THE DIRT: THE REAL DIRT ON GARDENING FROM A MASTER GARDENER IN MOORHEAD, MINNESOTA Thwarted plans
I had such big plans. Well, ok, not big. But firmly cemented in my mind.
I have such a huge list of garden chores to be completed in the next two weeks, that I figured I'd better not wait to start un... Posted on 5/16/13 at 3:46 PM
STAFF BLOG EVERYDAY GOURMET Asparagus,Tomato and Feta Penne
Looking for something speedy for dinner? This delicious pasta dish is light, colorful and works great asside dish or main course. Asparagus is in season andit's time to takeadvantage of the tender gre... Posted on 5/16/13 at 9:37 AM
STORM TRACKER Another Snowy Spring
We live in a climate where you probably never should say never, but the odds are extremely low that this area will record any more snowfall this season. So unless something unforeseen occurs, our curr... Posted on 5/11/13 at 5:47 PM
THE NEW FORTY And the birdbrain is...
I am sure that in a world filled with factoids that there must be some data on the bird species that are fairly unaware of the threatsthey face. I am willing to bet, even though I have neverread a sin... Posted on 4/30/13 at 10:57 PM
Fargo police Deputy Chief Pat Claus said spring is the department’s busiest time for fielding complaints about graffiti. Over the years, graffiti has evolved from basic lines and obscenities scrawled on public spaces to increasingly elaborate tags, or stylized signatures.
If you haven’t tented in awhile or simply are in the market for a new tent, three recent models from Eureka offer the perfect mix of portability and functionality and are available in two- or three-person sizes, depending on your needs.
Spring has arrived and we’re waiting for the ground the thaw.
And if you’ve been thinking about planting a garden but don’t really know where to start, Anne Smith of the Grand Forks Horticultural Society has a plan for you.
The Minnesota communities of Crookston and Thief River Falls are about 40 miles apart, but the towns’ high school baseball teams bused together more than 400 miles to play a pair of baseball games Friday.
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.
Spring can make or break a sheep farmer. It marks the time when lambs are born and requires a farmer’s constant attention and midwifery, regardless of the weather. At a Minnesota farm near Pelican Rapids, the yearly ritual is intense but fulfilling experience for one farming couple.
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