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April 10, 2018
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A Minneapolis mystery: How did a mummified monkey end up in the rafters of a 116-year-old department store?
April 10, 2018 - 9:08pm
Two paddlers make their way down the Kawishiwi River near Ely. The group American Rivers has again named the Kawishiwi one of the 10 most endangered rivers in the U.S. because of the potential of polluted mine waste from the proposed Twin Metals copper mine. Forum News Service file photo
'America's Most Endangered Rivers' lists 2 in Minnesota
April 10, 2018 - 7:32pm
April 6, 2018
One prairie dog scouts the area for food or predators during the cold winter months. Shelby Reardon / Forum News Service
US National Forest Service continues prairie dog management in western ND with new survey
April 6, 2018 - 7:45pm
SD paleontologist set to uncover new species of ankylosaur
April 6, 2018 - 7:07pm
Former Fargo Sanford Medical Center President Dennis Millirons
Former Sanford president in Fargo dies unexpectedly
April 6, 2018 - 6:27pm
ND landowners affected by energy industry can attend expo
April 6, 2018 - 5:09pm
April 5, 2018
Rich Garman, left, Jonathan Fortner, middle, and Ned Kruger participate in a panel discussion on future markets such as greenhouses, autonomous vehicles and rare earth elements at Thursday's Lignite Energy Council's annual meeting at the Bismarck Event Center.Mike McCleary / Bismarck Tribune
ND coal, greenhouse partnership to grow tomatoes looking promising
April 5, 2018 - 7:12pm
Zebra mussels are an aquatic invasive species that can cause problems on lakes by attaching to boat motors and boat hulls, docks, lifts, rocks and swimming areas. They can also clog irrigation intakes and other pipes. Submitted photo
Strategy for fighting invasive species: Slow the spread
April 5, 2018 - 6:14pm
Pipeline leak spills oil, produced water into stream, pastureland
April 5, 2018 - 2:41pm
April 4, 2018
Officials balance 3M settlement goals: drinking water and environmental upgrades
April 4, 2018 - 9:55pm
Eroded wetlands near the east bank of the Mississippi near Pointe à la Hache, La., Feb. 5, 2018. Louisiana’s “working coast” is dotted with communities that may not outlast the people who currently live there; a fourth of the state’s wetlands are already gone, and the government has been retiring place names for islands and bays and passes that have simply ceased to exist. (William Widmer/The New York Times/Copyright 2018)
The Mississippi River hasn't flooded this much in 500 years
April 4, 2018 - 2:32pm
April 2, 2018
Professionals see a need to open up with kids about mental health
April 2, 2018 - 10:22pm
ND department seeking help in locating bald eagle nests
April 2, 2018 - 3:19pm
DNR warns residents about food sources for bears in their yards as far south as central Minn.
April 2, 2018 - 3:13pm
March 31, 2018
In the early 2000s, retired farmer and sculptor Allen Bakke of Elbow Lake, Minn., had built a number of sculptures, including the head a Jesus Christ sculpture that he expected would stand some 40 feet tall. It was too unwieldy, so he built a 20-foot piece that was made of mesh, and lighter-weight.  Mikkel Pates / Forum News Service
Farmer's sculptures provides a spiritual glimpse on Easter
March 31, 2018 - 4:12pm
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