Tag Archives: North Dakota

Word Cloud: WINDIGO

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD Louise Erdrich (1954 – ) grew up in North Dakota, where her Chippewa mother and German-American father taught at a boarding school run by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. She describes the land as a place where the “earth and sky touch … Continue reading

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Readings – Little heroes put out fire with their super-soakers

~ Readings highlights content from elsewhere.  ~ These kids are awesome! Neighborhood kids put out fire using Super Soakers By Forum staff reports, May 31, 2016 WEST FARGO — Neighborhood kids with water guns are credited with saving a homebound West Fargo … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: SUNCROSSING

 by NONA BLYTH CLOUD I am by choice most thoroughly a creature of the West Coast convergence of sea and desert, which gives new meaning to “dry land.” Autumn, when the sun recrosses the equator heading south, might tempt me … Continue reading

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