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April 22, 2015 The Minot State University Gala is just around the corner. Joining us in creating items from the former McFarland fabric is Jan (Johnson) Norsby from Rugby. more »»

‘I Am the Walrus’ ... goo goo g’ joob

April 15, 2015 The Walrus is a popular local eatery snuggled into a non-descript strip plaza two blocks from the governor’s mansion in our state capital. more »»

An easy way to make homemade bread

April 8, 2015 I enjoy receiving feedback from readers. Recently, several younger readers have requested a column on easy bread makin. more »»

An Irish frog and a pot of gold in Minot

April 1, 2015 In one of the many variations of Irish folklore involving leprechauns and pots of gold, one of the lesser-known ones is about Ebeneezer’s frog. more »»

The benefits of change

March 25, 2015 Our family recently celebrated my mom’s 95th birthday at the Benedictine Living Center in Garrison. As we were growing up, my mom took time to celebrate our birthdays. more »»

Montana Mike’s isn’t from Montana

March 18, 2015 As a matter of fact, there isn’t one single franchise unit of Montana Mike’s in the state of Montana. There’s only one in all of North Dakota, here in Minot, at 3816 S. Broadway, in front of Walmar. more »»

Celebrating cherished neighbors

March 11, 2015 There are some neighbors who come into your life and impact it in such was way that you never see things the same again. more »»

The Asian invasion: N.D. Asia restaurant

March 4, 2015 When we think about revolution, it is usually in the context of violent overthrow of one ruling class in favor of anothe. more »»

Duncan Hines an authority on good eating

February 25, 2015 Recently discovered cooking booklets from my childhood have revealed some interesting facts. Perhaps you recall me mentioning that my dad had an appliance store in Underwood. more »»

Getting to know Belgian endive with the help of cheese

February 25, 2015 Fresh-faced, yet utterly jet-lagged. That’s how I arrived in France for the first time. And that’s how I was introduced to Belgian endive. more »»

Badlands Restaurant and Grill: a case study

February 11, 2015 This agreeable restaurant located at 1400 31st Ave. SW can be a little hard to find if you haven’t already been a guest there. more »»

The importance of the measured word

February 11, 2015 As President’s Day approaches, let us pause and think about words that have come from the White House. more »»

Flowers could improve the State of the Union

January 28, 2015 Would you agree that items we often work within our professional careers tend to drift over to everyday living? You know, like a secretary who writes perfect letters to friends from home, an... more »»

The epic story of Schatz Crossroads restaurant

January 21, 2015 The Schatz story is a tale of two cities and one family with vision and grit. It began here in Minot in the early 70’s. Danny Schatz was a young man who seemed to have it made. more »»

Belated happy birthday wishes to a salty gal

January 14, 2015 Have you ever missed someone’s birthday? You feel bad that you overlooked their birthday and the chance to wish them well. more »»

A Primo experience

January 7, 2015 Eating can be a habit, an obsession, an adventure, a chore or a bore. more »»

The legacy of The Hub

December 31, 2014 Cold, windy, gray and bitter was the day when the first bucket clawed its way into the former Hub complex located for 50 years at the intersections of U. S. Highway 2 and 3. more »»

The milkman calls again!

December 17, 2014 While removing our Christmas decorations from the storage closet, I came across a box of my childhood toys. What a delight to see and touch them again. more »»

Green Waves and Prairie Roses discovered again

November 19, 2014 For some time now, it has been a source of wonder what the new nickname should be for the University of North Dakota. more »»

A tradition continues

November 16, 2014 Despite lower deer numbers, fewer licenses and possible changes on the horizon, deer hunting remains a very strong tradition in North Dakota. That tradition was evident during the Nov. more »»



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