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Highlights from the North Dakota Dem-NPL policy platform
Highlights from the North Dakota Dem-NPL policy platform
Democrats charmed by 'down to earth' Biden at state convention
Car crashes into Grand Forks business
Democrats endorse Schneider for US House race
crime and courts
Little Big Town brings big sound to the Ralph
ArtWise show opens next week at Alerus
CBS tentatively sets March 25 for airing '60 Minutes' interview with Stormy Daniels
Publicist for Matt Damon squashes rumor saying he was moving to Australia because of Trump
'American Idol' contestant was 'uncomfortable,' but says Katy Perry's kiss wasn't harassment
Doctors said to let a teen's sinus infection 'run its course,' family says. Weeks later, he died.
Hope for fighting deadly impatiens disease
5 Irish-themed sweets for St. Patrick's Day
Salmonella cases linked to consuming opioid substitute kratom
Marilyn Hagerty: Do you fancy yourself a pencil?
Down to the wire again; Hillsboro-CV wins another state B title
Aldridge leads Spurs past Timberwolves
UND proves margins were thin in college hockey this season
St. John earns third place, Wyndmere-Lidgerwood takes seventh at Class B state tournament
Minnesota United secures second straight victory
Ronald D. Hegg
Frederick George Giese
Gerald A. "Turk" Devine
Jean L. Skaro
Marjorie McLean Kruger
OUTDOOR REPORT: March fishing heating up on Lake of the Woods
Doug Leier: Questions—and answers—on Game and Fish Department's move to online-only licensing
Elk surveys mailed to 8,500 homes as Fond du Lac Band effort inches toward reintroduction
VIDEO: A kids' fishing story — as told by a kid
Jarod Lund northern pike
McFeely: N.D. Dems seeing new faces, new energy
Commentary: Democrat insider: State party engaged in “backstabbing and double dealing” with some candidates
Letter: People still have right to propose laws
Letter: Board failed in its planning process
Letter: Thoughts on what I read in the Herald
March 16, 2018
Taming the mighty Mississippi: Troubles run deep in changing national waterway
ALONG THE RIVER - The Mississippi runs the spine of America, touching 10 states and draining waters from 21 more, a vast waterway with a rich...
March 16, 2018 - 10:59am
March 11, 2018
ALWAYS IN SEASON/ MIKE JACOBS: Absent waxwings could still show up
Last week's bird, the house sparrow, is the image of domesticity. Even its name suggests a place bound creature. This week's bird is a wanderer,...
March 11, 2018 - 6:29am
March 4, 2018
ALWAYS IN SEASON/ MIKE JACOBS: Where have all the house sparrows gone?
The other day, when I picked up my cup from the coffee maker that sits on the countertop next to the sliding glass deck door, I looked out and...
March 4, 2018 - 6:03am
February 25, 2018
ALWAYS IN SEASON/ MIKE JACOBS: The nuthatch displays appealing attributes
The white-breasted has several appealing attributes—to people, at least, and presumably also to other nuthatches. For starters, the nuthatch...
February 25, 2018 - 6:02am
February 18, 2018
ALWAYS IN SEASON/ MIKE JACOBS: Could redpolls be considered a sign of spring?
Back in December, I appointed the common redpoll as a symbol of Christmas. It could serve as well for Valentine's Day. The redpoll is a northern...
February 18, 2018 - 6:03am
February 11, 2018
ALWAYS IN SEASON/ MIKE JACOBS: A big birding record gets away in January
Birding is a little like fishing; sometimes, the big ones get away. That's what happened to the January bluebirds. An eastern bluebird is a rare...
February 11, 2018 - 6:00am
February 8, 2018
Second set of entangled ND bucks with severed head discovered, set free by snowmobiler on Red River
At first glance, Jake Cosley says he wasn't quite sure what he was seeing Wednesday afternoon while snowmobiling on the Red River south of Pembina,...
February 8, 2018 - 4:27pm
February 4, 2018
ALWAYS IN SEASON/ MIKE JACOBS: Raven tales show curious, opportunistic bird
Lately, while reading about the Vikings and the Saxons, I encountered the tale of the raven banner, a flag that foretold the outcome of battles....
February 4, 2018 - 11:44am
Camping in below zero temps
FARGO — Ask most people when camping season is, and they'll probably tell you May through early October. But to a growing community, these...
February 4, 2018 - 11:42am
February 1, 2018
A 14-year-old killer whale in France has successfully imitated human speech
A 14-year-old killer whale in France has successfully imitated human speech, according to researchers who got her to squeak out convincing versions...
February 1, 2018 - 11:21am
January 28, 2018
ALWAYS IN SEASON/ MIKE JACOBS: Hungry owls move south for winter
Like last week's bird, the northern shrike, the great gray owl is circumpolar. As much in Eurasia as in North America, this owl is an icon of...
January 28, 2018 - 6:00am
January 25, 2018
Scientists discover the oldest human fossils outside Africa
An ancient jawbone uncovered from a collapsed cave on the coast of Israel is at least 175,000 years old, and it belonged to a member of our own...
January 25, 2018 - 4:17pm
January 22, 2018
Monarch butterfly migration was off this year. Researchers are worried.
Thanksgiving was right around the corner, and a sizable number of one of America's most famous migrants could be seen still sputtering south....
January 22, 2018 - 12:25pm
January 21, 2018
ALWAYS IN SEASON/ MIKE JACOBS: A bird of the Far North turns up in GF
The northern shrike is a well-named bird. Its breeding range in North America runs from the Bering Sea coast of Alaska to Labrador but extends...
January 21, 2018 - 6:00am
January 14, 2018
ALWAYS IN SEASON/ MIKE JACOBS: Siskins may be plain birds, but they're never dull
The best view of a pine siskin is from behind with its wings spread. That way, the brilliant yellow patches show in the bird's wings and tail...
January 14, 2018 - 6:23am