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Journey to play North Dakota State Fair

March 28, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

MINOT The bands Journey and Creedence Clearwater Revisited are scheduled to perform at this year’s North Dakota State Fair. Continue Reading

A summer-long journey with a purpose

March 19, 2013 in Alexandria Echo Press

His dream is to conquer the Mississippi River.
His motivation is to raise money for a cure a cure to stop the disease that he has found himself fighting as an 18-year-old man.
The disease is Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Continue Reading

Fossilized stone arrives at Rapid City Journey Museum

February 8, 2013 in The Daily Republic

RAPID CITY (AP) A 3-ton slab of fossilized stone containing footprints of theropod dinosaurs has arrived in the lobby of The Journey Museum in Rapid City.
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Journey for a cause

November 28, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe

Doc Mishler gives the sign of the Christian Cross as he rides out of Worthington Wednesday night on his cross country journey to raise money to feed children around the world. “We all need to do what we can to help others and to see the need and not do anything is a sin.” Mishler said. Continue Reading

From the Horn of Africa: Ethiopia

October 3, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe

Wegen Bune’s journey leads from him Addis Ababa to Worthington
WORTHINGTON Uprooting from his life in Ethiopia was not so difficult for Wegen Bune. Continue Reading

‘WAND’ering in North Dakota

June 3, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

SENTINEL BUTTE Dusty roads, rolling plains, funny accents, breathtaking landscapes and hometown hospitality are the norm for most residents, but these are the things a band of young out-migrated Bismarck natives hope to encounter as they return to their homeland to hike halfway across the state and dig deeper into the uniqueness of the place they once called home. Continue Reading

Commentary: Journey to destruction

October 13, 2010 in West Central Tribune

Researchers announced Monday they had injected embryonic stem cells into a patient suffering from a spinal cord injury. It marked the world’s first human clinical trial of a procedure developed from such a source. The procedure took place at Shepherd Center, a spinal cord injury facility in Atlanta. The use of embryonic stem cells for such purposes had been banned under the Bush administration, but allowed under Obama.
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