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Sledding Norsk 

Kick Sleds at the Fest  [email protected]   MINOT – Is it sledding season yet? A booth at the 2022 Norsk Hostfest is ready for it!  Brent and Kristie Fingerson, owners of Scandia Kicksled of Houston, Minnesota, are selling Norwegian kick sleds and Scandinavian merchandise at the Hostfest this year, September 28…
September 28, 2022

Teaching Older Children about Money 

Budget Wise  It's important to start teaching children about finances when they are young so that they are fluent in the language of economy. Last week I talked about how to teach the youngest children about money. This week let's look at what your elementary-school and middle-school aged children should…
September 28, 2022

'Cowboy Town' Hosts NDRA Finals

Rodeo in Watford City WATFORD CITY--North Dakota Rodeo Association competition is fierce, yet the comradery and family are as genuine as the sunsets across the North Dakota plains. Watford City was home to the top contestants, their families, and fans this past weekend, Sept. 23-24, crowning state champions in each…
September 27, 2022

When You Can’t Control the Windchill, Take Control of Your Story

She's Not from Around Here PIX- MINOT--I’m not an expert at many things. A lover of learning, I tend to soak up information and skills, without ever committing them to lifelong practice. This comes in handy because I know a little bit about a lot of bits. If I need…
September 27, 2022

Becker: Teen Death could still have been Political

Response to Authorities saying Little Evidence of Political Argument [email protected]  BISMARCK – Authorities have reported that there is little evidence of a political argument before the killing of Cayler Ellingson, 18, in McHenry on September 18, but some conservatives are saying it could have still been politically motivated. According to…
September 26, 2022

Little Evidence of Political Motivation

Little evidence of political argument before teen's death BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — There is little indication that an 18-year-old who died after being struck by an SUV in North Dakota was a political extremist like the driver claimed.Investigators say none of the witnesses they have interviewed support the idea that…
September 26, 2022

Time to Buy Honey 

Provident Home Companion  Admit it. We all have a sweet tooth. We really can’t do without our sugar. Well, we can, but who really wants to?  That's why sugar or honey is a cornerstone of your basic long-term food storage. But storing sugar can be problematic. Even the slightest amount…
September 26, 2022

Washburn Man Earns Book Award 

Contributor to The Dakotan  BRANSON, MISSOURI -- Geremy Olson, Washburn, was recognized by the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers for producing the “best book” for 2022. “Campfires, Kids, and the Outdoors” earned top honors.  “When I came I knew I won something but I didn’t know what I was…
September 25, 2022

Why Not Stock 

Minot State Hosts NOTSTOCK Festival  [email protected]   MINOT – Whether making it or watching someone else make it, art can be a very interesting project that comes in all shapes and sizes.  The Northwest Arts Center in Minot is hosting its 17th annual Minot State NOTSTOCK Festival Thursday through Saturday, a…
September 24, 2022

Fill the Holes 

Petition to Fix First Avenue  [email protected]   MINOT – Bumpy roads can be quite annoying, especially for those who own a business near one.  Baelee Reiter, owner of District 89 Salon in downtown Minot, has started a petition to fix First Avenue Northeast, which she said she’s been advocating for almost…
September 23, 2022
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