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There once was a fan of ‘Fargo’
Bathroom fire injures occupant, causes others to evacuate
Mildred Johnson, first woman to serve on ND higher education board, dies at age 96
Officials: Big beets for Billings
Man pleads guilty to sexual abuse of a child
Nation & World
Hedging on TransCanada: Pipeline company eyed by U.S. investor activists
St. Paul rail yard expansion on the right track: City won’t fight appeal for environmental study
Keystone XL pipeline’s cost in South Dakota more than doubles
$1M jury award to western N.D. ranch for oil drilling impacts could cost industry in future
Tallgrass Energy submits tariffs for its Pony Express crude oil pipeline
Baumgarten: Through the eye of a camera
North Dakota Republican Legislators: Surge plan would save state money, benefit everyone
Letter: School board has obligation to resolve differences with DEA
Letter: Clean Water Amendment is in best interest of people
Beef Talk: Cow herd expansion needs land
Going down for new purpose
The buzz about bees: Kyle and Lauren Michels are involved in honey production as a hobby
Changing lives through service in Paraguay: Allie Murphy plans second trip to Fiji
Dickinson High Royal Court
Speakers: Get smart on investment fraud
Viola "Wienie" Marie Barthel
Lawrence C. Mosbrucker
Frank C. & Judy Miller
Doing IT his way: California native starts Dickinson computer firm
Small Town Style: Transitional trends
Journeying the Narrow Path
Patrick Hope: It’s punishment time!
Jackie Hope: Yeast workers, arise!
Football is in his blood: DSU receiver Keith sees field as home away from home
Blue Hawks ready for Vikings
Lefor makes DVD to remember Trinity’s 1979 title team
Raiders recover for victory against Bulldogs
Dickinson High beats Mandan for first win
June 11, 2008
CRP could be tapped
Due to drought conditions throughout southwestern North Dakota the state's livestock producers are scrambling to find enough food for their cattle. During a teleconference call Tuesday, the North Dakota Agricultural Drought Task Force determined the best course of action is to open...
June 11, 2008 - 12:00am
June 4, 2008
Seeing Conservation Reserve Program acreage be used for hay land isn't anything new for North Dakota Game and Fish officials, in fact it happens almost every year. However, this year, there has been a slight tweak in the way CRP acreage is being made available to producers for haying. "We've...
June 4, 2008 - 12:00am
May 31, 2008
Passion for the prairie
Even on the rare occasions the Kubas children got the chance to leave the farm while growing up, Bobby Kubas didn't want to go. The fifth generation farmer and rancher couldn't think of a place he'd rather be. "I just loved to be around it all the time," Bobby said. "I still love...
May 31, 2008 - 12:00am
May 3, 2008
Signup time is running out, CSP program application period ends May 16
Ag producers in southwestern North Dakota have two weeks left to signup for the Natural Resource Conservation Service's Conservation Security Program. The initial signup began on April 16 and has been slow. But because of recent rainfall in the region, producers had a little time...
May 3, 2008 - 12:00am
April 12, 2008
Farming is a Biel family tradition
LEFOR - Emery Biel is the youngest son of his father, Henry Sr., who was the youngest son of Adam Biel, who homesteaded near Lefor in 1905. In a house a couple hundred yards from where his grandfather homesteaded and lived in a sod house, Biel talked about how much it meant that...
April 12, 2008 - 12:00am
March 1, 2008
Farming and ranching is a family affair for the Ridls
DICKINSON - On the farm purchased by Arthur J. Ridl from his father, Joe, in the mid-1950s, farming and ranching has truly become a family affair. On the farm purchased by Arthur J. Ridl from his father, Joe, in the mid-1950s, farming and ranching has truly become a family affair. Arthur's...
March 1, 2008 - 12:00am
February 23, 2008
Two different paths, one result
DICKINSON - Neither Ron Bock, nor his son, Loren, pictured themselves making a living farming and ranching when they were in college. As fate would have it, that is exactly what the father and son find themselves doing today. Each took their own path, but the end result was the same. "When...
February 23, 2008 - 12:00am
January 26, 2008
Kuhns farm in southwest N.D. for five generations
DICKINSON - When Joseph Kuhn set up stakes east of Lefor in 1904, he probably didn't take the time to wonder if direct descendants of his would be farming in the area 104 years later. Joseph would no doubt be as proud as his great-grandson, Jeff, is that Kuhn's are still farming...
January 26, 2008 - 12:00am