Hello, Last week we were moving some cows.
Dear Editor: I’m against S.744 (Gang of 8 Immigration Bill). It does nothing more than we did in 1986.
Hello, well, we finally got a day dry enough to do our branding.
I have lived in Killdeer more than 50 years so to me it will always be home. During the 1960’s, swimming lessons were provided at Lake Ilo – two or three of my children learned to swim there.
Each day it seems we’re treated – if that’s the right word for it – to a new and depressing headline about mistreatment of conservative groups and individuals by the IRS.
Politicians are a necessary evil and not a solution to issues.
This morning I was trying to think of something to write about. Something to do with more rain.
Nothing motivates people to start getting in shape is the thought of having to show more skin.
Growing up in Western North Dakota, I was extremely blessed to have the vast beauty of endless farm fields and the breathtaking badlands surrounding my tiny hometown of Killdeer.
Wow! That’s all I can say. Wow!
I am writing this letter to publicly apologize to Cory Ravnaas, Circle H, and Hylite Engineering for comments that I made in the Dunn County Herald story about him on Friday, May 3.
Yesterday was Mother’s Day.
The Dunn Center City Council would like to take the opportunity to clear up the misunderstanding in regards to the comments made by Mrs. Piatz in the May 3, 2013 edition of the Dunn County Herald.
As a volunteer for the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, I want to say thank you to Governor Dalrymple and the North Dakota legislature for expanding access to health care coverage for thousands of North Dakotans.
I don’t listen to the radio a lot.
One thing I have noticed over the years.
I imagine you are getting tired of my rambling on about bad weather and calving.
It was a sunny day in Boston.