FARGO - It was moments after North Dakota State’s FCS playoff victory on Saturday when Craig Bohl was asked his thoughts on his football team’s next opponent: Coastal Carolina.RELATED CONTENT
Over the next three years, we are going to do a lot of talking about problems on the Indian reservations.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – When 22-year-old Courtland Miller describes a piece of clothing, he’s specific.RELATED CONTENT
Chelsea, Vt. - One of the tragedies of the nation is loss of the rural lifestyle. Even in western North Dakota, where it was assumed until a few years ago the rangelands, buttes and prairies would be rural forever, the industrialization of the landscape wrought by oil development has changed everything, likely permanently.RELATED CONTENT
Gov. Jack Dalrymple is chairing the Task Force on Property Tax Reform, a group he created by executive order this past week “to research and analyze all mill levies for political subdivisions other than school districts.”RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Marcus Williams was better known in high school as a basketball player who also was a receiver on the football team. He was a guard on an undefeated Minnesota state championship team at Hopkins that could have beaten most prep teams in the country.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - When asked his thoughts of playing indoors instead of outdoors in minus-20 degree temperatures, the quarterback with the most wins in Division I FCS history had this to say:RELATED CONTENT
To honor the first week of December, Mother Nature opened up the sky and let loose a bazillion-trillion tiny snowflakes that made their way down to the frozen earth, pushing through the trees and across the road – cars stuck, trucks chained up, roads blocked and events cancelled – reminding us that this winter party has just begun.RELATED CONTENT
How many Germans does it take to make lefse? Five, it turns out.
Last month when I looked at the ballot for the “Best of the Red River Valley,” it was brought home to me how many things have changed since I was a young adult in Fargo in the late 1950s and early 1960s.RELATED CONTENT
DEAR CAROL: My dad is 78 and his memory seems to be failing. I’m not sure if this is natural aging or if something is wrong.RELATED CONTENT
There are misconceptions among the non-couponing crowd that all couponers must primarily eat junk food, or that couponers have houses filled wall to wall with groceries. Here are some reader emails that invite me to rebut these myths.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - A woodfire pizza place is setting up in downtown Fargo. Blackbird Woodfire hopes to open by mid-January at 206 Broadway, which was formerly home to a Pita Pit restaurant.RELATED CONTENT
At times I find myself in solidarity with the non-believer.
Christmas centerpieces made from fresh evergreens are a perfect antidote for the artificial Christmas tree blues. Fresh cut greenery gives our homes the aroma of the real thing. And we don’t need to be a perky home-show media maven to construct a holiday centerpiece.RELATED CONTENT