History Notes was on summer break last month, and it’s good to be back after driving across the Dakotas: Stopped to get a fast-flattening tire fixed in Hettinger (many thanks to “Steve’s Service Plus”!), waved along the way to the lovely bovine “Salem Sue,” and returned to the Red River Valley, a.k.a. The Valley of Didactic Billboards: “Smile!” “Be Kind!”
Tag Archives: North Dakota
There’s an interesting, new, dishonest TV ad out from slumshark Rick Berg. I’ll describe the dishonest and hypocritical ad, first, and then give you some analysis.
U.S. House Candidate Pam Gulleson joined U.S. Senate Candidate Heidi Heitkamp and Chair of the Senate Agriculture Committee Senator Debbie Stabenow at an agriculture forum in Fargo.
Two leaders of the North Dakota University System were honored July 17 by the presidents of North Dakota’s Tribal Colleges.
By Betty Mills
After attending a family funeral in Bowman, we drove east out of New England on Highway 21 where golden fields stretched for what seemed miles, sometimes from down one hill to the top of the next. It was the North Dakota harvest season of my youth with no sign of the prosperity and the tension of the oil patch injecting a chaotic note into an otherwise reassuring view.
Bismarck State College was ranked fourth among two and four-year institutions granting degrees in engineering technologies and engineering related fields in the June 11th issue of Community College Week, an independent, national publication covering community, technical and junior colleges.
By PI Staff
We pledge to coordinate and support the efforts to highlight American Crystal Sugar’s total disregard for its employees and to make them a poster child for corporate greed and profit over employees.”
Almost Heaven, North Dakota
Mighty Missouri River
Life is old here…Older than
the trees (really)
Younger than the rivers, flowing like a dream