THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND midwinter bald eagle survey
Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey Conducted
This years midwinter bald eagle survey conducted Jan. 10 along the Missouri River revealed 61 bald eagles, slightly above-average since the survey started in 198... Posted on 1/14/13 at 2:08 PM
SIOUX FOOTBALL INSIDER Week 6 Preview - #7 Eastern Washington Eagles
The UND Football team heads out to Cheney, WA this Saturday to take on the #7 ranked Eastern Washington Eagles. EWU sits at 3-1 on the year while UND fell to 3-2 after last weeks loss to Cal-Poly. The... Posted on 10/5/12 at 1:30 PM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
I hope you enjoyed the video I recently emailed your way. The video
depicts a Case/IH tracked tractor backed up to a John Deere in an
old-fashioned game called tug of war. John Deere uses ... Posted on 5/20/12 at 6:15 AM
STAFF BLOG UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA HOCKEY Schneekloth named ECHL All-Star
Former UND defenseman Aaron Schneekloth is a first-team all-East Coast Hockey League player.
Schneekloth, who plays for the Colorado Eagles, was honored in a vote by the league's coaches, sports info... Posted on 3/30/12 at 3:27 PM
A 1-7 record wasn’t what Tim Everett had in mind a few months ago.
“We had higher expectations,” the East Grand Forks Sacred Heart High School football coach said. “Now the boys want to show that they’re better than what they’ve shown this season. And it’s a good challenge.”
One bounce and Boston College was on its way to another Frozen Four.
Cam Atkinson had three goals and Carl Sneep scored a 170-foot short-handed goal to help the Eagles beat Yale 9-7 on Sunday in the Northeast Regional final in Worcester, Mass., for their ninth trip to the national semifinals in 13 seasons.
Matt Barkley threw touchdown passes to Stanley Havili on Southern California’s first two possessions and added a touchdown run in the fourth quarter to help the Trojans beat Boston College 24-13 in the Emerald Bowl on Saturday night.
Nature has been sending contradictory signals. For those eager for winter, there’s the first report of a snowy owl this season. For those hoping to hang on to fall, there were enormous flocks of migrating geese and swans and lesser numbers of lingering ducks. For those nostalgic for summertime, there were goldfinches. And for those already anticipating spring, there were robins.
The nest tree, a roadside attraction in a swamp east of Irvine Avenue Northwest and south of the intersection of U.S. Highway 71, broke in pieces as it landed and crushed the nest. The parent birds would have flown as their tree toppled, but their young weren’t able to fly yet.
Arizona earns 1st trip to big game in franchise history Ageless Kurt Warner threw four touchdown passes, three to unstoppable wideout Larry Fitzgerald, and the last an 8-yard shovel to rookie tailback Tim Hightower with 2:53 remaining that pushed the Cardinals to a 32-25 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC championship game before a sold-out and success-starved University of Phoenix Stadium crowd of 70,650.
Kurt Warner engineered Arizona’s 32-25 victory over Philadelphia on Sunday in the NFC championship game, the culmination of an unlikely playoff run for a Cardinals franchise that had been the joke of the league for years.
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