By Marvin Baker, a new weekly column in The Kenmare News
Throughout the history of North Dakota, the community of Beulah is one of a number of short-term oddities.
Posted 4/27/21 (Tue) read more »
When I started writing this column more than seven years ago, the subject was often the first thing that popped into my head.
Posted 4/20/21 (Tue) read more »
We often hear about drugs or counterfeit products being smuggled across the Canadian border, but the business of smuggling people has been going on since early territorial days.
Posted 4/13/21 (Tue) read more »
By 1920, there were 91,000 vehicles registered in North Dakota, which was up from zero in 1900. Today, there are almost 400,000.
Posted 4/06/21 (Tue) read more »
There are approximately 15,000 students at the University of North Dakota and at least 35 of them; players, coaches and support staff, are involved in hockey.
Posted 3/23/21 (Tue) read more »
Once in a while a person stands out and when that happens, I try to write about that individual as a sort of recognition for going above and beyond.
Posted 3/16/21 (Tue) read more »
It’s obvious that in the last decade, Williston, Watford City, New Town and Stanley have been boom towns because of all the oil activities that was going on there.
Posted 3/09/21 (Tue) read more »
Back when the oil boom was building in the northwest, there was a lot of traffic on N.D. Highway 23 between Watford City and Makoti. It started in 2009 and got worse before it got dangerous.
Posted 3/02/21 (Tue) read more »
We often find ourselves pondering the what ifs of the world but we can’t see far enough into that crystal ball to make sense of it.
Posted 2/23/21 (Tue) read more »