LOST ON THE PRAIRIE Adventure Day #2: Tony vs. the Zombies
The second day of our Valley City/Sheyenne River Valley adventuregot off to a great start. We were up and enjoying the hotels continental breakfast by 8:00 a.m., followed by a morning swim in the pool... Posted on 6/2/12 at 5:38 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Cities ask state lawmakers for flood protection funding
BISMARCKNorth Dakota cities struggling to pay for flood protection are asking state lawmakers for financial support.
In between legislative sessions, lawmakers are meeting to hear about water issues ... Posted on 10/10/11 at 4:27 PM
IT'S GOOD TO BE IN NORTH DAKOTA Go to Fort Ransom this weekend
The Sheyenne Valley Arts and Crafts Festival returns for its 44th year this weekend. This is an awesome festival and Fort Ransom isone of my favorites in all of North Dakota. Here's the details from t... Posted on 9/21/11 at 3:33 PM
FORT RANSOM, N.D. – A Fort Ransom woman charged with murder in the death of her 22-month-old son told authorities the boy hit his head as she was struggling with him to change his diaper, according to an affidavit filed today in Ransom County District Court.
Fort Ransom, ND (WDAY TV) -- Fort Ransom takes a step back in time with Sodbusters.The unique pioneer days display the innovations that revolutionized the American Farm including hand cranked ice cream.
Fort Ransom, ND (WDAY TV) - An unexpected crest prediction is taking its toll on people in the tiny town of Fort Ransom, North Dakota. This makes three floods in a row. Everyone in town thought they were sitting pretty this spring, that all changed Tuesday.
Ransom County, ND (WDAY TV) - While so many of us are breathing a sigh of relief following the weekend crest, some living south and west of here are battling ice jams and high water. The National Weather Service says the Sheyenne could go up to 19-and-a-half or 20-feet because of an ice jam at the Highway-32 Bridge. Lisbon is protected to 21-feet and for farmers and ranching preparing for calving season, a living is all hitched to the river levels falling.
Fort Ransom, ND (WDAY TV) - Power outages in October, that's what some people in Fort Ransom dealt with for half of the day. Thanks to about two inches of heavy, wet, slushy snow that fell over night, the small town is already feeling the fingertips of old man winter.
Fort Ransom, ND (WDAY TV) - It's a chance to take a few steps back in time, people who love the old way of life had a chance to see it in action at Sodbuster Days in Fort Ransom.
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