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EDGELEY

In 2018, news outlets across the country shared Hanson's photo of cows forming the shape of a cross. And in 2017, a message about standing for the national anthem led to a supportive tweet from President Donald Trump.
EDGELEY, N.D.--The Brandenburg family east of Edgeley is working to stay bullish on the future their farm, regardless of tough planting and price challenges. Kurt Brandenburg, 59, his son-in-law, Chris Brummond, 36, and son, Kyle Brandenburg, 30,...
EDGELEY, N.D. -- It's like something right out of the movies: a marriage proposal you can only see from the sky. Farm field artist Gene Hanson had the chance to help out his grandson, Jaden Wirrenga of Fargo, propose to his girlfriend, Brooke Bes...
EDGELEY, ND - Just as North Dakota Congressman Kevin Cramer and 17 other lawmakers send a letter of recommendation for President Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize, a North Dakota farmer is sending his own message to the sky.Gene Hanson is known for...

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A fire at the CHS Feed Plant at Edgeley Wednesday didn't cause any structural damage, according to Steve Powers, Edgeley fire chief and mayor. The fire was reported at about 8 a.m. Units of the Edgeley Fire Department were on the scene until abou...
EDGELEY, N.D. -- Teams from several counties took top honors at the 4-H Archery Indoor Championships held recently in Edgeley, N.D. This event is the culmination of five indoor matches across North Dakota beginning in Bismarck in January. Other m...
EDGELEY, N.D. -- The identities of a man who died and another who was injured in a crash between an SUV and a loaded semi near here last week were released Tuesday, Nov. 14, by the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
LAMOURE COUNTY, N.D. -- A 79-year-old Monango, N.D., man died after his vehicle was struck by a semi hauling corn 6 miles northeast of Edgeley. Sgt. Matthew Denault with the North Dakota Highway Patrol said in a news release that the fatal crash ...
It all started with a memorial tribute to Prince. Retired farmer Gene Hanson of Edgeley, N.D., got worldwide attention for his "field art." But as WDAY's Kevin Wallevand reports, Hanson's not done yet.
Edgeley, ND (WDAY/WDAZ TV) - In what's usually deemed a "red state" - support is coming out for the Democrats. You could say Gene Hanson of Edgeley is feeling the Bern. He drew this into a field by his house with his vintage tractor. Gene says wh...

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EDGELEY, N.D. -- An $80 million dairy operation could start construction later this summer if permits from the state's health department and water commission can be secured.
North Dakota's annual collection of unusable pesticides, Project Safe Send, will be conducted at various locations throughout the state in July. Pesticides include herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and rodenticides. The collections are from 9 a.m.

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