RED RIVER KART CLUB Save Some Time
Save some time at the sign-in table at the races in Crookston by printing and signing the waiver paperwork below. The Red River Valley Shows facility requires this paperwork for EVERY DRIVER participa... Posted on 12/9/13 at 6:44 PM
COMPASS POINTS: NEWS FROM THE GREAT OUTDOORS WITH HERALD OUTDOOR WRITER BRAD DOKKEN N.D. Game and Fish postpones Tuesday night meeting in Minto until Dec. 9
With a winter storm in the forecast, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department has decided to postpone the Advisory Board meeting scheduled for tomorrow night in Minto, N.D., until next Monday night, ... Posted on 12/2/13 at 10:20 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Rural Reflections Radio
Here is this week's Rural Reflections Radio program, It just ain't October... Posted on 10/17/13 at 5:58 AM
NIE ROCKS! Red River Valley History - coming Friday, Oct. 11
I am pleased to tell you about a Newspapers in Education supplement called Red River Valley History coming Friday, October 11 in copies of both the Grand Forks Herald and The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead.
... Posted on 10/9/13 at 7:34 AM
FARGO-MOORHEAD CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU Taste of Fargo-Moorhead: Red River Valley Fair
One good reason to make a trip to the Red River Valley Fair? Nope, not the rides (although those are good too)...the FOOD.
Yesterday, some of the Fargo-Moorhead Convention & Visitors Bureau staff... Posted on 7/11/13 at 8:44 AM
Winters in Red River Valley harshest
An entire winter’s worth of snow fell last month, the sun still can’t manage to work a full 8-to-5 shift, the year’s most bone-chilling days loom ahead, the roads are perpetually slick as a car salesman, and when all this finally lifts, pretty much every area river is ripe to bust its banks.
Imagine what our ancestors saw when they first arrived in the 1800s. A Red River Valley so beautiful and full of promise that settlers moved forward each day building a future, not just for themselves, but for generations to come.
More than 1,000 people in Red River Valley currently seeking help paying rent
Remnants of a struggling economy continue to show in the Red River Valley through years-long waiting lists for more than a thousand people seeking low-income housing assistance.
It’s always risky to assume the bins will be bursting from a bumper harvest this summer and fall. But early assessments of crop progress in the Red River Valley and beyond are finding very good early season conditions for most crops.
Some of the northern Red River Valley’s crops are suffering from wet feet, but so far, farmers in much of the area are watching and working to help the crop run toward a finish that is weeks or months away.
Mikkel Pates, Forum Communications Co.
, June 28, 2010
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