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Jury sent home in West Fargo teacher trial
Teacher of the Year honors go to South Elementary phys ed instructor
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Knodel, wife take stand in West Fargo teacher-student sex trial
Police chase yields one arrest, one still at large
New Harley Davidson store will open Tuesday
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Lee: Legislative session wrapping up
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Omdahl: Becoming a nation of political spectators
Koppelman: "Laws and Sausage"
Letter: Thanks for helping make Chuck-It Dodgeball a success
AARP North Dakota seeking nominations for 2015 Andrus Award for Community Service
Sandvig earns Eagle Scout award
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Still on the green: Former West Fargo golfer continues success in college
West Fargo cheerleader wins awards
Sticking it to cancer: West Fargo rallies around teen with aggressive form of cancer
Athlete spotlight: Faiman and Johnson
West Fargo hires Berogan, Fynboh as wrestling co-head coaches
Flight Lines: American crow couple familiar
Home and Garden: With spring finally here, it's time to garden
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October 22, 2009
Double down for pheasants during opener in Minnesota
This year's pheasant opener was unique in a number of ways. It was the first time I had opened the season somewhere other than North Dakota, with kickoff usually held at my grandmother's farm near Watford City, N.D. in the company of my dad, brother, uncle and cousins. The hunting...
October 22, 2009 - 12:00am
October 8, 2009
Low pheasant numbers raise questions as to why counts are down
All signs point to a tougher pheasant season this year. Crowing counts and roadside observations show a general down trend in pheasant numbers throughout their range in the upper Midwest, particularly the northern fringes of that range. In-the-field reports from many hunters during...
October 8, 2009 - 10:46am
September 24, 2009
Journey to bow hunting, the shot that cannot be practiced
I had saved every check from writing these columns and all the money I had received from my birthday and holiday gifts in one of my favorite outdoor books. By April, I had $973.25 socked away in the pages of Bill Heavy's latest compilation. This money was accumulated over eight months...
September 24, 2009 - 12:00am
September 10, 2009
Aquatic Nuisance Species spreading causing problems
It's been a rough summer; I could be complaining about the weather, but that matter is trivial in comparison to the recent reports showing that aquatic invaders, commonly grouped under the term Aquatic Nuisance Species (ANS), continue to forge ahead into new territories. Month by...
September 10, 2009 - 12:00am
August 13, 2009
August time for bulkier bats, aggressive tactics
Everything gets bigger in August - particularly the servings of food we encounter - 16-ounce T-bones are on sale and perfect for the grill. The block party barbeque is loaded with jumbo wild rice brats and gallons of coleslaw and potato salad. County fairs and country music festivals...
August 13, 2009 - 12:00am
July 30, 2009
No kidding, it's time to prep for hunting
An annual joke between my wife and I begins round about Sunday on Memorial Day weekend, when I start telling her "summer is just about over." A quick glare or a jab to the shoulder gets me chuckling. From that point on, I say it after any nice weekend on the lake, and particularly...
July 30, 2009 - 9:40am
July 16, 2009
Rock the docks with thrill of bass fishing
A great summer pastime for many people is the attendance of open air concerts, from a battle of the bands contest at the county fair, to the raucous campsite echo of WE Fest, to the hard charging 80's covers done by Hairball, this season is a rocking good time, with an edge and a...
July 16, 2009 - 12:00am