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16-Aug-2015 21:49

In his ambitious, funny, and provocative debut novel Hicks probes Nordic folktales, the history of political unrest in the second half of the 20th century, and the impacts of social media and video games on the psyches (and empathy) of modern Americans.

Hill has the knack for writing characters readers feel like we’ve known our entire lives, and his dialog is funny, wise, and alive.

This week we will be spotlighting another vet, Jessica Snyder.

You don't need to email/call/write before then to say you're coming.

Jess has paced numerous RRRGF members, many who have achieved PRs because of her assistance.

These files were collected over years of BBS and internet use. That's the entire criteria :) Not sure where to start? If you have any comments about the site or run into any problems (especially on mobiles), please let me know.

She teaches math at UND so is great to have along when you are trying to calculate splits or distances during races or speed workouts.

Jess lives in Grand Forks with her three children - Katie (9th grade), Jace (7th grade), Rylan (2nd grade).

The RRRGF leadership team will be providing the food. Ken is a teacher at North Dakota Vision Services School for the Blind and this is his 21st year at the school! He teaches daily living skills working with all ages - from 3 year olds all the way up to a lady who is 99 years old. Join our friends over at Extreme North Dakota Racing for a packed weekend at Turtle River State Park! If you missed Extreme North Dakota Halloween Double Feature 2016 registration online, fear not!What do a a failed writer (turned college professor), his estranged (and possibly terrorist) mother, an obese video game addict, and a serially-cheating college student have in common?Their lives are about to connect in unexpected and far reaching ways. Socializing, eating, and getting to know fellow runners. Every dollar makes a difference and we are excited to be donating all funds raised to the American Cancer Society. This week’s spotlight is on one good dude, Ken Dockter. You can RSVP under our Events tab so we know how many to plan for. Message us through Facebook as we are happy to help! Special thanks to Sanford Health East Grand Forks for their support of this race!

The RRRGF leadership team will be providing the food. Ken is a teacher at North Dakota Vision Services School for the Blind and this is his 21st year at the school! He teaches daily living skills working with all ages - from 3 year olds all the way up to a lady who is 99 years old. Join our friends over at Extreme North Dakota Racing for a packed weekend at Turtle River State Park! If you missed Extreme North Dakota Halloween Double Feature 2016 registration online, fear not!What do a a failed writer (turned college professor), his estranged (and possibly terrorist) mother, an obese video game addict, and a serially-cheating college student have in common?Their lives are about to connect in unexpected and far reaching ways. Socializing, eating, and getting to know fellow runners. Every dollar makes a difference and we are excited to be donating all funds raised to the American Cancer Society. This week’s spotlight is on one good dude, Ken Dockter. You can RSVP under our Events tab so we know how many to plan for. Message us through Facebook as we are happy to help! Special thanks to Sanford Health East Grand Forks for their support of this race!Be prepared to suck in your breath, to laugh helplessly, and to lose yourself in brilliant commentary (in the guise of an engaging novel) about the state of today’s world.