THE NUTRITION FORUM Food Safety in a Power Outage
Well, Worthington, this has been quite the spring/winter storm! With the abundant power outages, food safety can be of real concern. Fortunately, with the rolling blackouts we are having, the power sh... Posted on 4/11/13 at 11:06 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Die winter, die
I think winter needs to close its show and move out of town. I cannot
remember a recent winter which has overstayed its welcome to such
perfection as the one most current.
As a young man near Viking,... Posted on 3/23/13 at 6:06 AM
SLOWING THE RACING MIND We are Like the Weather
Bloggers note: I started this post several weeks ago and am back to it because this week has been much like that dayand I had the same thoughts but had not completed the post then. I hope you enjoy th... Posted on 3/20/13 at 7:03 AM
HUNGRY FOR LIFE Clothing Sale, Crafters Sale, Musican and Much More
This Saturday, March 23rd from 8 a.m.-3:00 p.m. is a clothing sale at First United Methodist Church, the Coppertop Church, lower level. (Right off of Central Entrance/Duluth.)
Gently used clo... Posted on 3/18/13 at 11:06 AM
CUTE 'N' COMFY Romp[er]ing through the snow
Although I strongly dislike the blizzard-y conditions, I'm loving my snow day! The bank didn't open until after noon today, so I was able to stay home this morning; and campus is still closed, so I'... Posted on 2/11/13 at 5:15 PM
New York's comedy clubs, some of which had to shut down or go on generator power in the aftermath of the storm, dealt with a bad situation like they always have — by turning Sandy into a running punchline.
Vincent Pina finally saw a couple of utility trucks coming down his street Thursday and started to wave in anticipation. But they just cruised past his house and kept on going. He hung his head in resignation.
Corey Lonetto figures he won’t be home in West Duluth this Thanksgiving. That’s a sacrifice he’s willing to make as he and five other Como Oil & Propane truck drivers deliver nearly 40,000 gallons of fuel to the storm-beaten East Coast.
One week after the sinking of the HMS Bounty off the coast of Cape Hatteras, N.C., grief and questions continue to swirl around a captain’s fateful decision to sail the wooden replica ship into a powerful hurricane system.
Cold weather settling in across the New York metropolitan area compounded the misery Sunday for people already struggling with widespread gasoline shortages and power outages in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Even with her Coney Island apartment squarely in the path of superstorm Sandy, Loraine Gore was staying put. At age 90, she said, she had her reasons. After floodwaters subsided, Gore's body was found face-down in her home — one of nearly a dozen New Yorkers over the age of 65 who perished in the storm.
With the runners ready but ravaged residents still recovering from Sandy, this weekend's New York City Marathon was canceled Friday when Mayor Michael Bloomberg reversed himself and yielded to mounting criticism that this was no time to run a race.
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