STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT WITH AGWEEK REPORTER JONATHAN KNUTSON Dead cattle and platitudes
Having grown up with beef cattle, I can say from personal experience that watching cattle die -- and burning their bodies afterward -- is difficult.
But I never had to deal with cattle deaths at anyw... Posted on 10/24/13 at 2:39 PM
STORM TRACKER The Plunge
The average temperature in August is roughly 70 degrees, in September that fell to near 60 degrees and this month the average temperature plunges into the middle 40s. In November the average tempera... Posted on 10/10/13 at 7:47 AM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Bridge Vibration: Can a bridge bounce?
To start off this terminology page under the word Bridge Vibration, there is a story that is connected with this bridge. The Lackawaxen Suspension Bridge was built in 1849 by Russell Lord and John R... Posted on 9/30/13 at 6:48 AM
SIOUX FOOTBALL INSIDER SDSU Monday Morning Review
UND lost 35-28 on Saturday night in what turned out to be one heck of a college football game. UND was down as much as 28-7 at one point in the third quarter but stormed back and actually had a chance... Posted on 9/9/13 at 9:59 AM
AMIDON, N.D. — Some ranchers and others in southwestern North Dakota are sending a bit of holiday cheer to their counterparts in northwestern South Dakota who are recovering from a devastating early October blizzard.
SPEARFISH, S.D. — A school district in the Black Hills of South Dakota is experiencing triple-digit growth in the number of students, partly because of new families who came because of jobs in the North Dakota Oil Patch.
PIERRE, S.D. – Sometimes, during high water, the Missouri River will carve away one of its banks like an old man turning out his pockets to bring things to light – scrapers and hoes, and squash knives made of bison bone, 19th century toy horses made of pewter or cast iron.
Study highlights need to strive for healthier lifestyles, public health experts say
FARGO – The gap between the healthy life expectancy of men and women is greater in North Dakota and South Dakota than all other states.
Began in 1867 as a loophole in a ban against dancing
AGENCY VILLAGE, S.D. – Gabriel Renville was an Army scout who knew something about how to navigate the rapidly changing world around him on the Lake Traverse Reservation.
FARGO – Spring in the Red River Valley suffered another cold and snowy setback Thursday as 2 to 10 inches of wet flakes fell on the northern edge of a more serious winter storm that continued to pound eastern South Dakota and much of southern Minnesota.
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