RED RIVER KART CLUB First Race Of The Winter Season Postponed
Due to the very cold weather in the forecast for Saturday, we are postponing the first race to Saturday, December 21. Same start time.
... Posted on 12/2/13 at 4:29 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
FATHER KNOWS LAST My Running Friends
What do you do when you get together with your friends? Do you eat and drink? Do you celebrate life events like birthdays, marriages, and the joy of children? Do you discuss politics and religion? ... Posted on 10/14/13 at 2:21 PM
DOING IT DOWNTOWN Downtown Fargo offers exercise for all
Jessica Jasperson, MSUM Mass Communications and English
Fargo, N.D. Exercise trends may fizzle out, but downtown Fargos exercise scene is persevering.
With so many exercise options, it can be har... Posted on 10/11/13 at 6:48 AM
FARGO – A team of 10 AmeriCorps volunteers logged six weeks of cleaning alongside the Red River last summer.
They cleared flood debris, removed dead and diseased trees and kept invasive buckthorn at bay.
HICKSON, N.D. - Lillian Johnson’s home here offers a window into the family’s roots spanning three centuries along the Red River.
Those roots, like those of other families in this town 15 miles south of Fargo, would be washed away if the proposed Red River diversion is ever built.
Red River forecast sees few changes
The latest spring flood outlook released Thursday by the National Weather Service brought more bad news for Devils Lake and minor changes for those living along the Red River and its tributaries.
The North Dakota Department of Agriculture says it will continue to monitor three pesticides found last year in the Red River in concentrations approaching at-risk levels for fish and other aquatic life to see if the results repeat themselves.
Small city south of Fargo taking no chances, begins preparing early
Oxbow Mayor Jim Nyhof says if his city wants to prove it should be protected by the Red River diversion, it will first have to successfully fight an expected flood this spring.
City united in opposition to current plan
HICKSON, N.D. – Whether Oxbow residents stand their ground and fight the current diversion plan or demand buyouts for the entire city, Mayor Jim Nyhof said they need to do it together.
Fargo forecast predicts 20 to 25 percent chance levels will reach or exceed 2009’s crest
The chances for another record-breaking flood in Fargo-Moorhead deepened Tuesday when the National Weather Service announced its latest spring flood outlook.
But future study could lead to western options
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will move forward with an eastern alignment of the proposed Fargo-Moorhead diversion, but a path 1½ miles to the west is not off the table.
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