THE VIEW FROM THE EDGE OF TOWN It's Holiday Time
If we all could take a minute away from personal attacks, maybe we could focus...even for a second...on something much more important.
I would like to take this time, to focus on somet... Posted on 11/12/13 at 4:12 PM
FARMBLEAT Linked by a backyard fence and 4-H
The chain-link fence that envelopes my back yard does nothing to close me off from my immediate neighbors. We lean on the fence, toss balls over the fence, their dog runs under the fence and, well, du... Posted on 8/7/13 at 7:55 PM
THE NEW FORTY Retirement Kyle...
My neighbor Kyle just retired. I imagine this life transition will be an interesting one for Kyle as he is a "do-er" and now he has a lot more time to "do". Not that he doesn't know how to relax - he ... Posted on 6/28/13 at 7:58 AM
TIME AT THE TABLE: RECONNECTING FAMILIES ONE TABLE AT A TIME Five Ways Lighten Up this Summer
Get up 15 minutes earlier with a sit down breakfast (start your day at the dinner table)
Choose foods that don't come with labels (Ex: more fruits & vegetables)
Leave work at work, and focu... Posted on 6/5/12 at 10:20 AM
NEW PLATEAUS Neighborhood Spotlight #1: The Character
The three-story, blue/gray home stands on the corner of 31st and Portland. If you fly by on the one-way heading south, nothing would stick out about this particular property. Walking, though, takes on... Posted on 3/9/12 at 4:40 PM
There they were, a couple of women doing what both enjoyed: having coffee in the morning and tea in the evening and talking about their common interests, such as traveling, the arts, reading and, for sure, their children and grandchildren.
Here’s the second of two completions to a poem listing the presidents in order, in response to the request of a reader who remembered the original poem taught in schools years ago; so far back, in fact, that the last president listed was McKinley.
It was the best of times and the worst of times for LaVerne Johnson; best because she was enjoying her 2-month-old baby girl, and worst because she received a telegram saying her husband had been wounded in action in Europe
The tabloid-size newspaper had some big stories on Page 1: NBC Radio was announcing its winter show lineup; a teenager from Aberdeen, S.D., had won a talent show; and this edition of the paper marked the start of its third year of publication.
Several people have mentioned the old horse-drawn school buses nicknamed the “hack,” one of which is on display at Bonanzaville in West Fargo.
Andrew Nielsen, curator at Bonanzaville, says this hack is pretty well intact, has four runners, a canvas top and a small stove to keep the kids warm.
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