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Joe Biden, 75, doesn't mind if you think he's too old to take on Trump, also in his 70s
UND President Mark Kennedy returns from Asia trip
Almost half of US births happen outside marriage, signaling cultural shift
Heitkamp fires campaign staffer amid ad fallout; some women considering legal action
Grand Forks County will move forward with opioid litigation
crime and courts
Roseanne overdosed on opioids and left 'The Conners' behind. It's better this way
Prairie Public adjusts to budget cuts, changing media landscape
Steve Martin, Martin Short coming to stateline amphitheater
North Dakota nature photographer Pat Gerlach dies
Story of North Dakota man who stripped naked in church holy water appears on 'Saturday Night Live'
Some like it hot: North Dakota's top-selling Halloween candy is Hot Tamales
Going Dutch: Hodgepodge Potatoes are a cold-weather comfort
Woman who received 'dream home' during cancer treatment dies
Marilyn Hagerty: Snowbirds and Sacramento State
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry are expecting, says Kensington Palace
Known deer disease EHD discovered in southeast Minnesota
Tuesday's local sports scoreboard
Dodgers even NLCS with 13-inning win over Brewers
WATCH: UND breaks down how to replace linebacker Tanner Palmborg
Tuesday's local sports clipboard
Shirley L. Tingum
Lois (Remboldt) Schaffer
Richard W. Lieberg
Jean K. Walker
Known deer disease EHD discovered in southeast Minnesota
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS/ DOUG LEIER: Uncertainty continues to surround North Dakota's bighorn sheep population
Antlerless whitetail tags remain in 3 southwest North Dakota hunting units
Minnesota youth deer season gets underway Thursday
Joe Stauss Rainy River walleye
Commentary: Senator Heitkamp needs to be clear about how her campaign re-victimized those sexual assault victims
Commentary: The ugly, nasty, awful Heitkamp political machine
Lloyd Omdahl: Poor Lloyd's poor original almanac
Our view: Voters, go do your civic duty
Commentary: Women say Heitkamp campaign identified them as sexual assault survivors without their permission
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Mary Ann Cieklinski
August 18, 2018
Commentary: Harvesting late summer crops
FARGO — Have you ever tried leaving for a summer vacation with someone who enjoys vegetable gardening? While everyone else is busy packing...
August 18, 2018 - 7:15am
August 11, 2018
What to do with all those peak summer tomatoes, from tiny cherries to giant heirlooms
Now is the time for tomatoes, friends. These are the summer days when you gawk at the rainbow of sizes and colors available and wonder which...
August 11, 2018 - 9:15am
July 25, 2018
In bloom: Rose wine combines deliciously with plums and apricots
FARGO — Stone fruits are in high season, and while we might have to wait a few more weeks before the arrival of the glorious large peaches...
July 25, 2018 - 7:33am
June 12, 2018
More than grapes: Wine can be sourced from many different fruits
When discussing wine, the conversation often centers around the grapes from which it is made. Very few of us consider wine made from other fruits...
June 12, 2018 - 1:35pm
May 26, 2018
How to fertilize trees, shrubs, flowers and fruits
FARGO — Have you ever struggled with a some-assembly-required item, and hours later concluded that whoever wrote the instructions obviously...
May 26, 2018 - 8:15am
April 17, 2018
How to prep and enjoy a mango, the sunniest fruit in the grocery store
I adore mango in so many forms. Puree as the base of an Indian dal (lentil dish). Chutney to go on a grilled cheese sandwich. Frozen in ice cream....
April 17, 2018 - 6:06am
January 29, 2018
To escape the winter blues, try seeing red - pomegranate red
The winter-morning kitchen is quiet except for the soft scuff of my slippers as I step to the chilly back hall and fetch a white, oxford shirt...
January 29, 2018 - 8:33pm
October 14, 2017
Grapes, fruit have great year in ND
BIWMARCK — Despite severe drought conditions covering the western two-thirds of the state this summer, North Dakota's blossoming wine industry...
October 14, 2017 - 7:11pm
October 12, 2017
Florida orange crop seen plunging to 71-year low after Irma
Florida's orange production will plunge 21 percent to a 71-year low after damage wrought by Hurricane Irma devastated the harvest, while output...
October 12, 2017 - 1:35pm
September 18, 2017
Wide range of ag research conducted at Carrington Extension center
CARRINGTON, N.D. — North Dakota's soil, crops and climate vary greatly from south to north and east to west. But Carrington, roughly in...
September 18, 2017 - 6:54am
August 21, 2017
Seeing red: Take a trip to Wisconsin's cranberry marshes
WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wis. — "The most picturesque time of year on a cranberry farm is during fall harvest with the seemingly endless sea of red...
August 21, 2017 - 1:32pm
February 28, 2017
GREAT INDOORS: 3 fruity smoothies are more than delicious, they'll boost your immunity
FARGO — I guess with every plan you need to plan for the unexpected. That's what I've learned during month No. 2 of "The Great Indoors:...
February 28, 2017 - 6:42pm
January 16, 2017
Arctic Apples will test appetite for genetically modified produce
SUMMERLAND, British Columbia—Neal and Louisa Carter didn't set out to be pioneers in biotechnology. But their work to develop non-browning...
January 16, 2017 - 7:00am
August 6, 2016
Cherries ripe for picking in western North Dakota
Red cherries hang like summer jewels in an orchard at Haymarsh, a peaceful valley settlement about 60 miles west of Bismarck where Ken and Mary...
August 6, 2016 - 4:00am
August 21, 2015
Special tree gives North Dakota a new fresh fruit option
VALLEY CITY, N.D. -- It all started with some jelly Michael Kjelland ate more than 20 years ago. "I was up at my grandparents' place for...
August 21, 2015 - 6:15am