FARGO SCHOOL TALK Davies world language students spring into action
March was National Foreign Languages Month. In recognition, the Davies World Language Department organized a school-wide fundraiser to raise money for Heifer International.
For more than 65 years, ... Posted on 3/30/12 at 11:55 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Slime, Blood, Fur, Feathers
My alarm woke me up earlier than I was used to, but on this day I needed to wake up with the fishes to check out the local fish market. Live eels, snakes, frogs, fowl, and much more, the wet market--a... Posted on 3/24/12 at 9:04 AM
FARGO CASS PUBLIC HEALTH Blue-Green Algae Bloom Advisory
The North Dakota Department of Health in conjunction with the Department of Agriculture, Animal Health Division, are advising North Dakotans to avoid contact with or swallowing blue-green algae, also ... Posted on 8/3/11 at 1:06 PM
THE FARM BLEAT Red-faced over A.I. definition
At least one night a week I get to serve as proofreader at the Daily Globe. It isn't every page I proof - basically it's the front page, region and tri-state pages, business and nation/world news page... Posted on 12/16/10 at 10:00 PM
NDSU EXTENSION SERVICE BeefTalk: Is source and age verification worth the effort?
By Kris Ringwall, Beef Specialist
NDSU Extension Service
A common marketing claim is the source and age verification of calves. As producers gather cattle to go to market, they have the option to pro... Posted on 10/29/10 at 2:19 PM
HANKINSON, N.D. (AP) — A man who contributed to a reward pool for a cattle killer in North Dakota says he's hoping donations will balloon like the vacation fund for a bullied bus monitor in upstate New York.
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.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — After burning through $1 million in savings and seeing no end to their losses, dairy farmers Jake and Lori Slegers figured they didn't have much choice — they had to kill the cows.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Friday is the last day for ranchers to apply for disaster relief money from the North Dakota Stockmen's Association and the North Dakota Stockmen's Foundation.
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