My older grandson, with his early-Zac Efron-like haircut, is a good-looking kid. And I don’t think that’s just the opinion of a prejudiced grandmother.RELATED CONTENT
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Since September, an average-size cardboard box has become part of my kitchen décor. And every Sunday, I scour The Forum’s advertising inserts, looking for sales on kid-friendly food – macaroni and cheese, juice boxes, soup, individual-size containers of cereal, etc.RELATED CONTENT
When my daughter was little, she expressed a desire for a sibling, preferably an older brother.RELATED CONTENT
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My grandson advises his younger brother to develop an interest in watching football on TV.
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In a figurative way, Lisa Bue put the “roommate wanted” sign on her apartment window. This wouldn’t ordinarily be a big deal if it weren’t for the fact that she’s living in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Fullback Jack Hagen is 61 years old now. And he’s still the lead blocker for his North Dakota State football teammates.
Craig Bohl isn’t the only head coach at North Dakota State who is a little on edge this week. Soccer’s Pete Cuadrado is also pushing the “pushing them” button.
Tuesdays are game- planning days with the Chicago Bears. Here is a telephone conversation you will never hear between Bears defensive coordinator Bob Babich and Tampa Bay linebackers coach Casey Bradley: Babich: “Hello Gus, what do you hear about Brian Griese at quarterback?”
Looking from Fargo and beyond, playing the University of Wyoming is Christmas in September for North Dakota State. The Bison are getting $275,000 and an opponent who isn’t LSU or Ohio State.
One thing about these Division I football coaches: they’re all thieves.
A check of the calendar reveals the last five years indeed lasted five years. No more, no less.
On Tuesday, Mike Dragosavich went before some local cameras and microphones and put on a happy face. It was a good effort, but there was evidence it looked forced and the reason was not his fault.
Ryan Langlais’ throwing arm has been ailing lately and that’s never a good thing for a baseball player. Especially for a shortstop, who has to make some of the hardest throws in the field.