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TERRY DULLUM: The Dullum File — Funeral Food
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CHEF JEFF: One Byte At A Time — Bean Soup with Pork Hocks
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RUSS HONS: Photo Gallery — Minnesota Twins Vs. Detroit Tigers
 

CLAY JENKINSON: The Lakota Protest — Head and Heart

This is just going to be a personal meditation, and I apologize to anyone who would rather have more analytics and argumentation. When I was still a teenager, my best friend gave me a copy of “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee” by Dee Brown. I read it hard and fast, cover to cover, and it … Continue reading CLAY JENKINSON: The Lakota Protest — Head and Heart

JIM FUGLIE: View From The Prairie — Thoughts On Arnold Palmer

Last year, when I was getting ready for my 50-year class reunion of the 1965 graduating class from Hettinger (N.D.) High School, I dug through boxes of keepsakes downstairs and found my senior class yearbook. It was actually an expanded edition of the Hettinger Hi-Lites, our high school newspaper, but it was the same format … Continue reading JIM FUGLIE: View From The Prairie — Thoughts On Arnold Palmer

JEFF OLSON: Photo Gallery — Yosemite National Park

  Alexandria, Va., photographer Jeff Olson recently took part in a tour of Yosemite National Park in California. Yosemite is located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and is famed for its giant, ancient sequoia trees, and for Tunnel View, the iconic vista of towering Bridalveil Fall and the granite cliffs of El Capitan and Half Dome. Here are some … Continue reading JEFF OLSON: Photo Gallery — Yosemite National Park

RUSS HONS: Photo Gallery — Remembering Arnold Palmer

The world of golf lost a legend Sunday. Arnold Palmer, who was nicknamed “The King,” died in a Pittsburgh hospital while awaiting heart surgery. Palmer won seven major championships during his professional career, which spanned more than five decades. He won the Masters four times, The Open twice and the U.S. Open once. Here are … Continue reading RUSS HONS: Photo Gallery — Remembering Arnold Palmer

JIM FUGLIE: View From The Prairie — Bottom Line: In Your Face

There was a discussion at my table Saturday night about whether Indians in North Dakota have gained or lost respect as a result of the Dakota Access Pipeline controversy. There was no consensus. But what I do know is that important voices are rising in support of Tribal actions (although not so much in support of … Continue reading JIM FUGLIE: View From The Prairie — Bottom Line: In Your Face

Tony J Bender: That’s Life — The Real Cannonball Ranch Story

If you think you’re up to speed after a two-minute segment on the news and a Facebook meme about the pipeline, here’s your reality check. The purchase of the Cannonball Ranch by Dakota Access Pipeline exposes more of billionaire Kelcy Warren’s Machiavellian relentlessness. He ordered a sacred burial site bulldozed, brought in attack dogs to … Continue reading Tony J Bender: That’s Life — The Real Cannonball Ranch Story

CLAY JENKINSON: Indian Sovereignty As Monopoly Money

Non-Indians have a very hard time understanding and recognizing the concept of tribal sovereignty. No matter what the U.S. Constitution might say, or Chief Justice John Marshall, most non-Indians see Native Americans as a poor, ghettoized and dysfunctional people living on the fringes of American society. They are aware that Indians license their vehicles with … Continue reading CLAY JENKINSON: Indian Sovereignty As Monopoly Money

TERRY DULLUM: The Dullum File — Funeral Food

The other day, I mentioned casually on Facebook that a nice neighbor of ours had come to the door with a Tupperware container full of tuna noodle hotdish (minus the crumbled potato chips for the top). I added snarkily something about it being almost as much fun as attending at a Lutheran funeral. Well, that seemed to wake up the internet a bit. Almost … Continue reading TERRY DULLUM: The Dullum File — Funeral Food

CHEF JEFF: One Byte At A Time — Bean Soup with Pork Hocks

Anyone who has contemplated making bean soup for the first time and goes to the internet looking for a recipe will likely find one that suits his or her tastes. That’s because there’s hardly any limit to the number of bean soups that a cook can make. Perhaps the main reason is that beans come in all shapes, colors … Continue reading CHEF JEFF: One Byte At A Time — Bean Soup with Pork Hocks

RUSS HONS: Photo Gallery — Minnesota Twins Vs. Detroit Tigers

The Minnesota Twins aren’t having the season most of their fans were expecting, but that doesn’t stop some of them from going to a game. Grand Forks photographer Russ Hons was at Target Field on Thursday night for the second game of two the Twins played against the Detroit Tigers. And here’s what caught his eye.