The Agriculture Department says North Dakota farmers have made progress in the fields but more warm, dry weather is needed. The latest weekly crop report says cool, wet weather has delayed planting and seed germination. The report says spring wheat is 13 percent seeded, nearly three weeks behind the average.
The Northern Plains Potato Growers Association based in East Grand Forks is moving its irrigated potato research farm from south-central North Dakota to next to the Hutterite colony near Fordville, N.D.
Pembina lunch counter serves home-cooked fare to flood fighters If anybody volunteered to walk the dikes in Pembina, N.D., as a way to shed some of those winter pounds, they better be marching right past the High Water Cafe.
Tree sculpture of grizzly turns heads in Grafton The commotion began last Tuesday, when Walter Keller, a chainsaw carver from rural Elma, Man., set up some scaffolding and started transforming the trunk of a century-old elm tree into a work of art.
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