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Municipal and Stark County Courts: Cases closed June 27-July 3
Fargo NBC affiliate to swallow CBS station’s programming after FCC ruling
Grafton mulls a 5-acre greenhouse
In North Dakota, there’s growing recognition of need for re-entry programs
Nation & World
FOTB: The school of fish: Teacher and fishing guide gives lessons on Lake Sakakawea
Local talent, big jobs: Veteran-owned Bemidji surveying company that worked on Sandpiper pipeline keeps growing
U.S. takes stand against steel pipe imports
Wells Fargo’s focus on energy show growth strategy
IEA: U.S. oil boom to extend into 2015, supply risks strong
Veeder: Imagining ourselves in warmer times
Omdahl: Ex-Hutterites take issues to public square
Monke: An eventful day in the mountains
Baumgarten: Lessons from a former waitress
Letter: North Dakota needs the Sandpiper pipeline ASAP
Book drive for South Africa: Dickinson native and Peace Corps volunteer asking for books to create a rural school library
'Bolt the Benches, Paint the Town': Dickinson Downtown Association seeks to beautify alleyways, asks artists to submit mural proposals
Beach Party on the Prairie: Concert features a salute to Eagles and the Beach Boys
Killdeer gearing up for Centennial celebration
Showcasing the power of antique tractors: Tractor and pickup pull set at Schefield
Mary Elizabeth "Betty" Hlebechuk Payne
Dean E. Brown
Lucinda "Cid" (Hewson) Hunter
A Venture into home building
Jackie Hope: The best lemonade, found in Dickinson
Patrick Hope: ‘Xenosaga:’ German words are fun!
Journeying the Narrow Path
Secret of the sauce: Dickinson-based seasoning sauce Brenarsky’s continues to grow
Keeping eyes on grand prize: Duo of Bohlman, Benson ready for National High School Finals Rodeo
Eye-opening experiences during ND Shrine Bowl
Twins pile on hits to top Rockies
Umpire’s All-Star Game experience like no other
December 8, 2012
Oil development vs. livestock: Reports of cows losing tails raises concerns, sparks investigations
WILLISTON -- Jacki Schilke likes to say her black angus cattle live in harmony with the cats and dogs on her rural Williston ranch. But recently...
news / oil
December 8, 2012 - 12:00am
November 12, 2012
Semitrailer crash in North Dakota kills 21 steers
DAWSON, N.D. (AP) -- Twenty-one steers were killed when a semitrailer bound from Canada to South Dakota crashed during a freezing rain storm in North Dakota. The Highway Patrol says the semi rolled on its side in a ditch Friday afternoon off an icy highway near the south central...
agriculture / news
November 12, 2012 - 1:06pm
July 6, 2012
Consumers asked to pay more for milk to save farms
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) -- Consumers will pay a little more for coffee and chocolate to ensure the farmers who produce those foods get a fair wage, so why not ask them to pay more for milk? That is the notion behind a program designed to raise money for struggling New England dairy...
July 6, 2012 - 12:00am
December 14, 2011
Estray farm animals rare in Stark County
North Dakota has a policy for dealing with lost and abandoned animals, but officials said the number of cases is low. "There has been some around, but the ones we find we usually find owners for," Stark County Sheriff Clarence Tuhy said. This year four mares, four mules and one...
agriculture / news
December 14, 2011 - 12:00am
July 29, 2011
Assumption Abbey in Richardton to sell historic cattle
RICHARDTON -- As Brother Placid Gross walks the grounds surrounding the historic Assumption Abbey, he knows that one of the long-time traditions...
July 29, 2011 - 12:00am
January 22, 2011
Bovine beauties win award
Rollie and Tama Baumgarten of Belfield won the "Super Bowl" of livestock shows. They took the Grand Champion Pen Hereford Heifers Award at this...
January 22, 2011 - 12:00am
November 20, 2010
Beef calves seek new home
This year's calf market is about $100 a head higher than last year. "A month ago it was about $150 a head higher, which is considerably better...
November 20, 2010 - 12:00am
September 1, 2010
Judge says seizure of ND rancher's cattle improper
BISMARCK (AP) -- A judge has ruled that a McLean County rancher's cattle should not have been seized by law officers. The Sheriff's Department seized 258 cows, calves and bulls from Layton Reynolds of Douglas on Friday. State's Attorney Ladd Erickson said in an affidavit that the...
September 1, 2010 - 10:00am
March 20, 2010
A new crop of calves
With spring comes calving season, and while some producers haven't started yet, others say it's been going well compared to last year. Only...
March 20, 2010 - 12:00am
April 4, 2009
Grass-to-glass players oppose latest milk proposal
DENVER (AP) -- A dispute over how milk processors and bottlers pay dairy farmers for their product is raising years-old arguments over who's playing fair. At issue are funding pools the government set up decades ago to ensure farmers get a minimum price for their milk. Processors...
April 4, 2009 - 12:00am
February 14, 2009
BeefTalk: Calculate feed needs
Winter continues to pummel us with extreme cold, wind and snow. A normal winter, if there is such a thing, occasionally gives us a breather, but not this year. Winters like this one create discussion about what type of cattle operation is best. Despite the discussion, the fact remains...
February 14, 2009 - 12:00am