Areavoices Digest #58 – Food, family, photography and BISON!

After a week away, it’s time for another Areavoices Digest of recommended blogs.

Not everyone was taking a break during the holidays.  It looks like quite a few people were busy setting up Areavoices blogs for the new year. Four of the five blogs this week are brand-spankin new to Areavoices and they’re definitely worth checking out!

The 5th is bound to generate a ton of interest this week. Maybe, even a stampede of thundering blog traffic (get it?). That’s right. If you haven’t yet read it, this might be the week to check out the Bison Media blog written by Jeff Kolpack of The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and Dom Izzo from WDAY-TV.  As anybody in Fargo could probably tell you, the North Dakota State University Bison football team is in Frisco,  Texas this week to prepare for their national championship game against Sam Houston College. Dom and Jeff will be busy bringing us their news and analysis in print, on television and in their blog.

Check out all of our recommended blogs of the week:

 

Bison Media Blog
http://bisonmedia.areavoices.com
WDAY sports director Dom Izzo and Forum sports columnist Jeff Kolpack with the latest news from North Dakota State University athletics.

Like a Fish out of Fargo
http://fishoutoffargo.areavoices.com
A lifelong resident of the greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan area now finds herself in  Fargo, ND, where she often feels l like a fish out of water.Read her food adventures in the most populated city in the fourth least populated state.

Through the Lens
http://lens.areavoices.com
Mitch Highman is a successful and popular photographer in the region who gives readers tips and advice on taking great pictures.

Citizens on Parking Patrol
http://copps.areavoices.com
News and information from the Metro Area (Fargo-Moorhead) Mayor’s Committee for People with Disabilities.
Our Lily Tree
http://walkingtowardthelilytree.areavoices.com
Erin is a mother of two who writes about family and coping with her son’s recent diagnosis of Lissencephaly, a rare genetic brain deformation that is terminal.

 

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