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Super Science Day brings smiles, wonder, to Grand Forks' Purpur Arena
Grand Forks car chase leads police in and out of city
Heartwarming Hit: Fargo South player with Down Syndrome gets varsity hit
Moorhead semi driver sent to hospital in interstate rollover
Projections say Macron, Le Pen go through to runoff in French vote
crime and courts
Soul singer Cuba Gooding Sr. found dead in his car
The List: Time-Out Wacipi, Art and Wine Walk set this weekend
5 things you need to know about Season 3 of "Fargo"
Carrie Fisher won't appear in 'Star Wars: Episode IX'
Hollywood's Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner file for divorce
Out & About: 'Keep the Faith' tells flood story with humor
Marilyn Hagerty: Kids keep memory of flood alive
Should pregnant mothers hang up their cell phones?
Health Matters: How dangerous is lead?
Marilyn Hagerty: Easter brings joy to the faithful and bunny to the mall
Future of NCAA regionals expected to be hot topic this week
Ibarra scores in Minnesota's win over Colorado
Hicks' five RBIs help power Tigers past Twins
Chappell birdies final hole to take Texas Open
UMD's defensive corps, led by freshman Mikey Anderson, will be youthful next season
Ella Marie Flaten
Robert D. Wegge
Verlin D. Vesey
Erik David Shulind
Influx of water keeps tourism dollars flowing on Devils Lake
Brad Dokken column: Catfish League set to roll
Awards mount for Crookston taxidermist
Mike Jacobs: Mourning dove known for its call
Port: Heidi Heitkamp leaked her fundraising numbers early because she didn’t want you to see where the money came from
Swift: Taxes must be particularly taxing
Coming Home: Hospital hallway that once held fear now full of hope
Grand Forks fire chief: Downtown burning, streets flooding; what to do?
Editorial: In St. Paul, keep eyes on Digi-Key prize
April 18, 2017
Input costs falling for SD farmers
PARKSTON, S.D. — Consistency is more important than cheap prices for one local farmer, but he still tries to keep his input costs low....
April 18, 2017 - 12:05pm
South Dakota farmers plan for planting
BROOKINGS, S.D. — The 2017 planting season is in the early stages, but farmers have decided in advance what crops to seed. Estimates created...
April 18, 2017 - 9:10am
April 17, 2017
Animal agriculture gets used to new medicated feed rules
DELL RAPIDS, S.D. — Federal rules that expanded the list of medications that need veterinarian oversight to be given to animals have been...
April 17, 2017 - 9:28am
April 15, 2017
Agronomy services can benefit farmers
BERTHOLD, N.D. — Farming methods have been changing with leaps and bounds. Today's modern farming enterprises center around technology...
April 15, 2017 - 3:11pm
April 14, 2017
Hack the harvest: As machinery becomes smarter, farmers and lawmakers contend with rules preventing maintenance
Crops aren't the only thing farmers are harvesting these days. Some of them are digging up software code. Producers in particularly remote areas...
April 14, 2017 - 3:38pm
April 11, 2017
Global surplus leads to grain piled on runways, parking lots and fields
Reluctant to sell his harvest at today's rock-bottom prices, he has stuffed storage bins at his property full and left more corn piled on the...
April 11, 2017 - 8:22am
March 31, 2017
Corn production projection 'should be positive for prices'
MITCHELL, S.D. — A 4 million-acre reduction in corn projected in 2017 could prove beneficial for farmers. With corn prices falling from...
March 31, 2017 - 5:47pm
5 questions with ... Brenda Rudolph, dairy farmer in Central Minnesota
Q: What is your role in agriculture today? My husband Nathan and I dairy farm in Central Minnesota. We milk 100 Holstein cows in a tie stall...
March 31, 2017 - 9:21am
December 28, 2016
Feds tighten restrictions on meds for farm animals
FRAZEE, Minn. — Since antibiotics came into general use in the 1930s and 1940s, they have been widely available to American farmers to use on their livestock at their discretion. Until now, antibiotics for food animals have been easily obtained at feed stores, fleet supply...
December 28, 2016 - 3:30pm
April 30, 2016
Home to 712 volunteers, Minnesota ranch a sanctuary for retired horses
HASTINGS, Minn. -- It takes many pairs of hands to keep This Old Horse going. Seven hundred and twelve of them, to be exact. That’s how many...
April 30, 2016 - 4:03pm
April 9, 2016
Farmers to plant more corn, less wheat this year, ag officials says
FARGO—Farmers plan to plant more corn and less wheat than expected this year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's recently released...
April 9, 2016 - 12:31pm
March 26, 2016
GMO labels spread as U.S. congressional effort to halt them fades
LOS ANGELES - Even as General Mills Inc. and other companies vow to keep fighting mandatory labeling of genetically modified food ingredients,...
March 26, 2016 - 3:00pm
August 18, 2015
A good day for durum: Crop has big upside, downside
ZAHL, N.D. -- It's a hot mid-August afternoon in western North Dakota, and Jason Brevik and his crew are harvesting durum. Yields...
August 18, 2015 - 10:30am
Kansas firm allows farmers to contract against bad weather
MOTT, N.D. -- A Kansas company has been offering farmers in the Upper Midwest a way to buy contracts that protect against risk of adverse weather. The contracts are described as complementary protection to standard crop insurance, which is based on yield and price. eWeatherRisk...
August 18, 2015 - 10:00am
Red River Valley, western MN crops looking good
As forecasts showed hotter weather late in the week of Aug. 10, crops across the region were ahead of schedule and the small grains harvest was...
August 18, 2015 - 9:30am