ASTRO BOB Chance for flares from bad-boy sunspot group 1875
We've been a dry spell for auroras the past couple weeks, but that could change if a large sunspot group now crossing the solar disk continues to grow and become more magnetically active.
Active re... Posted on 10/22/13 at 12:42 PM
FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY The top five moments of UND's season
The University of North Dakota's season ended three days ago, and I'm still shocked by what happened.
To go from being a few minutes away from advancing to the Frozen Four to getting beaten 4-1 by th... Posted on 4/2/13 at 9:17 PM
THE RACING LIFE The Track That Nature Owns
The Racing Life spent a beautiful Sunday afternoon traveling to the old abandoned Wee Town Outlaw Speedway near Fergus Falls, MN. The 1/2 high-banked track held it's last race back in 1993 not knowing... Posted on 9/30/12 at 9:29 PM
Sometimes during high water the Missouri River will carve away one of its banks like an old man turning out his pockets to bring things to light — scrapers and knives made of Knife River flint, hoes and squash knives made of bison bone, 19th century toy horses made of pewter or cast iron.
Flooding in the Red River Valley continues shifting northward with rising river levels north of Drayton, N.D., and falling river levels south of Oslo, Minn., the National Weather Service said Wednesday.
The Audubon Center of the Red River Valley near Warren, Minn., is offering “Second Saturday” and “Second Sunday” volunteer programs for trail workers, birders, native plant enthusiasts and photographers to help out with a variety of projects.
Gov. Mark Dayton won’t make another move on a daycare unionization push until after a Minnesota judge issues a written order explaining his reasons for sidetracking a planned vote by in-home providers.
The weekly crop and weather report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture released Tuesday says farmers had only 2.7 days suitable for field work last week. Many fields are still wet with some ponding.
Officials in Fargo said they had originally planned to start trucking sandbags to neighborhoods today. Deputy mayor Tim Mahoney said the new start date will depend on the results of both a storm that’s hitting the area and the next flood forecast from the National Weather Service.
In another sign of how well agribusiness has performed recently, CHS Inc. of St. Paul announced Tuesday it’s plowing some of its big profits into upgrading an already big grain elevator in Lakota, N.D., so it can load big 110-car “shuttle trains,” on the BNSF rail line.
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