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A celebration of 100 years of service, service, service

October 9, 2013 A 100 year party! Floyd Fairweather, in his Humanities courses he taught at Minot State University, enlightened students with many architectural philosophies. more »»

For holiday treats, think healthy

October 9, 2013 Fall and winter are dangerous seasons — nutritionally speaking. Halloween starts off the holiday eating frenzy, and Thanksgiving and Christmas are soon to follow. If we only indulged on Oct. 31, No. more »»

Here comes the bride on another beautiful day

September 25, 2013 The scene was the Minot State University swimming pool in September of 1978. As a freshman at Minot State, it was a requirement to take and pass basic swimming. more »»

Protein: A cause for pause

September 4, 2013 Do your meal choices include hot dogs, bologna, and/or sausage? The appeal of quick and easy preparation is one reason we eat these foods. For some, taste is the deciding factor. more »»

The tangy, sweet taste of summer — tomatoes

August 28, 2013 Is it not true that our passions in life often lead us to great learning? My eagerness for art and visiting art museums has proven this point more than once. more »»

Dishing up creativity, history and goodwill

August 14, 2013 Things are shaping up once again for the Rugby Lions Club fundraiser, “Tables Envisioned.” This fundraiser is turning out to be a fascinating chapter in our club’s history. more »»

Why we should wash fruits, veggies

July 31, 2013 Most of us cringe at the thought of eating undercooked hamburger or chicken. We wouldn’t think of making a sandwich on a dirty countertop. more »»

It’s not corny — it’s the all-around pleaser

July 31, 2013 Have you noticed that corn feeds are starting to appear in the upcoming August events portion of area newspapers? As familiar to Pierce County as the stone cairn located at the intersection of U.S. more »»

The yeast they could do

July 24, 2013 Julia Peterson of Makoti claimed first prize in the State Fair Fleischmann’s Yeast baking contest with a creative treat called Taco Scotch. more »»

Reflections on a Silver Anniversary

July 16, 2013 When I was freshman at Underwood High School, my business teacher, Julie (Hanson) Driessen, had our general business class fill out a questionnaire. more »»

Beauty is all around us, including in rhubarb!

July 3, 2013 I love the peaceful places of the earth — such as the curves and rolls of Pierce County Highway 17 where pools of blue agates are edged with wildflowers and various unwanted, but beautiful blooming... more »»

Nancy Drew somehow still a mystery

June 12, 2013 Recently, a splendid part of my childhood has been replayed in my min. more »»

New dining tool available in Minot

June 5, 2013 A new tool previously available to diners in select locations across the U.S. will now be able to recommend Minot restaurants as well. Nara Logics Inc. more »»

Clothesline: Perfect place to hang out

May 29, 2013 Somewhere I know that a former art teacher of mine is smiling! Yes, he is smiling big because at one of the first signs of spring I recalled “sublimes” — lofty, elevated. more »»

At last, relief from chocolate bars

May 15, 2013 So it absolutely, positively has to be done today? You need a pan of bars for the concert? How many of us have heard this statement? The first thing we need to do is an attitude check for bar... more »»

The love between a mother and child is forever

May 1, 2013 It is model No. B 1585, yellow rayon, and made by the Gibson-Norwalk Company. more »»

A patchwork of love and kindness

April 3, 2013 On Palm Sunday at First Lutheran Church in Rugby, the 220 quilts which the quilters had made since September were draped, swathed and arranged on all of the pews in the sanctuary, entrance, choir... more »»

Making sure the music lasts a lifetime

March 20, 2013 When Christine Halvorson retired from teaching elementary music, she wanted a part-time job. more »»

Local pastime and favorite food benefits overall health

March 13, 2013 Did you ever think that fishing could be healthy for you, both nutritionally and physically? Ice fishing is not only a favorite winter pastime, but also a potential source of your next healthy... more »»

Cabbage just in time for St. Patrick’s Day

March 6, 2013 “The time has come,” the Walrus said, “To talk of many things: Of shoes — and ships — and sealing-wax — Of cabbages — and kings — And why the sea is boiling hot — And whether pigs have wings. more »»

 
 

 

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