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Mississippi governor appoints Cindy Hyde-Smith to the Senate - and draws a backlash from the White House
'A ticking time bomb': How Cambridge Analytica's whistleblower became Facebook's unlikely foil
Lobbyists seek backdoor to deregulation through NAFTA talks
More Minn. pharmacies to offer opioid antidote naloxone without a prescription to battle overdoses
Grand Forks County outsources home service
crime and courts
Rebooted Roseanne is a proud 'deplorable' - can she be the Trump era's Archie Bunker?
Steven Seagal accused of raping an 18-year-old - adding to decades of claims against the actor
Eatbeat: Caribou a good spot for longtime breakfast partners
Looking for artists to take on city hall: Granite Falls, Minn., looking to embed artist in city
Fargo woman aims for the stars in the world of quilting
A barber tried for years to cut an autistic boy's hair. Then they had a breakthrough.
No, the pope did not convince Stephen Hawking to believe in God on his deathbed
How one group is using scraps of wood to comfort others
Impress your guests with sweet Zeppole di San Giuseppe pastry
Sparkling wines are not created equally
New business creating custom duck calls with pets' ashes
Wiggins, Towns stepping up when Timberwolves need them most
Shipley: For Sano, Twins and MLB, these are high stakes
Polanco addresses Twins teammates, apologizes for steroid suspension
UND's Brad Heidlebaugh, Austin Gordon both open spring football playing diffeence p
Elliot Richard Grant
Roger F. Guderjahn
New business creating custom duck calls with pets' ashes
Doug Leier: Drawing a once-in-a-lifetime license doesn't guarantee success
Wyoming considers grizzly hunt after Trump team took bear off endangered list
Warroad sixth-grade class takes Lake of the Woods ice fishing trip
Peregrine's return marks sign of spring
Letter: Consider the Fritz as a movie house
Letter: Why duplicate coverage with WDAY and WDAZ?
Roads, potholes: Where were citizens?
Our view: ND court shouldn't let vetoes stand
Commentary: No, billionaires won't save us - that's a myth that links Zuckerberg and Trump
March 19, 2018
No more crying? Testing the tearless onion
FARGO — What do you suppose is the No. 1 question people ask The National Onion Association? (Besides of course, "Seriously, there's something...
March 19, 2018 - 6:49am
March 4, 2018
A recipe for ripeness: How to buy the freshest fruit in the store
FARGO — Finding the freshest fruits and vegetables without knowing the recipe for ripeness can be much like gambling on a mystery-flavored...
March 4, 2018 - 8:01am
December 25, 2017
The local foods scene
MANDAN, N.D. — In Vermont, where Angela and Brian McGinness used to farm, small towns don't have big grocery stores. "In every town, people...
December 25, 2017 - 11:05am
October 14, 2017
AgweekTV: Rina’s Garden is growing up some big things in Kindred, N.D.
If you're in need of a good pumpkin this Halloween there's a place you might want to check out. We found a little girl with a big garden full...
October 14, 2017 - 8:30am
October 6, 2017
That's bananas: What it takes to get fruit from thousands of miles away to your kitchen
That banana at the local grocery store certainly isn't yellow when it begins its long trip from Central America to Grand Forks. When it's picked...
October 6, 2017 - 3:31pm
August 2, 2017
Youth group’s garden produce for sale at Willmar farmers markets
WILLMAR, Minn. — When the youths and leaders of MNyou, a youth group in Willmar, started planting their first garden this spring, no one...
August 2, 2017 - 9:45pm
April 3, 2017
High tunnels serves as focus of conference
FARGO — Tim Geinert saw both need and opportunity. So the Nortonville, N.D., high-tunnel operator approached extension officials and others...
April 3, 2017 - 2:00pm
October 24, 2016
Science explains why refrigerators sap the flavor from ripe tomatoes
If you're one of those people who puts tomatoes in the fridge, you are going to want to stop. Now. Sure, chilling a tomato will keep it looking...
October 24, 2016 - 3:07pm
December 2, 2015
Crop insurance 'fix' draws praise
Farm groups, farm state politicians and crop insurance organizations are praising congressional action that promises to reverse proposed cuts...
December 2, 2015 - 7:30pm
July 19, 2015
Report finds ND, MN fall short in produce consumption
FARGO -- Adults in North Dakota and Minnesota rank lower than the national average in eating the amount of fruits and vegetables needed to reduce...
July 19, 2015 - 6:40am
July 3, 2015
North Dakota kids converge for 4-H conference cook-off
Kids from across the state recently converged on North Dakota State University's campus to, among other things, compete in a cook-off using products...
July 3, 2015 - 10:00am
June 4, 2015
Minnesota woman finds black widow spider in grapes
A Minnesota woman who bought a bag of grapes at Target got a little more than just fruit. She discovered a poisonous spider along for the ride, sticking around even after she washed the grapes with vinegar and baking soda, KMSP-TV reported.
June 4, 2015 - 7:10pm
December 30, 2014
Crop budgets for 2015 show potential loss
Plunging crop prices will make it difficult for many farmers in North Dakota and adjacent areas in surrounding states to turn a profit in 2015, according to an annual projection from North Dakota State University Extension Service. “Most people are struggling...
December 30, 2014 - 9:30am
June 3, 2013
Members become lenders at Wrenshall produce farm
June 3, 2013 - 5:30am
June 21, 2012
Flood-damaged produce should not be eaten
ST. PAUL -- Growers and gardeners are being advised that fruit and vegetables that come into contact with flood waters should not be eaten. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says flood water can contain numerous contaminants, so growers and gardeners in flood-impacted areas...
June 21, 2012 - 4:28pm