One of the two – Founding Farmers – is profitable and winning honors, including being named one of the nation’s 50 best new restaurants in 2009 by Travel+Leisure magazine. The other restaurant – Farmers & Fishers, originally known as Agraria – continues to lose money.
Reports from the United Nations conference Tuesday indicate chances of a firm climate agreement by the time global climate change conference ends Friday are slim, but those from the Midwest say the conference remains important.
The North Dakota AFL-CIO, North Dakota AARP, North Dakota Farmers Union and North Dakota Women’s network will host a health care roundtable at 7 p.m. Monday in the Fire Hall Theatre, 412 Second Ave. N. in Grand Forks, to discuss health care reform efforts and urge Congress to pass a strong health care bill.
Herald staff and wire reports
, December 11, 2009
A South Dakota conservation officer killed a young mountain lion that had killed a deer in a residential yard near Belle Fourche. Bill Eastman with the Game, Fish and Parks Department said the lion also had an injured foot, making it more likely that the animal could pose problems around humans, livestock or pets.
Comprehensive clean energy and climate change legislation is of utmost importance to the future of our state’s sportsmen and farmers. We commend Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., for supporting a cap on greenhouse gas emissions (“Dorgan: Reduce CO2, yes; cap and trade, no,” Page A4, July 17).
Robert Carlson and Jason Schaefer
, August 02, 2009
Two-time agriculture commissioner candidate Doug Goehring “has demonstrated to the people of North Dakota that he has a burning desire for this job,” Gov. John Hoeven said Monday as he named the Menoken, N.D., farmer to the post.
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