May 16, 2013 RSS feed / Columns

Food for Thought

Flying colors Butterflies are enchanting in the garden. Their graceful, fluttering movements add a sparkle to the plants. Plant a butterfly garden and you will be delighted all summer long. More...

BeefTalk

To Pass, 60 Percent More...

North Dakota Senate Report

The longest legislative session in history is behind us and the citizen legislators who worked hard on the state’s budget and policy issues for four months have returned home to their regular lives and have to actually live with the laws they p More...

Off the Bookshelf

The Pioneer Woman Ree grew up in Bartlesville, Okla. The daughter of a successful doctor, her childhood home was located near the seventh green of the local country club golf course. More...

From the Heartland

After an unseasonably warm 90 degrees on Monday, this week will be back to normal or even a little below normal with temperatures ranging from 58 to 79 degrees for the highs and between 41 and 50 degrees for the lows. More...

Good News

By Rev. StoutWestfield ReformedChurch and ChristianReformed Church, Hull Jesus Said: More...

Everyday Extension

Elements of effective marketing

The small business owner today has lots of new channels available to use in getting their marketing message out. More...

Eleanor’s Culinary Clips

The Art of Cooking

This week I will feature Brenna Schmidt of Kintyre, a senior at Napoleon High School. She will graduate from Napoleon High as salutatorian. She plans to attend North Dakota State College of Science, Wahpeton to study Dental Hygiene. More...

News & Reviews

Dakota Ties When I was promoting my books I called the Minnesota Newspaper Association. More...