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Pyle: A long, thin line of personal anguish

June 6, 2014 Editor's note: June 6 was the 70th Anniversary of D-Day. To mark this occasion, the Ernie Pyle World War II Museum in Dana, In. more »»

Omdahl: Okay loafers, let’s get back to work!

June 6, 2014 Okay, all of you retired slackers and able-bodied homeless.  It’s time to step up to the plate for North Dakota. more »»

Berginski: The other Measure 1

June 6, 2014 To the right of my column, Tribune editor Tim Chapman wrote about County Measure 1. As someone who enjoys going to the Prairie Village Museum, I can’t help but agree. more »»

Chapman: Vote ‘yes’ on Measure 1

June 6, 2014 Voting ‘Yes’ on Measure One is an investment in the education of your children, grandchildren and subsequent generations. more »»

Kaylor: Spruce up your summer menus with a variety of salads

May 30, 2014 Summer brings a wide variety of fresh produce. Fruits and vegetables add color and nutrition to our plates. more »»

Schmidt: Pesticide safety for gardeners and homeowners

May 30, 2014 Spring seems to have finally sprung! Many Pierce County homeowners have mowed their lawns for the first time and have begun planting the more cold tolerant garden items. more »»

Pyle: The horrible waste of war

May 30, 2014 Editor's note: June 6 is the 70th Anniversary of D-Day. To mark this occasion, the Ernie Pyle World War II Museum in Dana, Ind. more »»

Omdahl: Governing higher ed addressed again

May 30, 2014 In the upcoming November general election, North Dakota voters will consider the Legislature’s proposal to abolish the present Board of Higher Education and replace it with a full-time 3-member... more »»

Tornado safety

May 30, 2014 Earlier this week an EF2 tornado touched down in Watford City. Nine people were injured, and 13 trailers were destroyed and two more badly damaged in a man camp. more »»

Chapman: Time to get informed

May 30, 2014 Hopefully by you turning to this page that means a few minutes were spent reading the thoughts of the candidates. more »»

Pyle: Normandy Beachead a pure miracle

May 23, 2014 Editor's note: June 6 is the 70th Anniversary of D-Day. To mark this occasion, the Ernie Pyle World War II Museum in Dana, Ind. more »»

Repnow: Thank you, David & Nancy Fuller

May 23, 2014 May 16, 2014 marked the Centennial Commencement Exercises at Minot State University. This distinct graduation was held in the Minot State University Dome at 10 a.. more »»

Schmidt: New face in extension office

May 23, 2014 I’m very excited to announce that Claire Lowstuter has accepted the part-time administrative assistant position. Claire began her duties as administrative assistant on Monday. more »»

Kaylor: May is National Salsa month

May 23, 2014 Salsas, Spanish for the word "sauce," are low in calories, full of flavor, and available with a variety of ingredients, from tomatoes, jalapenos and habaneras to mangoes, pineapples, strawberries... more »»

Omdahl: Good arguments for conservation proposal

May 23, 2014 The Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment proposing to dedicate $100 million annually to conservation in North Dakota has become the subject of a well-orchestrated attack by an array of state... more »»

Kaylor: Try container gardening

May 16, 2014 Gardening has become very popular, but not everyone has a big backyard to grow a large garden or the time to tend it. If you are short on space, consider container gardening. more »»

Omdahl: Let’s help everyone stand some ground

May 16, 2014 On the premise that our homes are our castles, we have invoked the right to “stand our ground” and shoot anyone who appears on the castle grounds. more »»

Chapman: Thanks to all mothers

May 16, 2014 I consider myself fortunate to have met so many strong mothers in our area. more »»

Berginski: Graduation is nigh

May 16, 2014 The Rugby High School Class of 2014 will graduate in eight days. Other area schools will have commencement ceremonies at relatively the same time. more »»

Repnow: Captivating harmony among teachers, students and parents

May 9, 2014 Music has been defined as the universal language of the world. Some feel it is perhaps the oldest. It is a common verdict of history that music came before speech. more »»

 
 

 

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