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'This magical life:' Sandy Buttweiler leaving local radio after 35 years
Moorhead passes 'Inclusive Community' resolution
Moorhead hires a Fargo official as assistant city manager
National anthem tradition at pro games started in big way 99 years ago
Teen bicyclist struck, killed by car in Fargo was hit deliberately by vehicle in 2014, parents say
40 years later, downtown Fargo's pioneer of nightlife gets his day
Content with its content: Minnesota Public Radio celebrates 50th anniversary with events in Moorhead
Women's clothing boutique Laurie's moves west to new Fargo storefront
Top 10 attractions college students should check out in Fargo-Moorhead
Fargo native opens children's clothing boutique in south Fargo
Port: Chancellor Hagerott's allegations of political chicanery don't pass the smell test
Mike Jacobs: Trouble bubbles up in ND higher ed
BROST: Add bean dips to your football fare
Port: Did Obamacare's Medicaid expansion contribute to North Dakota's opioid crisis?
PARENTING PERSPECTIVES: Our reporter is embedded deep in the War on Bedtime. Here's the latest from the front lines.
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
Brad Dokken: New border crossing system goes online in Northwest Angle
ALWAYS IN SEASON/ Mike Jacobs: Hummingbirds appear in the garden
Former Bison Braun signs NBA contract with Utah
UND football team hopes player-only meeting is step in the right direction
Sam Cook: Damp weather, lots of foliage slow grouse opener
Ground game is suddenly UND's enemy
Former Davies, NDSU athlete Scheel wins men's Wild Hog Marathon in Grand Forks
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
Gardening for seniors
Home & Garden
Red River Valley Fair
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
Assessing nature not always clear-cut
Bernice B. Schmidt
Vicki L. Scott
Marlene M. Weippert
September 2, 2017
Drainage water management tour set for Sept. 6
MOORHEAD — A drainage water management tour is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 6, with the bus leaving the Courtyard by Marriott at 11 a.m. The tour will stop at the Manston Slough Water Resource Management Project in Manston Township, Minn., Nordick Farm in Wilkin County, Minn.,...
September 2, 2017 - 12:36pm
August 25, 2017
Unions condemn pipeline protests: Protesters’ action stops Line 3 work again Friday
DULUTH — Local unions condemned protesters Friday after people identifying themselves as water protectors temporarily shut down construction on a segment of the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline replacement in Wisconsin for a second time this week. The latest work shutdown came near...
August 25, 2017 - 7:45pm
August 4, 2017
Early indications are farmers like Trump ag actions
REDWOOD FALLS, Minn. — Many, if not most, farmers say they like what they have seen so far in how President Donald Trump deals with agriculture....
August 4, 2017 - 2:06pm
July 20, 2017
West Fargo water to be shut off on section of Fifth Street West near 29th Avenue West
WEST FARGO – City crews will shut off water from 8 a.m. to noon Friday, July 21, on a section of Fifth Street West near 29th Avenue West. Those crews will be working on underground utilities in the area and will try to do so in the shortest possible time. In preparation for the...
July 20, 2017 - 6:46pm
July 13, 2017
Groundwater concerns floated as Wisconsin reduces well regulations
NEW RICHMOND, Wis. — Owners of wells that pump more than 100,000 gallons of water a day are no longer subject to Wisconsin Department...
July 13, 2017 - 10:11am
June 28, 2017
Popular central Minnesota lakes near 'tipping points' for water quality
SPICER — The waters of Games Lake and Lake Andrew are still clear enough for swimmers to see their toes when they wade into them, or for...
June 28, 2017 - 3:11pm
June 25, 2017
Interest grows in ND canal water for irrigation
Duane DeKrey, who directs the Garrison Diversion Unit, is becoming increasingly frustrated by the fact that it's only now that the full promise...
June 25, 2017 - 7:02am
June 13, 2017
SD legislators reopen submerged farmland in northeast corner to fishing again
PIERRE, S.D. — The South Dakota Legislature passed a compromise bill designed to reopen some submerged farmland to fishing in the northeast...
June 13, 2017 - 7:22pm
May 23, 2017
New standards lead to groundwater advisory in Bemidji, suburbs east of St. Paul
BEMIDJI—Bemidji and a handful of east of St. Paul put interim water safety measures in place after the Minnesota Department of Health adopted stricter standards, but city leaders stress that water here is safe to drink. The Health Department on Tuesday, May 23, unveiled new...
May 23, 2017 - 8:37pm
Large strides expected for water projects
BISMARCK — State projects of all kinds will be fighting over a shrinking pot of money, but progress in meeting water needs is expected...
May 23, 2017 - 11:50am
May 19, 2017
After finding mouse in supply, Glen Ullin's water declared safe
GLEN ULLIN, N.D. — Any trace of the dead mouse that turned up in Glen Ullin's water storage tank Monday has been eradicated and the town's drinking water declared safe to drink. Greg Wavra, drinking water program manager for the North Dakota Department of Health, said a boil...
May 19, 2017 - 7:34pm
March 16, 2017
Fargo, Grand Forks officials pitch water projects to lawmakers
BISMARCK — Elected officials from Red River Valley cities and across North Dakota made their pitch for water project funding during a state...
March 16, 2017 - 6:28pm
March 12, 2017
Combating frozen pipes with ND-invented product
LINCOLN, N.D. — Tom Hayes, of Lincoln, got the idea for Hydrant Buddy while laid up recovering from back surgery. It was a particularly...
March 12, 2017 - 5:13pm
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
February 23, 2017
No flooding expected for mighty Missouri River
MITCHELL, S.D — After unseasonably warm temperatures in February melted much of the snow in the Dakotas, experts don't expect the Missouri...
February 23, 2017 - 5:12pm