STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Memorable Early October Snow
On October 7, 1985, the Fargo Moorhead area just missed out on a major early season snowstorm. Grand Forks got six inches from the storm, Roseau received eight inches, and Langdon got ten inches. The ... Posted on 10/2/14 at 1:00 AM
FARM BLEAT Sheds, shells and solitude
With the sun shining and just a hint of wind Sunday afternoon, I eagerly headed out to the family farm. There were no deadlines to meet, no demands on my time, nothing on my schedule. It was my time, ... Posted on 3/24/14 at 6:38 PM
AMY'S RANCH SLANTS Bringing in 2011 the SMC Way
One of the best ways to bring in a New Year is to spend it at a place you love or celebrate it in a way you enjoy. Or go all out and do both.
This year my family and I brought in the New Year at St... Posted on 1/12/11 at 12:38 AM
EVERYDAY GOURMET Last minute menu planning????
Just in case any of you are changing your travel plans and have some last minute menu planning to do, be sure to checkout a few of these quick and easy recipes; Butternut squash and apple soup, mini ... Posted on 11/24/10 at 1:37 PM
WASHINGTON — After incurring an estimated $8 million in expenses stemming from snowstorms that crippled much of the state in late December and early January, Nebraska officials received word Thursday that the federal government will assist the recovery.
ST. PAUL — A July 30 wind storm strong enough to bend flag poles in Madison and topple trees on a path through five west central counties has led to the designation of the counties as an agriculture disaster area.
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