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CHEF JEFF: One Byte At A Time — Meatball Stroganoff
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TIM MADIGAN: Anything Mentionable — ‘I’m Proud Of You,’ Chapter Two Memory
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TERRY DULLUM: The Dullum File — Gospel Music And Devils Lake
 

DANIEL HAGLUND: Just The Facts, Man —A View To The Sky

I have had a lifelong fascination with architecture — and tall buildings specifically. I would fill spiral-bound notebooks with fantastic floor plans of my dream homes, completely devoid of common-sense, load-bearing laws or feng shui rules. But I was only 7. Maybe it was when I climbed a ladder at age 3 to join my dad who was shingling our … Continue reading DANIEL HAGLUND: Just The Facts, Man —A View To The Sky

TOM DAVIES: The Verdict — Pipeline Protesters, Be Heard

All right, my Native American friends, I’m guest-hosting the KFGO Radio “Afternoon Show” from 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday. The media has complained you haven’t been available for interviews. Please have some of your spokespersons call in to outline your positions. The more you speak the less I have to You’ll be on the No.1 … Continue reading TOM DAVIES: The Verdict — Pipeline Protesters, Be Heard

CHEF JEFF: One Byte At A Time — Pork Chops in Creamed-Style Corn

Pork chops are one of those foods that appeal to cooks for a number of reasons, Besides being quite tasty and easy to prepare, they are very versatile. Pork chops can prepared in a number of ways, including baked, fried, grilled and breaded. They also are very budget-friendly. Like chicken, pork is cheaper than beef. Typically, a pig is ready … Continue reading CHEF JEFF: One Byte At A Time — Pork Chops in Creamed-Style Corn

JIM FUGLIE: View From The Prairie — Sorting Out The Good Guys And The Bad Guys: Pipeline Project In Limbo

Note: This story has been updated since it was originally posted Friday evening. Late Friday, North Dakota’s governor, Jack Dalrymple, declared that a state of emergency existed in south-central North Dakota, due to a large gathering, in temporary campgrounds, of opponents of the placement of the Dakota Access Pipeline under the Missouri River on the … Continue reading JIM FUGLIE: View From The Prairie — Sorting Out The Good Guys And The Bad Guys: Pipeline Project In Limbo

TOM COYNE: Back In Circulation — A Stand For The Brand Or The Need For Greed?

About 20 years ago, I was teaching a Television Editing class at the then Brown Institute. The focus of the class was to help students learn how to use video cameras, edit tape and put together short commercials or news stories. One of the challenges was to identify newsmakers and line them up for interviews. … Continue reading TOM COYNE: Back In Circulation — A Stand For The Brand Or The Need For Greed?

TOM DAVIES: The Verdict — Pipeline Protesters On Standing Rock Reservation Need Our Support

Almost buried by the national media, and under-reported in the local media, is the story of a people savaged by our European ancestors and by settlers in North Dakota. I’m sure many of you, like me, attended the old cowboy and Indian movies, where in most cases the Indian “savages” were destroyed just in time by … Continue reading TOM DAVIES: The Verdict — Pipeline Protesters On Standing Rock Reservation Need Our Support

NANCY EDMONDS HANSON: After Thought —If You Can’t Beat ‘Em …

We give up. After 30 years spent trying to thwart bushy-tailed tree rats, we accept that squirrels are the master race. All hail! They’ve beaten us. They’ve foiled every attempt to preserve our backyard snacks for our wild bird buddies. The wily tree-leaping rodents have out-thought, outfought, outpersisted and outsmarted these humans who stock groceries … Continue reading NANCY EDMONDS HANSON: After Thought —If You Can’t Beat ‘Em …

CHEF JEFF: One Byte At A Time — Meatball Stroganoff

Beef Stroganoff has become an extremely popular dish ever since it originated in 19th century Russia. In fact, there are probably as many variations of the dish as there are cultures in the world. For example, in Brazil, host of the 2016 Summer Olympics, it is known as estrogonofe, and chicken or shrimp sometimesis substituted for beef. The Swedes make … Continue reading CHEF JEFF: One Byte At A Time — Meatball Stroganoff

TIM MADIGAN: Anything Mentionable — ‘I’m Proud Of You,’ Chapter Two Memory

I came across these photos thanks to my friends at the “Mister Rogers Neighborhood” Archive. They are from Fred’s senior yearbook, 1945-46, Latrobe (Pa.) High School. Fred was the yearbook editor. Even then you could see the light in him. One of the photograph is of Jim Stumbaugh. Those who have read the book might remember Jim’s … Continue reading TIM MADIGAN: Anything Mentionable — ‘I’m Proud Of You,’ Chapter Two Memory

TERRY DULLUM: The Dullum File — Gospel Music And Devils Lake

“I never thought I’d sing in Devils Lake,” third-generation gospel singer Mark Blackwood said Monday night, “but here we are.” And a near perfect night it was. The rain held off, the temperature was perfect, and there wasn’t a mosquito in sight at Roosevelt Park. This will certainly date me, but I first heard the Blackwood … Continue reading TERRY DULLUM: The Dullum File — Gospel Music And Devils Lake