Years ago when my family lived on 20 beautiful acres on the north shore of Devils Lake, N.D., we had a huge garden.
The report last week that the nation is on the way to a fatter future (Sept. 19 Forum, Page 1) did not surprise me.
If you’ve been watching TV political ads like I have, and your brain is not atrophied by no-thinking-allowed partisanship, you either want to laugh or cry.
The early apple season in North Dakota and Minnesota stirred thoughts of all things apple in my childhood in southern New England.
The North Dakota Petroleum Council, the trade group for the state’s oil and gas industry, is airing a television spot that starts out like this: The nation has 50 states and all of them want to be North Dakota.
When I have the opportunity, I confess I flunked out of some of the best colleges on the East Coast. Not true. It was only one college, and it is not among the best.
It looks like Fargo police will implement a “pilot program” of placing surveillance cameras in a discreet section of downtown. Bad idea.
New school lunch requirements from the U.S. Department of Agriculture don’t have a chance of succeeding.
The moon was fully full Thursday night – beautiful, mysterious – bright with the light that seems to turn on lunatics among my readers.
As certain as thunderstorms will rake the prairie in July, North Dakota legislators will glom on to any minor sideshow to beat up higher education.
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