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For the Farmer: Technology and the Crazy Spring of '22

By Charlie Adams on June 28, 2022
This spring presented a complete array of challenges for farmers. Often when weather conditions shorten the timeline for adequate spring’s work, a farmer has to decide what stays and what goes. However, technology has helped to make things easier for farmers when the going gets tough. Farmers Edge is a digital agriculture company that not […]

Perry, Georgia-National Junior High Rodeo Finals

By Tisa Peek on June 28, 2022
Spending an entire week in Perry, Georgia with temperatures reaching 110 degrees, I learned a lot about what the country thinks and knows about North Dakota. We could take it two ways, good or surprised. Most states in the U.S. have no clue of where ND is located, where their bread comes from, or anything […]

Automatic Recount Out in District 3

By Kim Fundingsland on June 27, 2022
MINOT — Every vote cast in an election counts. When it comes to election recounts, even fractions count. That's what the Ward Counting Canvassing Board discovered Monday when they met to certify the results of the June 14 primary election. The closest race, and the one that has received a lot of attention, was for […]

Minot Teen Performs Her Way to Scholarship

By Lydia Hoverson on June 27, 2022
BISMARCK — A Minot teen recently won a scholarship through a high school performance competition in Bismarck called "Battle of the Bands". Though facing five other competitors with a variety of performances, Central High student Madie Roberts, 15, youngest performer at the competition, won the show with her three original songs she played on guitar […]

Off Grid Cooking: The Wonder Box

By Charlene Nelson on June 27, 2022
Here's another cool off-grid cooking method you may want to try: the Wonder Box. Here is simplicity and genius at it's best. The Wonder Box is basically a slow-cooker that works by heat retention. It was developed in the 60's to help families in third world countries cook with very little fuel and this fuel-saving […]

Upside Down Under: Ghosts of North Dakota past…

By Marvin Baker on June 26, 2022
I have a North Dakota map from the 1950s and I was looking at it to see if any highways have changed. Then I got a little curious about several small towns in Cavalier County that either no longer exist or are hanging on by a thread. Alsen, Calio, Clyde, Hannah, Wales, Loma, Nekoma, Easby, […]

Bluegrass in the Trees

By Kim Fundingsland on June 26, 2022
CENTER — The rustle of leaves in tall cottonwood trees complimented dancing feet, all in tune with the rhythmic beat of an assortment of entertaining bluegrass music. Welcome to the Missouri River Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival at Cross Ranch State Park. “The setting is the most beautiful part of it all, among the […]

Northern Celebrations: Train now; train smart 

By Patricia Stockdill on June 25, 2022
We’re just into the early days of summer’s official arrival but grouse season is right around the corner with its tentative Sept. 10 opening date. Don’t blink, because the state’s resident waterfowl season is – once again tentative – slated to follow beginning Sept. 24. And, of course, then it’s the revered (and, yes, still […]

Making a Difference: Minot Area Community Foundation

By Lydia Hoverson on June 25, 2022
MINOT — Matching donors to the charity they’re passionate about has been a part of the Minot Area Community Foundation’s mission for the past 24 years. Jason Zimmerman, president, described the organization as mostly an endowment system. “It was a group of community leaders that wanted to create an opportunity for people to endow gifts […]

South Prairie State Champions – Again

By Kim Fundingsland on June 25, 2022
HORACE — They made a bold statement at the start and kept it going until the last clay was broken. Make it consecutive Clay Target State Championships for South Prairie High School. All eyes were on defending state champion South Prairie from the time they arrived at the Shooting Park for the 2022 North Dakota […]
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