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Hortiscope provides answers to ag questions

November 23, 2012 Q: I am working on the scale insects on my orange tree. I have been using Bonide systemic for four weeks and also cleaning off the new scales. more »»

Farm Bureau holds annual meeting

November 2, 2012 The Pierce County Farm Bureau met for its annual meeting on Oct. more »»

Dairy Focus: Shrink feed shrinkage

November 2, 2012 On most dairies, feed costs will represent the largest single expense. With escalating feed prices, feed is eating up what otherwise could be pretty good milk prices. more »»

Prairie Fare: Snacking can fill nutrition gaps

November 2, 2012 About midmorning, I sometimes find myself a little low in energy, so I rob my lunch bag. I eat the yogurt, crackers or piece of fruit. Sometimes I eat all of the ready-to-eat foods. more »»

NDSU Extension assessing food, gas price trends

November 2, 2012 Food, gas and housing prices are impacting consumers across North Dakota. The North Dakota State University Extension Service has begun a 16-month effort to assess those impacts. more »»


October 20, 2012 Thursday, Oct. 14, 1937 Apportionment checks totaling $280,000 are being distributed to North Dakota counties for highway aid by the state treasurer’s office. more »»


October 14, 2012 Thursday, Oct. 7, 1937 With a total of 302 in the grades and 220 in high school, the enrollment has reached 522, a new high. more »»


October 13, 2012 Thursday, Sept. more »»

Are you ready?

October 5, 2012 The health, safety, and security of every citizen in North Dakota is a top concern of the North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) and all of the local public health units across the state. more »»

Never too old to fly, Mildred Nelson still flying at 97

September 16, 2012 (Editor’s Note: The following story is a newspaper reprint brought in by friends and family member. more »»

Rugby transplant enjoys what city has to offer

September 16, 2012 A transplant to Rugby, Sandy Mongeon enjoys what this small rural city has to offer. She has lived in Rugby for the past 3 years. more »»


September 16, 2012 Thursday, Sept. more »»


August 20, 2012 Thursday, August 19, 1937 Gerald Lampson was unusually surprised as victim of a “baby shower” when members of the F.F.A. more »»

NDSU offers tips on how turfgrass can survive a drought

August 17, 2012 The scorching temperatures and lack of any significant rainfall have taken a toll on most lawns in upper Midwest landscapes. more »»

BeefTalk: Tough decisions but cattle must pay for themselves

August 17, 2012 The weather continues to make life interesting. I am tempted to say the weather makes life difficult. more »»

NDFU donates to cattle shooting reward fund

August 17, 2012   In response to the recent cattle shooting in Oliver County, the Board of Directors for North Dakota Farmers Union, Farmers Union Service Association and Farmers Union Mutual Insurance have voted t... more »»


August 16, 2012 Thursday, August 5, 1937 At a recent school board meeting it was decided that there will be no addition built to the south side school this year. more »»


July 31, 2012 Thursday, July 29, 1937 As we go to press it appears that the long debated swimming pool project for the cit has been finally agreed upon, and that active steps will be taken immediately toward the... more »»


July 9, 2012 Thursday, July 8, 1937 Work on the street surfacing job here was held up temporarily because a supply of oil had not arrived, but was resumed last weekend and it is expected that work will be... more »»

HAMC Auxiliary donates 50 wheelchairs

November 4, 2011 The Heart of America Medical Center Auxiliary recently donated 50 wheelchairs to HAMC’s Long Term Care Unit, amounting to over $13,000 worth of new wheelchairs. more »»



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