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Page 8 August 22nd, 2013 :~!ii~+:ili ~+;!i+~+ iii~!!i~ ~+!~iiiiiiiiili: Valley News and Views to improve our skills, we both went to Bluewater Bible Welcome back to the Camp this summer, Taylor Laiken and Taylor Column. did horse competitions School started up again on in the Hamilton Fair, and Tuesday, the 20th, so we are Laiken learned how to bake all working on getting back pies and make doughnuts to our old routines of waking with her mom. Now we will up early and all of that "fun be able to take all of those stuff'. Volleyball and football things, and more, into the practices have begun now, school year to use to help us along with 5th and 6th grade through things and improve. girls'basketballstartingTalk about a worthwhile soon. summer! So if you feel like Although summer break you just wasted your entire has unfortunately ended, summer, and it just went too there are still many things we quickly, think back at all of can carry on with us now as the little things that made it the next season starts. What alright. are we talking about; youOn Saturday, August 17th may be wondering. Well over was the"OffThe Charts Music the summer we have been Festival" in Cavalier, North to multiple basketball and Dakota. It was an extremely volleyball camps and leagues fun and great event that brought many people from other towns and hopefully will bring even more next year, as it is a blast! They had five different Christian bands; Loftland, Nicole Croteau, Remedy Drive, Press Play, and Seventh Day Slumber that performed throughout the day. There also was a parade, inflatable games, food, and many other great activities to do. Once again; thank you for reading our column, you can email us anything; questions, tips, or whatever is on your mind at laikentaylor. and we hope that you have a fantastic week! Dakota Tales and Trails Continued From Page 2 working conditions, while its impacts, transitioning to many of the social problems jobs for spouses seem to civilian life, and applying for workers, spouses and be in the lower spectrum of team and crew skills to a new children can be lessened by employment, often without context of living, programs that come from benefits, such as health care The unemployment rate of non-profit organizations and perks, veteransissignificantlyhigher and the military experience, It seems to me, as a retired than the civilian population, coupled with some social service member, that many Recent returnees are flocking and civic entrepreneurship of the lessons learned from to college campuses to gain from the grass-roots upwards military family life, could be new skills for non-military in a land of prosperity. applied to mobile immigrant jobs. The leadership skills of From where I'm sitting, the families seeking economic service members are greatboom is just beginning and benefit from a "boom" assets that can be served in the opportunities include the - preparing for relocation, unfamiliar missions, entire State, even if you live father-absent studies and With today's technologies, along the Red River. Prairie Fare Continued From Page 10 State University athlete almonds in a large bowl. make this recipe online inIn a separate bowl, mix the minutes at http://www, peanut butter and honey. Spoon the peanut butter videos/healthy-snacks- and honey mixture over the cereal-bars, cereal mixture. Mix well. Cereal Bars Press mixture into an 8- by 8-inch pan. Chill for an hour, 3 c. whole-grain then cut into 16 squares. breakfast cereal (such Wrap in plastic wrap for a as Cheerios, Kashi) quick, on-the-go snack. 1 c. raisins or dried Makes 16 servings. Each cranberries serving has 200 calories, 26 1/4 c. slivered almonds grams (g) of carbohydrate, 9 1 c. peanut butter (can g of fat and 7 g of protein. (Julie Garden-Robinson, substitute Sunbutter) Ph.D., R.D., L.R.D., is a North 1/2 c. honey Dakota State University Mix cereal, dried fruit and Extension Service food and Dog Days of August Summer Savings More $~YJll~,~? Look lor Our Spatial Ctltlpttn in this newsapaper. 12 Packs of Coke Products 2/: ;7.00 PLAY the North Dakota Lottery HERE! St. Thomas Public School Lunch Menu Through Friday August 30th Thursday August 22nd No Breakfast Served Hot Dogs Friday August 23rd BBQ Chicken Sandwich Friday August 30th Cheese Omelets Ham and Cheese Hoagie nutrition specialist and professor in the Department of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences.) 1903 Red August 12--The Grand Forks took a load of freight to BigWoods. September 14--The Fram, back in action, brought a load of wheat into Grand Forks. September 15--The Fram returned upriver. September 22--The Fram under Captain Lystad brought 16,000 bushels of wheat from Belmont into Grand Forks and unloaded it the next day. September 24--The Grand Forks came into Grand Forks from the north with a load of wheat. September26-27- -Anunnamedsteamboat, probably the Fram, was at Acton. September 29--The Fram brought 16,000 bushels of wheat into Grand Forks from the north. October 2--The Fram steamed into port with a load of wheat. An October 16 announcement said that old steamboat captain Frank Aymond had recently died three miles west of Neche. October 25- -The Grand Forks with Commodore Lystad in charge arrived in Grand Forks from the north with 27,000 bushels of wheat on six barges. It was characterized as the "largest load of wheat ever pulled into Grand Forks of which there is any record." [But see entries for April 26, For the Love of the Bartender At a recent wedding reception the D.J. yelled... "Would all married men please stand next to the one person who has made your life worth living." The bartender was almost crushed to death. Drayton Public School Lunch Menu Through Friday August 30th Thursday August 22nd Subs - Toppings, Corn, Assorted Muffins, Yogurt, Mandarin Oranges, and Juice, and Milk Milk ChiliCrispitoswithToppings, Wednesday August 28th Peas, Pears, and Milk Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and Friday August 23rd Milk Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and Cheeseburger Macaroni, Milk Peas, Peaches, and Milk BBQ on Bun, Carrots, Thursday August 29th Pineapple, andMilk Egg and Cheese Muffin, Monday August 26th Fruit, and Milk Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and Soft Shell Tacos - Toppings, Milk Peas, Pears, and Milk Pizza, Green Beans, Friday August 30th Applesauce, and Milk Cereal, Yogurt, Juice, and Tuesday August 27th Milk Waffles, Yogurt, Juice, and Italian Dunkers, Carrots, Milk Pineapple, and Milk No Breakfast Served A Chronicle of River Steamboating Part 53 By K. C. Gardner, Jr. 1886, and May 10, 1903.] Both the Grand Forks and the Fram were "being taxed to the limit with business this year." October 27--The Grand Forks headed north out of Grand Forks. October 28--The Fram weighed anchor and went upstream. October 29--The Grand Forks loaded wheat at Acton. Charlene Atlas Philosopher, Mathematician, Poet And ]'he Strongest Chicken on Earth! She can type 140 words a minute. 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