STAFF BLOG THE DULLUM FILE Emerado Turns 125
So, my life-long desire to host a parade has been realized. Thanks to Pam Brekke for inviting me to emcee Emerado's 125th Anniversary Celebration parade this morning.
There were ponies, po... Posted on 7/10/10 at 7:34 AM
NORTHERN LIGHTS BOY SCOUTS Scouting's lasting Legacy
This is an article that ran in the Bismarck Tribune on Monday, February 8th, 2010, the 100th Anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. It was written by Dale Sandstrom, an Eagle Scout, and Justice of ... Posted on 2/9/10 at 6:39 AM
GRAND FORKS (WDAZ-TV) - North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem's office has filed a motion asking the Federal Court to dismiss a suit by eight current and former UND students over the Fighting Sioux nickname and logo.
Ron Carlisle, a former legislative colleague of the late state Sen. Bob Stenehjem, was appointed Monday to finish the term of the Bismarck Republican killed in a traffic accident last month, though Stenehjem's widow said the family felt "cold-shouldered" by the replacement process.
North Dakota Senate Republican majority leader Bob Stenehjem was an honest, generous, sometimes gruff man who neither sought nor wanted praise for his accomplishments as a lawmaker, a Democratic colleague said at Stenehjem's funeral Monday.
North Dakota's Senate majority leader, Bob Stenehjem, was not wearing a seat belt and was thrown from the sport utility vehicle he was driving when he was killed in an Alaskan highway crash, authorities said Tuesday.
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem declined a request Monday to issue a legal opinion about the University of North Dakota's Fighting Sioux nickname, saying a new law that requires UND to keep the name could end up in court.
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