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'I never saw her. I heard the screams': Citation upheld for stroller-pushing woman struck by snowplow
Southwest flight hero describes how woman who died was sucked halfway out of plane
North Korea dials down the anti-U.S. rhetoric
'Absolutely despicable': Boater picked up stranded Hawaii flood victims, demanded money to save them, authorities say
Minnesota congressman's effort de-list wolves stuck in Congress
crime and courts
nation and world
Record cold, snowstorms delay SD planting season
Dickinson Herberger's on bankruptcy list of stores set to close
Michelle Rook joins AgweekTV as anchor
Unnamed California investor buying up SD motels
Parent company of Herberger's could be headed for liquidation
place a business brief
Flaring policy changes keep benchmarks but give ND oil industry flexibility
Trump announces support for year-round E15 sales
Trump ethanol moves may be worse for farmers than soy tariff
Oil companies differ on plans to drill near Lake Sakakawea
State makes recommendations on federal carbon regulations
Area pagans, Wiccans explain ancient festivals that mark spring, summer
George W. Bush recalls his mother as strong, lucid and funny as she approached death
She calmly landed the Southwest flight and broke barriers as a fighter pilot
Welcome to Sarah's Culinary Q & A: How to slice an onion without crying
'One last time': Barbara Bush had already faced a death more painful than her own
Blue Hawks looking to bounce back in home opener
Zimmerman qualifies for Class B state meet in four events
Comeback kids: DHS girls tennis rallies to win WDA opener against Bismarck St. Mary’s
Midgets baseball drops season-opening doubleheader to Century
Wolves need 'Buckets' to live up to his nickname
Many people benefit when we strive to become our best
COLUMN: New law doesn't improve hiring process for superintendent
Analysis: Nikki Haley's extraordinary rebuke of the White House
Commentary: Is it time to stop electing sheriffs?
Commentary: Have North Dakota Democrats overplayed their hand politicizing Trump’s trade fight with China?
Irene I. Paulson
Rep. Josh Boschee
Louis L. Owen
A century of loving life, loving art: Dillon has plenty of parties planned
New weightlifting studio sees early success
A beautiful backyard
Veterans Pavilion, for those who served
New Methodist church honors past, anticipates future
Dairy farming is not only a job, but a lifestyle
30 Under 30
2018 Best Of The Western Edge Winners
5 places close to home to consider for your spring vacation
March 5, 2018
Pesticide critics: dicamba episode marks 'choice point'
LaCROSSE, Wis. — The dicamba volatilization controversy in rural America is a new top-of-mind target for those who already criticize pesticide...
March 5, 2018 - 6:58am
January 20, 2018
AgweekTV: Show Goats
Goats are becoming more popular in the show world. In fact, the number of goats in the region is on the rise. We met up with one family is working...
January 20, 2018 - 8:30am
October 16, 2017
Roundup!: Bison in national park rounded up, relocated
MEDORA—A bison roundup is underway at Theodore Roosevelt National Park with the goal of relocating a portion of the park's bison population...
October 16, 2017 - 6:20pm
August 8, 2016
Monsanto's message: Touring the company's biggest research facility
ST. LOUIS — It's home to 1,700 scientists and cutting-edge agricultural research. If you're interested in agriculture or the food you eat,...
August 8, 2016 - 10:23am
April 10, 2015
Fears over Roundup herbicide residues prompt private testing
U.S. consumer groups, scientists and food companies are testing substances ranging from breakfast cereal to breast milk for residues of the world's most widely used herbicide on rising concerns over its possible links to disease. The focus is on glyphosate, the active ingredient...
April 10, 2015 - 2:49pm
October 16, 2014
EPA approves Dow’s Enlist herbicide for GMO soy, corn
The Environmental Protection Agency gave final approval on Wednesday to a new herbicide developed by Dow AgroSciences that has faced broad opposition, ordering a series of restrictions to address potential environmental and health hazards. EPA said it was applying “first-time-ever...
October 16, 2014 - 11:39pm
July 17, 2014
Herbicide-resistant weeds a growing problem
FARGO — A growing problem is creeping up among crops throughout North Dakota and Minnesota. Some weeds have become resistant to the herbicides used to control them. In some parts of the country, growers have lost their farms because they didn’t act in time and the weeds got...
July 17, 2014 - 11:53pm
June 28, 2014
Polensky comes on as Dickinson’s new postmaster
Signed, sealed, delivered: Dickinson has a new postmaster. Montana native Wendy Key Polensky is taking over during an exciting time for the...
June 28, 2014 - 9:04pm
September 24, 2013
Wild horses rounded up at Theodore Roosevelt Nat'l Park
THEODORE ROOSEVELT NATIONAL PARK -- A flurry of activity took over a small part of Theodore Roosevelt National Park's South Unit on Monday. But...
September 24, 2013 - 12:00am
September 21, 2013
Theodore Roosevelt National Park officials to round up horses, auction them
MEDORA - Theodore Roosevelt National Park officials will round up horses and auction them next week in its continuing effort to control the population and prevent overgrazing. For horses, which stay within the park's boundaries, the park is not actually that big.
September 21, 2013 - 12:00am
March 29, 2012
Buffalo killed after escaping pen near Dickinson
Nobody was injured, but four buffalo were killed after escaping from their pen this morning, according to the Stark County Sheriff's Office. Detective Terry Oestreich said the buffalo were close to Dickinson and it was safer to kill them then to try to round them up. See Friday's...
March 29, 2012 - 2:37pm
December 17, 2009
Judge asked to block wild horse roundup
WASHINGTON (AP) -- An animal protection group asked a federal judge Wednesday to block a plan to round up about 2,500 wild horses to remove them from a Nevada range. The mustang roundup planned for Dec. 28 would be one of the largest in Nevada in recent years.
December 17, 2009 - 12:00am
December 12, 2009
Report: Roundup Ready means more pesticide use
A recent study by an agricultural economist shows that Roundup Ready cropping systems are losing profitability and increasing pesticide use, but some area farmers and agronomists disagree. According to a report issued in late November by Charles Benbrook, an agricultural economist...
December 12, 2009 - 12:00am