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Omdahl: Civics Test a 'Feel Good' Measure

March 8, 2016 “I don’t get caught up in these feel good bills,” explained Sen. more »»

Rugby Youth Learn About Value of Our Soil

February 26, 2016 This week I had the wonderful privilege of spending Tuesday morning and afternoon helping my partners from the Pierce County Soil Conservation introduce Rugby grade school classes to the wonders of... more »»

Celebrating the Farm Bill, Fighting to Protect it

February 26, 2016 After painstaking negotiations and bipartisan compromise, I was proud to help get the 2014 Farm Bill across the finish line – supporting 16 million American jobs, while reducing the deficit by more... more »»

Omdahl: Lady Stands Up To Homeland Chauvinists

February 26, 2016 “Why are we meeting again this winter?” demanded Orville Jordan as he charged through the door and pounded his pipe on the table in front of Ork Dorken, chairperson of the Community Homeland Securit... more »»

Sporadically Sara: Get the ‘H’ Outta Here

February 26, 2016 I have written several columns about the little things that drive me crazy. Everyone has idiosyncrasies that keep them up at night. Simple, ordinary tasks are things that drive me crazy. more »»

The Good Ol' Days: That Was No Lady, That Was a Bull

February 19, 2016 While driving to Kissimmee to cover the Florida high school girls weightlifting championships on a recent Saturday afternoon, my route took me past Orlando International Airport and then onto a... more »»

New Variety Releases for the Spring of 2016

February 19, 2016 The following new NDAES developed varieties will be available for distribution to the County Seed Increase Program in the spring of 2016: New Conventional Soybean “ND Bison” - tested as ex. more »»

Omdahl: Declining a Party Invitation

February 19, 2016 Kelly Armstrong, Chairman North Dakota Republican Party Dear Kelly: Thank you for your kind invitation to pay $36.50 to become a member of the Republican Part. more »»

Sporadically Sara: Love Everyday

February 12, 2016 Valentine's Day will be here in just a few short days. more »»

Omdahl: A Little Bit of Sunshine for North Dakota?

February 12, 2016 Cheer up, North Dakota. It is now February and we can see thaw at the end of the tundra.  However, we still need some uplifting billboards to fight Seasonal Affective Disorder. more »»

The Good Ol' Days: FM Coming to Town

February 12, 2016 When I read that Lila Harstad and Rugby Broadcasters were bringing an FM radio station to Rugby, I was absolutely thrilled. It’s one of those “I remember where I was when... more »»

Let’s Cook: Valentine’s Day

February 12, 2016 Each year when Valentine’s Day comes around, I dig out my old Valentines from grade school. Their witty and silly puns still make me smile. more »»

The Good Ol' Days: Super Bowl X

February 5, 2016 A week before Super Bowl X in January 1976, I was working in radio in Ft. Lauderdal. more »»

Why Evangelicals Love the Donald

February 5, 2016 “Trump is immodest, arrogant, foul-mouthed, money-obsessed, thrice-married, and until recently, pro-choice. By any convention standards, evangelical Christians should despise him. more »»

From the Vault

February 5, 2016 Newly-elected board members and others of the Greater Rugby Area Chamber of Commerce have been instated this month. more »»

The Good Ol' Days: Remembering Officer Frank Peterson

February 2, 2016 Sunday morning, February 3, 1963 dawned cloudy and cold. It had been well below zero a few days earlier, but temps had now risen into the teens. more »»

Let's Cook: And the Leading Role Goes To...Cooked Salad Dressings

January 29, 2016 Just admit it—you wrapped yourself in a soft hyacinth blue wool shawl, not really wanting to go to the Christmas office party. more »»

Sporadically Sara: Don't Let Bad People Stop You From Giving

January 29, 2016 Scrolling through my Facebook this morning there was an article that stopped me in my tracks. more »»

Omdahl: There Are Still Jobs in North Dakota

January 29, 2016 Even though 5 percent of the North Dakota workforce is still claiming to be unemployed, there are plenty of jobs for the taking. more »»

Omdahl: What To-Do About These Ex-Convicts

January 22, 2016 The prison population in North Dakota has tripled from 578 in 1995 to 1,800 in 2015 and is expected to increase to 2,985, all at the annual cost of $43,000 per inmat. more »»



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