STORM TRACKER Record Lows are Getting Low
Our record low temperatures are now mostly in the single digits above zero and beginning in early November, all our record lows will be below zero until March 31. A couple of exceptions to that statem... Posted on 10/24/13 at 7:46 AM
FATHER KNOWS LAST Holy Moly, Ole, What a Day!
Holy Moly, Ole, what a day!
Sue and I drove to Alexandria last night so I could participate in the Holy Moly Ole 10K race this morning. I felt a little under the weather, so while I still thought I ... Posted on 8/10/13 at 10:16 PM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND North Dakota fishing license sales at record levels
Years of rising water, a record number of fishing lakes and aggressive fish management in North Dakota have helped produce record fishing license sales.
State Game and Fish Department fisheries chief... Posted on 7/15/13 at 9:19 AM
HEALTHBEAT The EHR: Love it, hate it; here to stay
In a world where information technology is inextricably entwined in how we live (when was the last time you spent more than 24 hours without online access?), it's often baffling to see how slowly heal... Posted on 4/15/13 at 11:50 AM
Guinness confirmed that the Minto community indeed cooked a pot of 2,240 pounds of chili in June. That mark broke a 10-year-old record by more than 1,000 pounds. In 2003, the Keystone Aquatic Club in Harrisburg, Pa., entered the record book with a pot of 1,430 pounds.
Despite having their careers separated by about 50 years, Roger Maris and Chris Davis might have more in common than you think.
Fargo’s Maris set Major League Baseball’s single-season home run record with 61 homers in 1961 for the New York Yankees.
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.
Japan's Jiroemon Kimura, who had been recognized by the Guinness World Records as the world's oldest living person, the oldest living man and the oldest man ever, died Wednesday of natural causes. He was 116.
The deadly tornado that plowed through an area near Oklahoma City last week was even larger and more powerful than previously estimated — a record 2.6 miles wide with winds that reached nearly 300 mph, just shy of the strongest winds ever measured.
Grand Forks is forecast to break a 109-year-old local record: the latest 50-degree day. National Weather Service forecasts for the next seven days do not call for 50-degree temperatures in Grand Forks, and the current record is April 21, set in 1904. Fargo broke its record, set April 17, 1881, on Wednesday, and is still without a 50-degree day.
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