THE DIRT Winter continues. . .
Snow, snow, and more snow. It's pretty discouraging, isn't it?
I was looking back at my blog entries from a year ago, and my April 16th post described going to a Garden Day in Grand Forks, working in... Posted on 4/19/13 at 7:58 AM
MISS SIMPLICITY I'm Late, I'm Late, For A Very Important Date!
Are you one of those people who is late or early for appointments? I consider myself on time or early for most but every once in a while I am late. I have friends who are chronically late. It doesnt m... Posted on 11/23/12 at 10:26 AM
ASTRO BOB "Fireworks moon" sure to delight this 4th of July
No auroras around here last night though I suspect there would have been a green glow in the north were it not for moonlight. There's still a chance for magnetic storms and potentially more auroras ... Posted on 7/1/12 at 12:25 PM
STORM TRACKER Frosty Night
Last year, Fargo officially dropped down to 33 degrees on May 26. It appears we will once again see a late season frost as temperatures tonight may also drop in the to 30s. Below is my projection for ... Posted on 5/29/12 at 12:06 PM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Wistful Wednesday: Late 1950's
This is a photo of Far Guys family. His Mom and his sister on the left and his Grandparents A ( Curt and Meady) on the right. That would be Far Guy with the attitude. I can almost smell the fried chi... Posted on 6/23/10 at 6:16 AM
Widespread rainfall over the past two weeks, combined with Friday’s snow, have not only hindered harvest activity statewide, but has brought it to a complete halt for at least one farmer in southwest North Dakota.
Though some area farmers have finished combining, others are struggling to catch up.
After conception by a few area minds in the late ’70s and about $31 million later, rural residents in southwest North Dakota can receive treated water as a section of the Southwest Pipeline Project nears completion.
FARGO (AP) — Fargo’s rush to prepare for potentially disastrous flooding on the Red River flooding got a major setback late Thursday when the National Weather Service raised its crest estimate to as high as 43 feet.
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