PRAIRIE BUSINESS February issue now online
One of my first assignments after joining this magazine was to attend the lavish groundbreaking celebration for Sanfords Fargo Medical Center. (See"Sanford begins building Fargo medical center")
It w... Posted on 2/4/15 at 3:29 PM
STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Snow Matters
The winter of 2011-2012 was the warmest on record in Fargo Moorhead. It was nearly 10 degrees above the current 30 year average.
There is no doubt that the overall pattern last winter was a mild one.... Posted on 11/19/12 at 10:45 AM
CENTER,N.D. — Dale Barth was changing a tire on his pickup when, as he says, “Kapow!”
That comic-book action word doesn’t describe the damage done to Barth’s right hand, now stabilized with 38 pins and a brace and only beginning to heal a month after the tire blew while he was airing it up on the rim.
Jon Rask is spending three months in Antarctica as part of his work with NASA. Rask says he is operating the South Pole Food Growth Chamber, which grows and produces food for the crews working in the South Pole.
About 150 locked-out American Crystal Sugar workers and supporters rallied in the North Dakota Capitol's Great Hall today, urging legislators meeting in special session to bring them into the state's unemployment insurance program. The lawmakers declined.
More than 100 American Crystal Sugar Co. workers and their supporters rallied at the North Dakota Capitol today. They want the North Dakota Legislature to allow the workers to be paid unemployment benefits.
BISMARCK — Recreational boaters are back and the fish are biting in the upper reaches of the Missouri River system. Hundreds of miles downstream, fully laden barges are again plying the Big Muddy without worry of hitting bottom.
By James MacPherson, The Associated Press
August 02, 2010
BISMARCK – In his 60 years on the farm, Milton Sovo Jr. has raised everything from peanuts and wheat to cattle and horses in southwestern Oklahoma. At about 1,100 acres, his spread is about triple the size of the typical U.S. farm.
By Blake Nicholson, Associated Press Writer
January 18, 2010
BISMARCK – Booming oil activity in western North Dakota in recent years has boosted the state’s economy. But it might be to blame for the introduction of an invasive weed that can poison livestock and wildlife.
Blake Nicholson, Associated Press Writer
January 11, 2010
The National Weather Service said it had reports of 2 inches of snow on the ground in Bowman at midafternoon. Forecasters expected an inch or two in the Dickinson area, with up to an inch overnight in Bismarck. Overnight lows were expected to drop into the upper 20s in the far-western part of the state.
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