LOST ON THE PRAIRIE: WE'RE OFF ON OUR NORTH DAKOTA SUMMER ADVENTURE! Adventure Day #2: Tony vs. the Zombies
The second day of our Valley City/Sheyenne River Valley adventuregot off to a great start. We were up and enjoying the hotels continental breakfast by 8:00 a.m., followed by a morning swim in the pool... Posted on 6/2/12 at 6:38 PM
THE AREAVOICES EXTREME WEATHER BLOG Remember -just look *up!*
Remember to look *up!*It's 7:14 in the morning as I drink my coffee outside. I'm 10 miles north of Valley City on my prairie meadow hill overlooking the vast Sheyenne River Valley. The weather is anyt... Posted on 11/28/11 at 9:50 AM
THE RACING LIFE Bumper To Bumper
Some close racing action tonight at Sheyenne River Speedway in Lisbon, ND!
... Posted on 8/1/11 at 1:09 AM
WILDWINGS Psst, can we talk?
Let me vent briefly.
There are any number of laws, statutes, and regulations in our liveswhich go not only unheeded, but unenforced. How about speeding? Yeah, we nearly all do it to some degree. Ever... Posted on 4/15/11 at 5:21 AM
THE VIEW FROM THE EDGE OF TOWN the North Bridge
If It Doesn’t Kill You, It Makes You Stronger!
But it still might hurt a bit.
The Sheyenne River that meanders through Lisbon was the source of untold adventures for me and my best friends as we... Posted on 9/3/09 at 6:51 AM
State moves forward with 3-pronged plan while waiting for recommendations
North Dakota officials still eagerly await recommendations from a federal task force on how to prevent Devils Lake from spilling into the Sheyenne River.
A federal working group says it needs more time to finish a report expected Monday on possible solutions to Devils Lake, N.D., flooding.
The report’s release was delayed when the Environmental Protection Agency announced Friday that it was adjusting water quality standards on the upper Sheyenne River.
As an aquatic biologist who has worked for more than 10 years sampling and identifying organisms from North Dakota waters, I am concerned about the push by Devils Lake officials for an east-end outlet.
Larry Wacha said he waited months for West Fargo officials to restore his property to its original condition after it sustained flood damage he believes was caused by city-backed construction and development projects in the area near his home off 32nd Avenue South by the Sheyenne River.
September deadline put in place to establish a plan of action to deal with flooding
DEVILS LAKE – A federal interagency working group will begin visiting the Devils Lake Basin next week to talk with people in an effort to meet a September deadline for a plan of action to deal with the chronic flooding and threat of an uncontrolled spill to the Sheyenne River.
Kevin Bonham, Forum Communications Co.
, July 09, 2010
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