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Lawyers for Kavanaugh accuser say she accepts Senate committee's request to testify
Cramer: Allegations against Kavanaugh are 'absurd'
The Jacob Wetterling case file
AgweekTV: Elevator Embezzlement in Minnesota
Commentary: Newspapers can make registering to vote a lot easier
crime and courts
Minnesota artists bringing back Yellowstone Trail markers
Back to the drawing board: Columnist Swift rediscovers love for art after career in writing
Grand Forks symphony celebrates 110th anniversary
Cirque du Soleil in REA will combine acrobatics and skating
3 more longtime staffers fired from 'Prairie Home' successor show
North Dakota rabbi will travel state for Sukkot
Two hours after meeting him, Central Minnesota woman offers man her kidney
Should perennials be cut back in fall? It depends.
Berries of invasive species toxic to humans, how to cut back lilacs and more
Ann Bailey: Moments made to celebrate
FRIDAY'S LOCAL SCOREBOARD
Davis, A's walk off over Twins
Riders grind out win over West Fargo
Sano doesn't make trip to Oakland with Twins
Two-time NCAA champion Portland edges UND 1-0
Jay R. Bruce
Beulah G. A. Koering
Bull elk photographed Thursday near Ardoch, N.D.
Sixth-graders in Warroad, Minn., learn traditional wild rice gathering techniques
Wolf supporters seek recovery plan for predators
OUTDOORS REPORT: Fall fishing patterns are beginning to emerge; autumn colors are becoming more apparent
Teach a kid to hunt small game during Minnesota's Take a Kid Hunting Weekend
Commentary: Sandy's Donuts manager serves pastries with a side of sunshine
Letter: Schafer didn't notice traits of 'One UND'
Letter: It's election season: Time to be smart
Tammy Oltz: Investigation on Kavanaugh is warranted
Our view: Region needs to push drones in all walks of life
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Wally & Dorothy Radi
Joe & Fran Adams
Kenneth & Mavis Ness
Robert "Bob" Hewitt
September 18, 2018
North Dakota stockmen take stand on 'lab-grown' meat labeling
BISMARCK — Within the next year, "cultured" meat — made from animal muscle and fat cells in a lab rather than coming from slaughtered livestock — could hit the market and the beef industry is expressing concern over how that product is marketed to consumers. At its...
September 18, 2018 - 4:08pm
September 17, 2018
Statisticians protest proposed research agency move
WASHINGTON — U.S. agriculture would be hurt if the U.S. Department of Agriculture follows through on its plan to move the Economic Research Service, or ERS, out of Washington, D.C., the American Statistical Association says. The relocation, announced in early August, "will drive...
September 17, 2018 - 7:08am
September 15, 2018
AgweekTV: Visas denied for Big Iron visitors
The Big Iron International Visitors Program had only 50 participants this year due to the U.S. State Department denying far more visas than in...
September 15, 2018 - 8:30am
September 4, 2018
NDSU research into bees’ winter survival could help sustain farms, ranches
FARGO — There's a buzz at a federal facility at North Dakota State University, and it's not just coming from insects in the laboratory....
September 4, 2018 - 6:09pm
September 3, 2018
Report: Region's conservation funding could drop
WASHINGTON -- If the U.S. House version of the next farm bill is approved, the Upper Midwest would suffer nation-leading losses in federal funding...
September 3, 2018 - 9:01am
Variability leads to questions about SD crop outcomes
MITCHELL, S.D. — The U.S. Department of Agriculture is projecting a record corn crop in South Dakota for 2018, with a 170-bushel per acre...
September 3, 2018 - 6:03am
August 24, 2018
Group working on pitch to bring 2 USDA research agencies to Fargo
FARGO — A group of officials is working on a proposal for Fargo to become the new home of two U.S. Department of Agriculture agencies....
August 24, 2018 - 9:47am
August 18, 2018
AgweekTV: Regenerative Farming
Stoney Creek Farms, in southwest Minnesota, is using regenerative farming to return health and profitability back to their farming business....
August 18, 2018 - 8:30am
August 17, 2018
USDA approves rural development grants
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved a grant for $8,950 for the Spirit Lake Tribe, of the Devils Lake area, as part of its program...
August 17, 2018 - 2:36pm
August 13, 2018
Native American farm fund to start disbursing millions in civil rights case
The largest U.S. philanthropy serving Native American farmers and ranchers has been established to distribute $266 million from a landmark 2010 civil rights settlement in which the U.S. government agreed to pay for almost 20 years of official discrimination, court filings show. The...
August 13, 2018 - 11:36am
August 12, 2018
Would rain help or hurt?: On balance, it’s needed
It's a truism of Upper Midwest agriculture that nature can't provide August weather to please all farmers. Dry conditions benefit small-grain...
August 12, 2018 - 2:59pm
August 10, 2018
Cramer to USDA: Move two ag agencies from Washington, D.C., to Fargo
FARGO — Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., is suggesting the U.S. Department of Agriculture move two of its key agencies here. Cramer made the...
August 10, 2018 - 9:20pm
August 6, 2018
Mixed reactions to $12 billion trade compensation package
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — The Trump Administration has announced a $12 billion trade compensation package to make up for farmers' market losses...
August 6, 2018 - 7:36am
A closer look at how tariffs work
Like many of you, I first learned about tariffs and the impacts on international trade and global economies from my history books. Now, one of...
August 6, 2018 - 7:08am
August 4, 2018
AgweekTV: The Changing Face of Women In Ag
One woman is making a name for herself in a traditionally male field. Watch the full episode of AgweekTV on Agweek.com Get the latest agri-weather...
August 4, 2018 - 8:30am