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Shooting case show California gang presence in North Dakota
Sanford Bemidji faces Medicare penalty over rate of preventable complications
NDSU did not notify students after assault of students Saturday “because the incident occurred off campus"
279 bills pre-filed for North Dakota Legislature to consider
New bill would increase vehicle permit fee for North Dakota state parks by 40 percent
crime and courts
Pacers heat up, edge Timberwolves
BOYS BASKETBALL: Win-E-Mac tops EGF Senior High
PRO FOOTBALL: Game Roundup
PRO FOOTBALL: Standing/box scores
School rules in Jameis’ favor
Singer Joe Cocker dies at age 70
How to make the holidays less stressful even if you're entertaining
How effective are flu and cold remedies?
A snapshot of oral health in North Dakota
Poor dental care harms kids, adults
life & style
Debra Lynn Owens
Betty J. Shambaugh
WEEKLY DNR ENFORCEMENT REPORT: Trapping, ice fishing enforcement etc.
Tentative 2015 hunting dates set for North Dakota
Stay safe when darkhouse spearing
Eagle rescued after being sickened by lead
Rec Topper: Wild Game Recipe
COLUMN: How society benefits from supporting higher ed
LETTER: Spokesman: BNSF has been forthright about delays
LETTER: Valley partnership overlooks much of valley
LETTER: Don't let naysayers block nickname selection
COLUMN: The truth about Common Core: It's right for N.D.
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talking with dokken
December 7, 2014
TALKING WITH DOKKEN: Minimum age for fishing?
Q. I recently read that a Canadian man won a case in which he had taken his 3-year-old daughter ice fishing and was using two extra lines for her while fishing. Is there a minimum age in North Dakota for a person to have lines in the water for fishing? A. Blake Riewer,...
outdoors / fishing
December 7, 2014 - 7:30am
November 2, 2014
TALKING WITH DOKKEN: Why birds "drum"?
Q. I heard ruffed grouse drumming during a recent hunting trip in northern Minnesota. I know male birds “drum” in the spring to attract a mate, but why do they drum in the fall? Is it a photoperiod thing or are they just gearing up for next spring? A. The subsonic beat of...
outdoors / wildlife
November 2, 2014 - 7:45am
September 28, 2014
TALKING WITH DOKKEN: Epic fails with new equipment
Q. I was reading a recent issue of an outdoors magazine where they were testing gear. One line that really stuck with me is that sometimes during their test they have epic failures with gear. Have you ever experienced failure of a new product, or tested an outdoors product that didn’t...
outdoors / fishing
September 28, 2014 - 9:30am
April 5, 2014
TALKIN WITH DOKKEN: Are wolves the cause for elk decline in Grygla, Minn., area
Q. I was born in Grygla, Minn., and a friend in Grand Forks sent me your article on the elk survey (“DNR completes elk survey,” Page E6, March 16). Our elk herds (in Washington state) are also on the decline, but the general opinion seems to be that the wolf packs and cougars...
April 5, 2014 - 10:39pm
February 16, 2014
TALKIN WITH DOKKEN: Fish fillets on the ice
Q. I’m going to be spending two nights in a sleeper house on Lake of the Woods in a couple of weeks. I know Minnesota only allows a daily limit, with no possession limit, for most species, but what is the law as far as filleting and consuming fish when on the ice? A. This answer...
outdoors / fishing
February 16, 2014 - 11:45am
January 11, 2014
TALKIN WITH DOKKEN: Are there any kids' fishing derbies in NW Minnesota?
Q. With Minnesota's free ice fishing weekend set for Jan. 18-20, are there any clinics or kids' fishing derbies in the area? A. I ran your...
fishing / outdoors
January 11, 2014 - 10:30pm
July 14, 2013
TALKIN WITH DOKKEN: Recreational vehicles on Wildlife Drive?
Q. I was reading in the Herald recently that the Wildlife Drive at Roseau River Wildlife Management Area will be open to motorized vehicles later this month.
July 14, 2013 - 9:45am