THE NEW FORTY The trailer's new home...
My NDSU office was in Minard Hall in 2009. Then there was a partial structural collapse of the building in late December 2009 on the side of the building that my department's offices were located. We ... Posted on 8/22/13 at 9:02 PM
THE VIEW FROM THE EDGE OF TOWN The View From The Edge of Fargo
I have decided to take my "View From The Edge" to other locales from time to time.
This time I'm on the edge of Fargo,North Dakota.
My wife and I had a long weekend in Fargo visiting family and frie... Posted on 9/4/12 at 2:54 PM
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 5:38 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 8:50 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 12:09 AM
Donations will keep local food pantries stocked for six to seven months
Area students saw their efforts to feed the hungry come to fruition Tuesday on the Fargodome floor, as the annual Fill the Dome event came to a celebratory end.
WYNDMERE, N.D. – Brock Wieber rushed for 135 yards and three touchdowns as Wyndmere-Lidgerwood defeated New Rockford-Sheyenne 52-12 in the first round of the North Dakota 9-man state football playoffs Saturday.
VALLEY CITY, N.D. – U.S. Sen. Kent Conrad gave residents here a sobering assessment: Wetlands restoration “doesn’t come close” to solving a feared spillover of Devils Lake that would flood the Sheyenne River.
BISMARCK – Part of the Sheyenne River that has been used to drain floodwaters from Devils Lake would have too much sulfate to be used for municipal drinking water under rules the state Health Department is proposing.
Dale Wetzel, Associated Press Writer
, January 02, 2010
Valley City residents want outlet impact study
VALLEY CITY, N.D. – Hundreds of residents here are begging state officials to quit using the Devils Lake outlet until more is known about its environmental impacts on the Sheyenne River.
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