STORM TRACKER June 50s
After two days with temperatures in the 90s earlier this week, the temperatures thereafter cooled off dramatically. But the cool temperatures were no where near what we experienced two years ago. From... Posted on 6/10/11 at 5:10 AM
IT'S GOOD TO BE IN ND Cleaning out the dish
I had to clean out the AP satellite dish here at The Sun when I got to work today so our stories would load. What was that like?
Here's a video from when I did it last year. It's something of a classi... Posted on 12/27/09 at 9:19 AM
Drought conditions throughout southwestern North Dakota made last summer tough for ranchers and winter hasn’t proved to be much easier.
And with heavy snowfall this week ranchers have found it difficult to reach their already low hay supplies.
Above average snowfall this winter caused the Stark County Road Department to spend 970 percent more than average last month on snow removal and maintenance.
To help cover costs, Stark County Emergency Manager, Gary Kostelecky declared a snow emergency Tuesday.
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