STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER June 50s
After two days with temperatures in the 90s earlier this week, the temperatures thereafter cooled off dramatically. But the cool temperatures were no where near what we experienced two years ago. From... Posted on 6/10/11 at 4:10 AM
No-till cropping systems, the future and economy of agriculture and how to farm with family are a few of the topics that will be discussed at the 14th Annual Diversity, Direction and Dollars Agricultural Forum to be held Jan. 5 in Dickinson.
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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