Hello, If it rains. If it rains. When it rains.
Hello, I made it through another Super Bowl!
Hello, I’m not the guy you call when you need something done around the house.
I was with the youngest children at church last Sunday when something happened that made me think about Civil Rights Day and the challenges this country has faced.
The second week of the session has turned up the pace as most of us have a full schedule of committee work and bills being acted on in the floor sessions.
The warm-up the region has experienced in January is certainly welcome, however, it also means that checking your grain bins at this time may be prudent.
A famous quote, probably more famous than Grandpa’s, “Never buy a horse from a guy that sits in the front pew at church” was Winston Churchill’s, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” Posted 11/30/12 Dean Meyer…
Dear Editor: I am writing a letter to the editor regarding Measure 5 in North Dakota.
With all booms if you will, there is a need for mobile food and services and the Oil Patch is no different other than there are no horses involved like the wild west.
I imagine everyone is getting a wee bit tired of the political ads.
Remember those days when you sat at the kitchen table before you ate that delicious meal that your mother prepared everyone said a prayer together?
Last Sunday after experiencing that beloved siren and being absolutely exhausted I did not accomplish one of my goals…
Grain Production Numbers and What They Mean
As I have said, I did not come to the Oil Patch ‘Willy Nilly.’
As I mentioned I have been here for nary a week and have accomplished a great deal and am adjusting to my new home and environment.