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ND summarizes pheasant brood data
Dakota Recreation Report
Americans relied more on credit cards in second quarter
Accrediting agency places UND into ‘warning’ category
Meredith: Lawmakers think consultant was referring to Bresciani
Nation & World
Plan for the Patch: Western N.D. lawmakers to discuss early funding bill for 2015 construction season
TransCanada sees itself in oil train business regardless of Keystone
Act would eliminate presidential permit requirement for KXL-type projects
Landowner issues surface at pipeline meeting
Frac water, oil spills in Mountrail County
Letter: Measure 5 is my measure
Letter: To those who are considering Measure 1
Other Views: Stop fracking? No, fix wells instead
Letter: Help Dickinson’s recreation community by attended Crooked Crane Trail meeting
Letter: Protect the right to say goodbye
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
Marketing expert offers social media tips
Mary P. Schmidt
Janet A. Malkowski
Frank C. 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!
Making a statement: Vikings ban Peterson until child-abuse case is resolved
Montana quarterback Johnson is backbone of the Grizzlies
High school notebook: Heart River learns from mistakes
Hazen stays at top, Killdeer moves to No. 3
August 30, 2014
Finding your quiet workplace: As offices get more collaborative, workspaces fulfill need for privacy
FARGO — Walls have come tumbling down in workplaces everywhere. Open floor plans have replaced individual offices, encouraging collaboration and maximizing square footage. But all that openness can have its downside, especially for introverts. Research in office design has shown...
news / north dakota
August 30, 2014 - 7:28pm
June 25, 2014
UAS poised to replace human inspectors on pipelines, turbines
GRAND FORKS — The days of observing hundreds of miles of oil pipeline from a plane or dangling 200 feet in the air from a wind tower may soon be behind structural inspectors. Some companies are developing technology that would allow unmanned aircraft systems to step in and do these...
news / north dakota
June 25, 2014 - 11:27pm
May 19, 2014
Mich. man responds to offensive T-shirt with different message
Bobby Bird Jr., doesn’t have any direct connection to Grand Forks, but when he heard about the offensive “Siouxper drunk” T-shirts worn here, he said, he felt he had to respond. Bird’s record company out of Mt. Pleasant, Mich., is selling T-shirts online with the words “Siouxper...
news / north dakota
May 19, 2014 - 9:46pm
February 27, 2014
USDA offering bee habitat incentives to farmers, ranchers
Bees are probably best known for the honey they produce, but that’s not the only benefit they provide for mankind. Those buzzing little insects also pollinate a large portion of America’s commercial agriculture crops, though honey bees have been dying off at an alarming rate...
news / agriculture
February 27, 2014 - 10:34pm
March 17, 2012
Storm warnings spare village from tornado injuries
DEXTER, Mich. (AP) -- The twister that took aim at this Michigan village unleashed winds of 135 mph and lingered on the ground for a full half-hour, plowing a path of destruction that stretched for 10 miles. But after the tornado melted back into the clouds, townspeople emerged to...
March 17, 2012 - 12:00am
February 26, 2012
Bachmeier and Kiebel to wed in April
Their parents are Ron and Mary Bachmeier of Dickinson, and Jim and Sally Kiebel of Saginaw, Mich. An April wedding is planned in Dickinson. Following the wedding, the couple will make their home in western Michigan.
lifestyles / news
February 26, 2012 - 12:00am
August 31, 2009
Blueberry virus equals blueberry blues
DETROIT (AP) -- Two destructive viruses have struck the blueberry industry in the state of Michigan, home to a $124 million per year crop that...
agriculture / news
August 31, 2009 - 1:17pm
June 4, 2008
Officials to discuss lead in venison
Officials from several states will meet in Minnesota today to discuss the potential health effects of lead-contaminated wild game. North Dakota Game and Fish Director Terry Steinwand plans to attend the Bloomington, Minn. meeting and help determine how to deal with the potential...
June 4, 2008 - 12:00am