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Prosecutors call Manafort's crimes 'longstanding,' 'bold'
At least 20 abortion cases are steps from the US Supreme Court. Any one could gut Roe v. Wade.
Police: At least five civilians dead and five officers wounded in shooting in Aurora, Ill.
Youth in Crisis: Dickinson grapples with lack of behavioral health services
UND says pay raise, title change for chief of staff was in line with duties
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Boundaries are important when responding to work communication after hours
North Dakota oil production hits new record
Facebook to consider removing or demoting anti-vaccination recommendations
Dairy Herd Liquidation: The Tough Decision
Economic trends turn downward for farmers
place a business brief
New Energy presses on with ND cellulosic ethanol plant plans
Rob Port: Public Service Commission says North Dakotans can be charged for green energy policies in other states
EPA announces plan to ease carbon emissions rule for new coal plants
Truce or not, US soy, liquefied natural gas look unappetizing now for China
EPA to meet with North Dakota coal, oil industries in Bismarck
Growing Together: Take your mind off winter by preparing for spring gardening
Sign on the dotted line: Why millennials are writing contracts for their relationships
Minnesota man survives North Dakota blizzard in his vehicle, but then he's hit with tragic news
Her cancer went undetected, now this grandmother wants to help others get the right diagnosis
Fielding Questions: A prolific amaryllis, an ailing lemon tree and seed-planting depth
Midgets gymnastics repeat as WDA champion
Scoreboard for Friday, Feb.15
Buccadawgs send one to finals while taking fifth in duals
'Sink the Bismarck' Dickinson wins Class A Dual Championship over Demons
COLLEGE HOCKEY ROUNDUP: Big wins for Minnesota Duluth, Denver
Commentary: The great emergency hoax
Plain Talk Podcast: Congressman Armstrong takes listener questions, state House passes bill to eliminate income taxes
Port: UND employee allowed to work from Texas, got a promotion and $30,000 raise in November
Salonen: Loneliness the devil’s ploy to isolate, destroy
Port: Video: Lawmakers rip Department of Transportation for 'ridiculous' $50 million fiscal note on speed limit bill
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New weightlifting studio sees early success
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New Methodist church honors past, anticipates future
Dairy farming is not only a job, but a lifestyle
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February 15, 2019
Dairy Herd Liquidation: The Tough Decision
Low milk prices the last couple of years have taken their toll on the dairy industry. Katie Pinke talked to one Minnesota family that's made...
23 hours 49 min ago
February 14, 2019
South Dakota foreclosure case could involve more than 31,000 head of cattle
ARMOUR, S.D. — A Douglas County court addressed a multi-million-dollar foreclosure case involving thousands of head of cattle, a car crash...
February 14, 2019 - 9:31pm
February 13, 2019
North Dakota bull sells for $1.51 million
ST. ANTHONY, N.D. — Kelly Schaff had high expectations for SAV America 8018. But he had no idea the bull would end up being the record highest-selling...
February 13, 2019 - 2:57pm
February 9, 2019
Cultured meat: Good or bad, promise or peril?
Across America, people both in and out of agriculture are hearing more about cell-based meat, aka “clean meat” and “fake meat,” among...
February 9, 2019 - 7:44pm
Pinke: Corn farmers and vegans are both upset this week
What do corn farmers and vegans have in common this week? They were both upset with commercials during the Super Bowl. Corn farmers are upset...
February 9, 2019 - 7:19pm
Schlecht: Why do so few have livestock? Look outside for a clue
Sometimes, when you think about what a small percentage of our population is involved in agriculture and the even smaller percentage involved...
February 9, 2019 - 7:06pm
Implementing the new farm bill: Government shutdown slows process
Approving the new farm bill was an important, necessary step for U.S. agriculture. But the legislation still needs to be implemented — a task...
February 9, 2019 - 5:10pm
Courts name PSC trustee for Hanson grain cases: After notice, claimants have 45 days to file papers
BISMARCK, N.D. — The clock will soon start ticking for farmers and others wishing to file claims against grain trading companies operated by...
February 9, 2019 - 4:51pm
‘Technology by itself isn’t going to solve our problems with weeds’: Multifaceted approach is best when dealing with weeds, Peters says
BISMARCK, N.D. — Tom Peters worked for 25 years in biotechnology and now is the Extension sugar beet agronomist and weed control specialist...
February 9, 2019 - 4:40pm
February 8, 2019
North Dakota bill aims to clarify livestock rules, but critics say it erodes local authority of feedlots
FARGO — Agricultural groups are backing a bill that would restrict zoning regulations for livestock feedlots in North Dakota. Critics, however,...
February 8, 2019 - 6:29pm
AgweekTV: What is fake meat?
“Fake meat", or lab grown meat, is becoming a topic of conversation, as the technology makes it way into restaurants and grocery stores. But,...
February 8, 2019 - 11:20am
February 7, 2019
Bill allowing corporations to raise medical marijuana would clarify North Dakota law
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Secretary of State’s Office testified that removing the growing or processing of marijuana from the definition...
February 7, 2019 - 3:11pm
February 1, 2019
Australian company specializing in bees taps into UND drone expertise
GRAND FORKS — North Dakota is the nation’s leader in honey production. The University of North Dakota in Grand Forks is a leader in drones...
February 1, 2019 - 9:47pm
US House approves FFA bill that increases group's autonomy
FFA prides itself on changing with the times. Now, the U.S. House of Representatives has passed legislation to modernize the charter of the National...
February 1, 2019 - 9:29pm
When minutes matter: Stop the Bleed first-aid course could be a lifesaver for rural communities
JAMESTOWN, N.D. — While children in other classes of Stutsman County Extension Youth Activity Day learned about things like wood burning, sewing...
February 1, 2019 - 9:07pm