OH LOOK! A SHINY THING The Weirdness That Is Gangnam Style
If you haven't heard of Gangnam Style by now, it's a silly Korean pop song that went spectacularly viral online and has since become tremendously popular.
Its music video on YouTube has more than a b... Posted on 1/8/13 at 3:27 PM
ALL ABOUT FOOD Summer salad easy to tote to Independence Day picnics.
If you've been to a Twins baseball game at Target Field on a Sunday afternoon, you may have satisfied your hunger pangs with a refreshing healthful salad from the Roots for the Home Team Garden Goodie... Posted on 7/2/12 at 10:34 AM
THE FLENSBURG FILES Happy Children’s Day
When was the last time you did something special for your child? Did you take him/her to the zoo to feed the animals, throw a party and invite his/her friends over, or made a special treat for him/her... Posted on 6/1/12 at 4:55 PM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES The Bridgehunter’s Chronicles Rehabilitated!
Some changes in the online column to make it appear more attractive to the readers.
In the past couple weeks, some of you have been seeing some road work done to the Bridgehunters Chronicles and it... Posted on 5/4/12 at 7:28 AM
NEW PLATEAUS Bamboo U: Part 2
Well, with a full belly of Chinese eats, it was time to let it settle into the relaxing, calming environs of a lecture hall. Good for digestion I hearand sleep deprivation.
But you won't be nodding o... Posted on 6/12/11 at 8:32 AM
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — Kirby Baumgard, Staff Engineer in the Aftertreatment Technology Group for John Deere Power Systems, has been named a winner of the SAE International 2011 Forest R. McFarland Award.
Baumgard, a 1977 graduate of Round Lake High School, has worked for John Deere since 1995.
Pair from Minnesota Historical Society examines our community’s diversity
WORTHINGTON — There’s only so much education that comes from reading books and research papers. When it comes down to it, the best lessons are the first-hand experiences of being “where it all comes together.”
WORTHINGTON — From American bluegrass to Celtic dance, African rhythm and Korean dancers, the 17th annual International Festival this Friday and Saturday in Worthington should have broad public appeal.
Leo Lara (left), a professional musician from the Twin Cities and an Ecuador native, works with incoming second-grader Mara Nordby (center) Tuesday afternoon during the “Cultural Bridges Through Music” class at Prairie Elementary in Worthington as Cathryn Nakhornsak of the Nobles County Integration Collaborative looks on.
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