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Moorhead rape sentence prompts outcry from campus, Fargo detective
Minnesota environmental funds could be tapped for other uses
Woman, 28, dies in northeast North Dakota; car ends up in slough
One dead in fire near Duluth
Belfield man rear-ends semi trailer, dies
crime and courts
UND FOOTBALL: UND opens spring with more stability
YOUTH TENNIS: Thursday's results
Amateur basketball: Grand Am underway
TRACK AND FIELD: Thursday's results
NCAA WEST REGIONAL: Team-by-team capsules
Off the Record Blog: Bruce Campbell to play Ronald Reagan in season 2 of ‘Fargo’
AT THE MOVIES: 'Get Hard' ... 'Home' ... 'Red Army'
CATHERINE KRUMMEY: Talented actors can't make up for pointless plot in 'Gunman'
Calling all Eric Church fans
LOST ITALIAN: Bowtie à la Provençale rich, tangy and hearty
life & style
Eric A. Nordin
Donald D. Skjervheim
Florence Yvonne Bredeson
WEEKLY DNR ENFORCEMENT REPORT: Dead wolf dumped off bridge, Suspicious bull elk deaths near Grygla etc.
DNR investigates deaths of two bull elk in northwest Minnesota
DNR investigates elk poaching incidents near Grygla
Legacy Fund focus of Bemidji, Thief River Falls workshops
George Sinner: Did House put partisan politics above rail safety?
Paul Reynolds: 'Extreme drink' ordinance is good place to start
LETTER: New law erodes protection for family farmers
LETTER: Western N.D. needs permanent funding-formula change
LETTER: Hello, corporate farms; goodbye, N.D. way of life
March 7, 2015
East Grand Forks residents seek donations for downtown flowers
The city of East Grand Forks cut funds to maintain flowers in this year's budget, but at least one resident still wants to see them planted, and he's asking others to help him see it done. Former council member Dale Helms voted to uphold a veto of a 10 percent tax increase that...
news / local
March 7, 2015 - 12:42pm
April 17, 2014
In the Studio with Michelle Capenos: Floral design: Art from a different perspective
Wearing a floral dress, a gold flower necklace and peach flower earrings, I was ready for a flower-themed In the Studio shoot at East Grand Floral. At the shop, owner Shelly Duchsherer introduced me to Michelle Capenos, who has worked for her for eight to 10 years. Michelle...
accent / life & style
April 17, 2014 - 11:00pm
July 19, 2013
MARILYN HAGERTY: Garden show, Farmer's Market among weekend events
It's been 20 years since Kenneth Davidson ate the tulip bulbs. And he and his wife, Marion, are still getting along well. As a matter of fact, they just celebrated 64 years of marriage. It's this way -- Marion was gone once in the fall of 1993, and Kenneth was home alone fixing a...
local / featured columnists
July 19, 2013 - 12:00am
Container gardening tips
If you can't have a garden plot, a container garden is a nice alternative. You'll need pots and containers, potting soil, seeds and seedlings. You can plant almost any plant or vegetable in a container and place it on your patio to grow. Be sure you have allowed enough space for...
May 19, 2013 - 5:45am
Your guide to a beginner's backdoor garden
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. Smith has designed a 4-foot by 8-foot garden with the first-time...
May 19, 2013 - 5:30am
July 15, 2012
PRAIRIE GARDENER: Annual Grand Forks Horticulture Society garden tour on tap July 21-22
Despite the heat and drought conditions, which have plagued the region for much of the summer, local gardeners are preparing their flower gardens...
July 15, 2012 - 3:25pm
June 3, 2012
FACES: Larimore, N.D., couple purchase local flower shop
LARIMORE, N.D. -- For Amy and Larry Cronin, it was baptism by flower when they became Larimore business owners this spring. The couple purchased Larimore Flower and Gift about a week before Valentine's Day --typically a busy time for florists -- and during the next few months, they...
June 3, 2012 - 6:15am
May 4, 2011
Business blooms for florists
Mother's Day follows on the heels of area high school proms this weekend, and area flower shops are busy. The Society of American Florists estimates that Mother's Day brings florists one-quarter of their yearly business. Local shops have stocked up in preparation. "We just order...
family / local / news
May 4, 2011 - 6:33pm
June 29, 2010
In full bloom
Most people have seen a pink-and-white lady slipper and know it's the state flower. But does anyone know how, when and why it got that distinction? In a Feb. 4, 1893 resolution that appears in the Senate Journal, a resolution was made to designate the lady slipper or moccasin, or...
news / outdoors
June 29, 2010 - 10:37pm
February 22, 2009
DARREL KOEHLER: Get a jump on spring by forcing branches indoors
CALGARY, Alberta. - Winter can get long by late February, what with weeks of snow, cold and wind. Most of us, especially gardeners, need to see some green along with enjoying the sweet aroma of moist soil. Ah, spring. If you live in this western Canadian city, whose booming economy...
February 22, 2009 - 8:23am