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Keystone XL Pipeline decision should be made with true numbers

Pipeline expansions and present pipeline. From Anthony Swift, NRDC switchboard.

By Barb Price

Discussions about the Keystone XL pipeline have been throwing around numbers like candy at a parade. Supporters of the pipeline have been making promises of up to 250,000 jobs being created; lowered gas prices; energy security; thousands of gallons of North Dakota oil being sent south in the pipeline. . . It goes on and on.

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Spectacular North Dakota Hikes Bring the Dog

By Barb Price

As I began reading Spectacular North Dakota: Hikes Bring the Dog, I realized that Susan Wefald has already written a review for her book so I will use her first paragraph which so perfectly states the purpose for Spectacular North Dakota Hikes Bring the Dog. “This book is for anyone who wants to explore North Da­kota’s diverse landscape and learn more about its history. It’s for families who want to expand neighborhood strolls into the great outdoors. It’s for seasoned hik­ers looking for new experiences. And it’s for people who love the idea of hiking with their dogs.”

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The Light at the End of the World: A story of spiritual transformation in a time of catastrophic change

By Barb Price

For the past 10 years there has been talk about Global Warm­ing and Climate Change. These are not new to the history of our world. Lorraine Dopson has writ­ten a most wonderful story of the end of the ice age about 10,000 BC. She writes how the melting of the ice in that time caused a crisis for the “People of the Mother”, peaceful natives roaming the European plains. The story looks at the events through the eyes of Thistle, a brave girl who lived in a tribal society before recorded time. Continue reading