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Assange says WikiLeaks to release 'significant' Clinton campaign data
Former NDSU coach's daughter goes big with breast cancer fundraising
UND launches strategic planning process with first meeting
Candidates for N.D. governor square off in first debate
Eight men arrested in sex trafficking crackdown in SD
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Energy leaders partner with UND division for carbon-capture efforts
Minnesota will not appeal North Dakota coal power suit
Standing Rock tribal leaders represented by former U.S. attorney
Coal industry on hunt for funding to capture carbon
Gas suppliers Praxair, Linde hold merger talks
Medora Musical ticket sales cross 100,000
Drug prices keep rising with no end in sight
The corny truth about high fructose corn syrup
Benson: Coyotes and prairie dogs on the Great Plains
How to best utilize a cash back credit card to maximize rewards
Dakota Recreation Report
Titans volleyball players look to prosper in new positions
Building a successful program not easy in college-rich Charleston, S.C.
Cabrera leads Tigers past Twins, 9-4
Murdock: Never Trump seeds would bear socialist fruit
Letter: We don’t need annual legislative session, we need term limits
Letter: Respect for community and property needed
Other Views: Violence, intimidation mar pipeline protest
Holten: There is no greater burden
good bad and ugly
Darla Mae Carlson
Arta Gail Hoherz
George F. Anton
Medora gears up for visitors
New tellings of old museum stories
Beach vibe in the Bakken
Sax remodels downtown building into custom and detailing center
Business steady as Platinum Motorsports becomes certified
March 29, 2016
Growers grateful for lower rates from BNSF
GREAT FALLS, Mont. -- Savings from anywhere are useful, even if they are small. That was the general reaction of farmers to word that BNSF Railway has announced a decrease in its tariff rates for shipments of wheat and pulse crops in the northern states. The rate reduction will be...
March 29, 2016 - 3:45pm
Ag worker visas delayed
DENVER -- Computer problems were responsible for delays in approval of temporary visas for agricultural workers, one of the groups affected says. The American Sheep Industry Association says it's been told that technical difficulties with the Department of Labor's computer system...
March 29, 2016 - 3:41pm
March 28, 2016
USDA report tackles 'thinning markets'
GRAND FORKS -- Growing concentration in markets for U.S. agricultural production -- a trend viewed with concern and suspicion by some in ag -- has had a "negligible price impact" on ag producers, a new U.S. Department of Agriculture study says. "There's really little evidence that...
March 28, 2016 - 12:38pm
March 26, 2016
Naturally grown farm to offer 43 vegetables this summer
BISMARCK -- Small lettuce plants and onions have started to poke through the soil in the greenhouse at Hillview Organic Farm. In less than a...
March 26, 2016 - 5:38pm
March 25, 2016
First-ever seed library in North Dakota opens in Jamestown
JAMESTOWN, N.D. -- Laura Miller is most excited to bring a seed library to the Jamestown community to inspire and support those who are interested...
March 25, 2016 - 9:54pm
March 24, 2016
Insight: Interview with North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring
On this week's Insight Dustin Monke and Brock White talk with North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. Be sure to watch Dustin's...
March 24, 2016 - 9:00pm
March 23, 2016
CHS announces $2.5 million gift to NDSU
FARGO -- CHS, the country's largest agricultural cooperative, announced a $2.5 million grant to North Dakota State University on Wednesday, March 23, to establish an endowed chair in risk management and trading. "This provides students with literally a cutting-edge education and professional...
March 23, 2016 - 5:29pm
March 22, 2016
Ag groups support USDA's Cuba decision
HAVANA -- U.S. farm groups and food companies have their disagreements, sometimes big ones. But a wide array of agriculturalists support increasing American ag exports to Cuba -- and now they have more tools with which to do it. Ten organizations, ranging from the American Farm Bureau...
March 22, 2016 - 7:51pm
March 21, 2016
Meat processing plant preparing for production
CAVALIER -- Construction is expected to begin in July on the long-awaited $2.3 million Pembina-Walsh Livestock Processing Plant. The meat locker, which will be owned by area producers and other investors, should be operational by February or March of 2017, said Julius Wangler, a Grafton,...
March 21, 2016 - 5:50pm
'Carbon farming' is used to restore overgrazed rangelands
BILLINGS, Mont. -- When it comes to farming, John Brown's approach is more sustainable to crop diversification and better provides for carbon sequestration. "As I was holding this handful of seeds, something shifted in me. I asked myself: why am I addicted to monoculture?" says John...
March 21, 2016 - 3:39pm
March 14, 2016
Marestail found in northeast Montana
By Madison Dapcevich Special to Forum News Service SIDNEY, Mont. -- Marestail, with up to a fivefold increase in resistance to glyphosate,...
March 14, 2016 - 3:00pm
February 23, 2016
Farm payment problems, Meeting in Edgeley seeks changes to farm bill calculations
EDGELEY, N.D. -- About 150 people gathered here Tuesday to hear options regarding the Agriculture Risk Coverage - County program payments, which...
February 23, 2016 - 8:29pm
February 20, 2016
Wine fresh off the vine, Dickinson’s first winery looks to open in late spring
Western North Dakota doesn’t come to mind as a wine-producing region, and with good reason. The state was the last in the U.S. to federally...
February 20, 2016 - 5:01pm
February 19, 2016
Potato farmers to appeal crop insurance fraud to appeals court
FARGO -- Aaron Scott Johnson of Northwood, N.D., a farmer convicted of defrauding the federal crop insurance program by purposefully damaging potatoes in storage, is appealing his conviction. Briefs are filed and an oral argument date has been tentatively set March 18 at the Eighth...
February 19, 2016 - 6:34pm
Marketing matters in globalized ag economy
FARGO -- Farmers never used to have to worry about wheat prices in Russia or Ukraine. "We were worried about what was happening in our backyards," said Paul J. Georgy of Allendale, an Illinois-based futures trading brokerage and agricultural economic research firm. Now farmers have...
February 19, 2016 - 1:00am