The Religious Guide on How to be Un-American
I have been working as the reporter at this newspaper for almost a year now. In that time I have learned a lot and gained a new appreciation for the journalism field.
We are fast closing in on the final weeks of the 2015 session.
I am a researcher by nature.
Last August, my wife and I rolled into Langdon not knowing a soul and ready to embark on the journey that was a part of the master plan laid out for our lives.
When I lost my father some 21 years ago, he was in his 37th year at Delta Airlines and going strong.
The troubles in Georgia and Alabama during last week’s winter storm were well documented, around the world I might add, and 13 people lost their lives.
In recent days, I have heard from some citizens expressing their concern with the safety of the intersection of Highway 5 and Highway 1 in Langdon.
The winter is all over us now and bad weather has become common.
After reporting on the city and the county for the last five months, I have come to one of many conclusions.
In a town with a population of around 1,800 people, one might suspect city employee wages would be commensurate.
As the year comes to an end, it seems almost hurtful as the time we anticipated the holiday season has now come and gone.
With Christmas less than a week away, things are starting to wind down and so am I.
I arrived in Langdon to start my journey on August 5.
After some attempts to navigate the federal government’s healthcare website failed, I decided to give the telephone number provided a shot.
After Monday’s Langdon City Commission meeting, Jim Rademacher became the new Street Commissioner, replacing Dennis Flaten for the remainder of the term until the general election in June.