RURAL REFLECTIONS the Pavek Museum
Sometimes people give gems of information to each other, gems which
are worth more than their mineral counterparts. Paul Maloney is a
friend of mine who gave me such a gem and I want to share it with ... Posted on 4/20/13 at 8:37 AM
STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Cross Quarter Day
Saturday is Groundhogs Day, made famous in recent decades by the celebration in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. But the origins of having a celebration on February 2 goes back to ancient times as today ma... Posted on 1/31/13 at 11:38 AM
AMY'S RANCH SLANTS Dakota Photo
If youre a history buff, are infatuated with the Black Hills of South Dakota, or appreciate beautiful photography, I encourage you to visit Dakota Photo. Paul Horsteds photography and books are the be... Posted on 1/12/11 at 8:00 PM
The steamer Grand Forks arrived here 100 years ago with 30,000 bushels of grain in barges. It was leaving the next morning to pick up more grain to be unloaded at Oslo, Minn.
The Red River Transportation Co. was finding it impossible to handle all of the demands of grain growers along the Red River, the Herald reported.
Rarely does a father-son combination excel in different fields at the community, state and national level. Because of the contributions made by Oscar Will and his son George, North Dakota is richer in the areas of agriculture, education, history and anthropology.
Preservation North Dakota, the state’s private, nonprofit, grassroots coalition for historic preservation, will be holding its 16th Annual North Dakota Historic Preservation Conference May 1-3 in Bismarck.
Preservation North Dakota works throughout the year developing programs to raise public awareness about the plight of historic prairie churches, school buildings, rural farm sites, historic barns, storefronts, and other buildings.
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