My pastor concluded his sermon on generosity, reached into his pocket and pulled out a $20 bill. He held it high. “Who would like this?”
His question was met with silence by the congregation. He asked again, “Who would like this? It comes with an assignment. You have to give it away.”
IIhave a lot of admiration for radio reporters who are good at their craft. They have the ability to describe a scene, to make you feel like you’re there.
My career as a television reporter began in 1967, and one of the first things I realized was that the TV camera took really good notes.
The guiding light of history
Afew months ago, I received a call from Michael Miller, the director and bibliographer of the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection of the North Dakota State University (NDSU) Libraries.
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North Dakota Living is recognizing history this month, with stories about women in agriculture and the beginnings of the Bank of North Dakota. In that vein, we thought it appropriate to look back on our own history, as the magazine of North Dakota’s electric cooperatives since 1954.