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SD 10-year-old who died in crash had a 'smile that lit up a room'
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
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nation and world
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
Everybody steps up for Titans football in season-opening win over Killdeer
Upon further review, Peterson decides not to play in preseason
SHIPLEY: Maybe Bridgewater should just take a knee until Week 1
Tigers complete sweep of skidding Twins
UND announces 18-member committee to address athletic budget shortfall
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
February 6, 2016
Hereford tradition: Killdeer’s Stroh family has spent 65 years and 2 generations cattle ranching
KILLDEER — A newly married couple in Killdeer bought a piece of land in 1950. They had a family and built a life together. And it was all centered...
February 6, 2016 - 10:17pm
August 25, 2015
Hettinger Research Extension Center to host shepherd's clinic
HETTINGER -- The North Dakota State University Hettinger Research Extension Center is hosting a shepherd’s clinic at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 19. Sheep production and nutrition, handling techniques, shepherding equipment and lambing barn management will be topics discussed at...
August 25, 2015 - 3:10pm
February 28, 2015
No whoa at Leanin‘ Pole: Ranchers’ tack business now one of biggest dealers nationally of major brands
RURAL KILLDEER — Up north, the Entzel family ranch in the wide open spaces south of Killdeer is quite a ways away from a lot of things. From...
February 28, 2015 - 10:48pm
May 23, 2014
After cow kick, a farm rescue: Volunteers help plant soybeans for out-of-commission farmer
BATTLE LAKE, Minn. — Lee Evavold still doesn’t know which cow kicked him. The lifelong farmer was delivering a calf last month when one...
May 23, 2014 - 11:49pm
April 26, 2014
Veeder: Ranch living means great outdoors sometimes venture inside
When the ground thaws at the ranch, all the creatures that flew away, crawled into nooks to sleep, migrated south or played dead on the windowsill of the house start warming up, coming to life and emerging. We know spring’s working on sticking around when our pair of Canada geese...
April 26, 2014 - 11:54pm
March 20, 2014
North Dakota's winter wheat survival good
FARGO — At least one factor can be considered an early indication that North Dakota’s winter wheat crop might be surviving better than some people expected, considering the harsh winter, said Blake Vander Vorst, senior agronomist with Ducks Unlimited. DU has been advocating for...
March 20, 2014 - 8:13pm
NDSA announces Atlas relief payout
Nearly six months after a winter storm, known as Atlas, hammered parts of North Dakota and South Dakota, a key disaster relief fund has made...
March 20, 2014 - 8:10pm
March 14, 2014
Vilsack: Growing opportunity for small and mid-sized farmers and ranchers
The recent Census of Agriculture shows that there is tremendous potential for growth among the smaller producers that make up the middle of American agriculture, but they need our support to get there. That can mean a lot of different things. Some small and mid-sized farms and ranches...
March 14, 2014 - 4:32pm
February 4, 2014
Index: ND land price increase slows
FARGO — An annual index of farmland values increased 17 percent in North Dakota in 2013, according to an annual report by a state land appraisers group. That’s a healthy increase but only “moderate” compared with a 39 percent increase index the previous year, according to...
February 4, 2014 - 12:00am
October 26, 2013
‘The factory burned down’: Economic losses from blizzard are catastrophic, but cattle prices at auction are high
PHILIP, S.D. — Nobody knows how many cattle may have died because of the storm that gripped much of the western third of South Dakota for three days. They may never know. The financial toll will be just as hard to gauge.
October 26, 2013 - 11:36pm
October 16, 2013
SD ranchers want bred cows to replace those lost in storm
Ranchers in South Dakota who lost large parts of their cattle herds to a winter storm are not asking for blankets or food to help them recover. They want pregnant cows and heifers of breeding age, said a group organizing donations on Tuesday. Twenty cattlemen so far have pledged...
October 16, 2013 - 4:12pm
October 11, 2013
35th annual West River Livestock Show is next weekend
The Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Committee is hosting the 35th annual West River Livestock Show on Oct. 18 and 19 at Dickinson State University Multi-Purpose Arena. The open beef cattle show starts at 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 18 starting. Naming of the supreme champion...
October 11, 2013 - 5:12pm
October 8, 2013
Record blizzard kills S.D. cattle, government shutdown to slow aid
Disaster aid will be slow to come for South Dakota ranchers who lost as many as 60,000 head of cattle during an historic blizzard over the weekend, industry officials said on Tuesday. Cattle died of hypothermia or suffocated under snowdrifts after a "perfect storm" brought rain,...
October 8, 2013 - 2:48pm
June 11, 2013
81-year-old rancher dies after Monday incident in Slope County
A southwest North Dakota rancher has died after a Monday morning accident in Slope County. Stanley Pope, 81, of Bowman died following what Slope County Sheriff Pat Lorge on Tuesday called a "cattle-related" incident. Check back later for more details.
June 11, 2013 - 4:08pm
May 14, 2013
In Harvey, farmers are playing the waiting game
HARVEY -- It's a sunny day in early May, the sort of day on which farmers in the Harvey area normally are going full bore in their fields. Not this year. A cold spring has delayed planting, and farmers here don't expect to be in their fields until the middle of May at the earliest. "It's...
May 14, 2013 - 12:00am