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April showers bring May flowers

And, maybe books. The Women Behind the Plow display is on its way to Bismarck for its debut at the ND Heritage Center. We are all so excited about the potential for visitors to view the panels depicting life on … Continue reading

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Today’s the day

How appropriate that one day after the International Day of Women, I have the honor (huge relief) of passing the files for “Women Behind the Plow” to the printers. WOW, after two years, it’s close to a tangible product, I … Continue reading

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Helen Iszler Frisch

It is a sad moment in  my life to remember Helen Frisch, who passed away March 1. She was one of the Women Behind the Plow interviews at the age of 98. My condolences to the family. I regret not … Continue reading

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Saturday mornings

Cell phones have been around for quite some time now, more than 10 years … and yet, on Saturday mornings I think to myself, “I have to call my mom.” Seems hard to believe there was a time when we … Continue reading

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Art opening postponed until Jan. 19

WBTP Exhibit opens in Jamestown Here is a very nice story about the exhibit of Women Behind the Plow – the art opening was postponed until Jan. 19, due to very cold weather … Join us in celebrating the life … Continue reading

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WBTP Exhibit opens in Jamestown

If you have not had the privilege of viewing the Tri-County Tourism Alliance’s Women Behind the Plow photo exhibit, it opens in Jamestown’s Art Gallery this Thursday, Jan. 12, with a reception at 5:30 p.m. The exhibit is also up … Continue reading

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Comparing snow storms

“The National Weather Service said 15.5 inches fell in Bismarck on March 3, 1966 — still the highest single-day snowfall total on record for the city. The State Historical Society of North Dakota said more than 35 inches fell in … Continue reading

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