REALLY EATING Roast turkey with asparagus - no directions, but it's easy
The sushi was supposed to be an appetizer before we had this turkey and asparagus, but it turned into more of a side dish, since we didn't eat them before the meal. I cooked the turkey in a cooking ba... Posted on 4/29/13 at 9:43 AM
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS UND’s Al Palmer attends major UAS conference in Turkey
University getting worlds attention about training prowess, opportunities
Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Al Plamer, Mr. UAS at the University of North Dakota, is spreading the word around the world about unman... Posted on 4/10/13 at 4:18 PM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND short and sweet
Midnight tonight is the spring turkey deadline for North Dakota. Apply online at www.gf.nd.gov
... Posted on 2/13/13 at 10:04 AM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN National Wild Turkey Federation CEO weighs in on gun control debate
The head of the National Wild Turkey Federation has issued a letter supporting the role of hunters in the debate about gun control thats currently brewing in Congress.
George C. Thornton, CEO of the ... Posted on 1/25/13 at 5:00 PM
Deadline to apply for N.D. license is Feb. 13; season opens April 13
For the next month or so, winter predator hunting and the Feb. 16 calendar opening of the spring light goose conservation season are about the only game in town for most hunters.
A New York City woman who went missing while vacationing alone in Istanbul was found dead on Saturday, and police detained nine people for questioning in connection with the case, Turkey's state-run news agency said.
North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is offering 5,930 wild turkey licenses for the spring hunt, an increase of 135 from last year. The agency says the increase is the result of better turkey production.
A group of wild turkeys that may be as many as 80 birds strong – a rafter, as a group turkeys is known –has infested the area a few blocks south of Edgewood Golf Course in the northeast corner of the city, near Peterson Parkway and Birdie Street.
The state Game and Fish Department says applications must be postmarked by midnight Thursday. That deadline also applies to online and telephone applications. Only North Dakota residents are eligible to apply in the first lottery.
Thirteen people from Turkey are visiting North Dakota to learn more about the state's agriculture and higher education. The Agriculture Department says the delegation this week plans to meet with state leaders, visit a dairy and a farm and take in a rodeo.
North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is making 4,145 licenses available for the wild turkey hunting season this fall, a drop of 10 percent from 2011. The reduction is due to a decline in the turkey population over the past several years, when harsh winters were the norm.
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