Once upon a time, a busy business owner said, “I wish I could slow down.” In another part of the kingdom, a stressed working mom sighed, “I wish I could spend more time with my kids.” And, every teenager in the land shouted, “We want to stay home from school and binge-watch movies!”
My mother-in-law, Rosemary (Tetzlaff) Gunsch, was raised on a farm that was inundated when the Heart Butte Dam was built in 1949. On her 94th birthday this past Jan. 19, she talked about how she and her siblings would herd the family’s flock of sheep on some unfenced land.
The perfect storm
You’ve heard the saying, “You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone.” Unfortunately, this rang true for many Americans during the string of subzero temperatures and winter weather events this past month.
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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.