Blatant falsehood around Senate healthcare bill

August 18, 2017 After reading that health care would be 'ripped away' from 34,000 North Dakotans as part of the Senate's latest 'Skinny Repeal' vote on repealing parts of Obamacare, I'm compelled to set the record... more »»

Port: North Dakota doesn't need hate crime legislation

August 11, 2017 After an ugly altercation between a white woman and three Somali women in the parking lot of a Fargo Walmart made national headlines, the usual cast of political opportunists have parachuted in to... more »»

Veeder: A song comes to life in the garden

August 11, 2017 She was munching on a pea pod I'd plucked from the plant in front of her, her fine blonde hair escaping from the ball cap she insists on wearing backwards, rendering it completely useless for... more »»

Omdahl: ‘By George, we have arrived’

August 11, 2017 In his farewell address, George Washington warned us about the evils of political parties, claiming that they “distract the public councils “and “agitate the community with ill-founded jealousies... more »»

Heitkamp: It's past time for Congress to work together on healthcare

August 11, 2017 Far too often in Congress, politics dictates legislation, and it needs to stop. The U.S. Senate recently voted on a health care bill that would have been bad for North Dakota. more »»

How you can use dry beans

August 4, 2017 Dry edible beans, such as pinto, navy, kidney, pink and black beans, are members of the legume family. more »»

Veeder: In times of worry, pay the good stuff forward

August 4, 2017 Last night, the person in front of me paid for my meal at the drive through. It had been a long Monday, and I got to the end of it only to realize I hadn't really eaten anything all day. more »»

Port: The politics of anecdotes

August 4, 2017 One ugly side effect of the internet's impact on our society is the outsized importance we put on anecdotal incidents which go "viral. more »»

Port: A jaded conservative acknowledges government competence

July 28, 2017 As a conservative, my preference is for small and relatively unobtrusive government. more »»

Veeder: This rugged, imperfect place

July 28, 2017 They left me with a plate of Snickerdoodles, a fridge full of half-finished dips, opened bottles of white wine, sheets to be washed and a heart full and lonesome at the same time. more »»

Crackers in the Capitol basement

July 28, 2017 At one time in my checkered careers, I was a contract writer for the North Dakota Civil Defense Survival Project, a federally-funded undertaking in 1958-59 to save the country in case of nuclear... more »»

Veeder: Sweetclover under my skin

July 21, 2017 I imagine everyone has some familiar scent that hits their lungs and brings them back to a time in childhood when they felt so deeply loved, so overwhelmingly safe, so much themselves. So free. more »»

Schmidt: ND Windbreak Cookbook available

July 21, 2017 Besides shade and wind protection, many ND trees provide edible fruits that can be used on our menus. more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web