BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NORTH DAKOTA Hoax message on Medicare rate hike
So, in our last post, we did a little fact checking on the health insurance numbers used during the presidential debate. Today, we've got another tidbit for you - this one about an email titled "a Mes... Posted on 10/9/12 at 12:22 PM
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.
My car was at the dealership a few days ago for routine service. It’s a new model that has all the bells and whistles that are standard on most of today’s cars. I like it a lot, although if I were ever called on to do the simplest of repairs, I’d be lost in the new auto technology world of modern engines and vehicle systems.
CHELSEA, Vt. – My triplet granddaughters are halfway through their seventh year. They are asking questions about God. I love their curiosity, their fascination with the creation around them, their wonder at it all.
As much as I like my work, a vacation is a good thing. By the time readers pick up The Forum today, I’ll be enjoying the company of my triplet granddaughters and their mom at their beautiful country home in the hills near Chelsea, Vt.
Every poll I’ve seen shows most Americans favor fall over other seasons. It’s true in some degree for all regions of the nation, but residents of the North pick fall by larger percentages than Southerners.
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