STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Digging out, gearing up on Lake of the Woods
The storm that dumped upwards of a foot of snow across vast parts of the region might be good for skiing and snowmobiling, but it couldnt have come at a worse time for lakes that were just setting up ... Posted on 12/5/13 at 2:43 PM
STORM TRACKER Lake Effect Snow in Fargo?
Lake effect snow in Fargo? When you think about lake effect snow, almost everyone thinks about areas near one of the five great lakes. But this time of year, when the wind is blowing from the north, ... Posted on 11/12/13 at 9:01 AM
EH? PLUS Gales to kick up cash
The Lake Superior Marine Museum is kicking off its 26th Gales of November Maritime Conference and Fundraiser beginning Nov. 1 with a joint luncheon with the Duluth-Superior Propeller Club at Grandmas ... Posted on 10/23/13 at 11:00 PM
THE DIRT: THE REAL DIRT ON GARDENING FROM A MASTER GARDENER IN MOORHEAD, MINNESOTA Saying goodbye. . . again :)
We had a wonderful four-day weekend at the lake--most likely our last one there until spring.
It's so hard to say goodbye, again, even though I know it will be time to get back down there and open up... Posted on 9/23/13 at 6:45 AM
Devils Lake has reached the 1,453.8-foot elevation predicted last month by the National Weather Service. But without a lot more rain, it isn’t likely to get much higher and should not threaten the record elevation of 1,454.3 feet, which was set in 2011, according to officials.
Winona County sheriff's officials say a houseboat that went through a lock and dam roller gate in Dresbach and tossed eleven people into the Mississippi River had electrical and mechanical problems that caused its motor to fail.
The discovery of stocked lake sturgeon bearing eggs in the Oswegatchie River and Oneida Lake's outlet this spring marks a milestone in restoration efforts that began nearly 20 years ago, biologists said Monday.
Impaired waters are defined as having excess nitrogen, phosphorus, mercury, bacteria or other pollutants, hurting their ability to support swimming or fishing, or to provide healthy habitats for fish and wildlife.
A 20-foot-tall healing totem pole loaded on an open flat-bed truck passed through North Dakota this week, receiving blessings from Indian tribes as it makes its way from the West Coast to permanent display near Washington, D.C.
Co-sponsored by the Devils Lake Basin Joint Water Resource Board and the North Dakota Water Education Foundation, this will be the first fall tour through the basin, which has been experiencing an 18-year-long flood.
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