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With wet conditions persisting last fall, Mike Zimmer wasn’t sure he was going to get to his corn crop, and he didn’t in 2019.
Posted 1/14/20 (Tue) read more »
It’s no secret there has been an out-migration of young people from North Dakota. But if you give young people an opportunity, they’re going to seize it and build a future.
Posted 1/07/20 (Tue) read more »
The future of Kenmare’s recycling center hangs in the balance after Kalix announced last week it will no longer accept cardboard and other salvageable materials after Jan. 31.
Posted 12/30/19 (Mon) read more »
It's not every day you'll see a combine harvesting grain in December in North Dakota, let alone a week before Christmas.
Posted 12/23/19 (Mon) read more »
What are the odds of people stopping in a community to recharge their electric vehicles when there is a major highway that runs between two nations and is equidistant to other charging stations?
Posted 12/17/19 (Tue) read more »
To say Skyler Ford crushed his opponents in the Velva Wrestling Tournament Saturday is an understatement.
Posted 12/10/19 (Tue) read more »
As farmers struggled to complete the 2019 harvest, one thing after another kept delaying it, and now that a major winter storm has passed through the state, it most likely won’t be completed, at least not this year.
Posted 12/03/19 (Tue) read more »
Just about everybody who has gone out for wrestling has some experience on the mat. That pleases Honker head coach Danny Mogren, but he’s not resting on his laurels.
Posted 11/26/19 (Tue) read more »
Now that a six-week, matching grant program called Twice Blessed has been launched, Randy Kunz is hoping the community of Berthold rallies around him.
Posted 11/20/19 (Wed) read more »