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Carrie Underwood final headliner for 2018 WE Fest
Sanford Health is new title sponsor for 2018 Fargo Marathon
UND exploring major overhaul of steam plant infrastructure
Weather Talk: Northward-flowing Red River is not weird at all
Transgender activist to hold Q&A session at NDSU
Come for the booze, stay for the food at these 5 local pubs
Beyond Running opens, to hold grand opening event later this month
Fargo's Downtown Community Partnership hires new president and CEO
Maximum Performance & Fitness expected to open WF location in December
Lululemon store is coming to West Acres
Commentary: Video: Anti-oil zealots shut down public hearing on Line Three Pipeline
Commentary: Poll: 42 percent of North Dakotans say they’re less likely to vote for Heitkamp if she opposes Trump tax plan
WORLD OF WINE: How to celebrate upcoming Champagne Day
Column: Public servants hostile to openness aren't worthy of public service
LOST ITALIAN: Butternut Bleu Cheese Sauce a go-to for fall dining
Bear trapped in Duluth tips scale at 605 pounds
Sophie's season: The Johnsons’ Brittany bounced back from a severe injury and still finds plenty of grouse and woodcock
Passing it on: Third generation of Hansen family outfitting canoeists for adventures in the Boundary Waters
Nursery News (8-16-17)
Young trapshooters from Grand Forks Gun Club make their mark on a national level
No. 1-ranked Packers cruise to victory to cap perfect regular season
Yankees seize AL lead with 5-0 win over Astros
Outgoing UND athletic director to be paid through January 2019
Young Packer girls cross country team ranked among best in state
Packers, Mustangs take football wins
FLIGHT LINES with AUDIO: Nomadic bird making a local showing
Confessions of a traveling rarity chaser
Duluth woman meets the German donor whose stem cells saved her life
Heart full of hope
Flowers in winter can brighten up the snowy blues
Home & Garden
Red River Valley Fair
To feed or not to feed
Flight Lines: The water giveth and it taketh away
The sometimes subtle clues birds leave, including tracks
Canadian bird heading back home for summer; Early spring means tree sparrows; Misnamed bird making an appearance
Oh the places I would go
Ione A. Johnson
Alvin H. Zaeske
Linda R. Rieniets
March 24, 2017
Proposed cuts to EPA could have local impact
BISMARCK — Environmental regulators in North Dakota worry that proposed cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency's budget could have...
March 24, 2017 - 7:54pm
March 23, 2017
Oil spill in creek originally underestimated, making it one of largest in ND history
BELFIELD, N.D.—An oil pipeline spill that contaminated a tributary of the Little Missouri River last December is now estimated to be three...
March 23, 2017 - 4:16pm
Bat-killing fungus expanding across Minnesota
ST. PAUL — White-nose syndrome has now killed bats in six counties in Minnesota, up from two last year, and probably has spread to virtually...
March 23, 2017 - 3:20pm
March 18, 2017
Outside Camp Ripley, pine trees and prairie stand sentinel
CAMP RIPLEY, Minn. — Two years ago, Minnesota lawmakers jump started efforts to keep the area around Minnesota's main military base green and...
March 18, 2017 - 4:30pm
March 16, 2017
Agencies get earful on mining ban
DULUTH — The federal agencies responsible for a proposed mining ban near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness got an earful Thursday...
March 16, 2017 - 9:26pm
March 15, 2017
Annual migration of cranes makes one of 'greatest sounds on earth'
KEARNEY, Neb.—They approached the sanctuary headquarters two hours before sunrise. Somewhere out there in the darkness, toward the river,...
March 15, 2017 - 6:46pm
Chippewa National Forest adds 40 acres on Leech Lake
BEMIDJI, Minn. — A total of 40 acres of land off Leech Lake is officially part of the Chippewa National Forest. The nonprofit Trust for...
March 15, 2017 - 5:28pm
March 10, 2017
Study finds small public wells in Minnesota have viruses, bacteria
ST. PAUL—Bacteria and viruses that could make people sick have been discovered in small public drinking water wells across the state, according to a report released Friday by the Minnesota Department of Health. The study, ordered by the state Legislature in 2014, found that,...
March 10, 2017 - 10:51pm
Deadly fungus taking toll on Minnesota bats
DULUTH, Minn.—The number of bats counted in the Soudan Underground Mine has dropped 70 percent due to white-nose syndrome, according to...
March 10, 2017 - 8:39pm
March 2, 2017
Pipeline spill affects waterway in McKenzie County
ARNEGARD, N.D. — State regulators are investigating a pipeline spill in McKenzie County in northwest North Dakota that contaminated an...
March 2, 2017 - 9:24pm
March 1, 2017
Scientists report why forests with more tree types grow better, faster
DULUTH, Minn.—It's been known for years that forests with lots of different tree species grow better and faster than forests with just...
March 1, 2017 - 9:29pm
February 27, 2017
North Dakota considers creating Department of Environmental Quality
BISMARCK, N.D. — The North Dakota government could grow by one department under a bill that has passed the state Senate. Senate Bill 2327 would take the current Department of Health Environmental Health Section and create a new Department of Environmental Quality. The agency...
February 27, 2017 - 10:00pm
February 26, 2017
Cook: Another kind of winter: dove, robin, cardinal
A few nights ago, two of us went for an evening walk about 700 miles south of our home in Duluth, Minn. We were there for a funeral and had...
February 26, 2017 - 9:15am
February 12, 2017
90 tribal representatives strategize in Duluth over pipeline battles
DULUTH, Minn.—LaDonna Brave Bull Allard founded Sacred Stone, the first resistance camp formed to oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline near...
February 12, 2017 - 8:42pm
February 10, 2017
Tribal summit in Duluth will target pipelines
DULUTH — About 70 representatives of Native American tribes in Canada, the Great Lakes region and North Dakota plan to gather in Duluth...
February 10, 2017 - 6:33pm