By Marvin Baker, a new weekly column in The Kenmare News
When you drive past any small town on the North Dakota prairie, and quite frankly many other states like South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska and Kansas, they all look the same.
Posted 1/19/21 (Tue) read more »
There’s one thing we can be certain of here in North Dakota and that’s wind.
Posted 1/12/21 (Tue) read more »
This is the time of the year when motorists don’t want to be messing around with danger on the road.
Posted 1/05/21 (Tue) read more »
I’m sure by now, most of us in North Dakota are aware of high definition radio. After all, Prairie Public Radio has been HD for several years and if you ever listen to Prairie Public, you’ll agree that the sound quality is incredible.
Posted 12/29/20 (Tue) read more »
Because it’s Christmas time, most of us are happy to receive presents, attend special church services and gain lots of weight from wonderful meals.
Posted 12/22/20 (Tue) read more »
Some disturbing news came out of the North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources this month. The agency reported that as of Dec. 8, there were only 16 active oil rigs drilling in the state.
Posted 12/15/20 (Tue) read more »
Finding statistics for multiple sclerosis is quite frustrating. Few numbers exist, but in 1993, one in every 350 people in Wyoming contracted MS.
Posted 12/08/20 (Tue) read more »
There’s an African proverb that states “when an old man dies, a library burns to the ground. It essentially means that when someone is gone, so is their story.
Posted 12/01/20 (Tue) read more »
We sometimes hear about these old hermits who stash money in their mattresses and the loot isn’t found until years after they’ve died.
Posted 11/24/20 (Tue) read more »