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Friday, August 29, 2014
Amanda Curtis, the Democratic candidate for Montana’s open U.S. Senate seat, talked about lower interest rates on student loans, support for Indian Country and assistance for veterans during a campaign stop on the University of Montana campus Thursday afternoon.
So far, the 2014 wildfire season in Montana has been defined more by what hasn’t happened than by what has.
Alisha Wayne remembers the surprise of being detained by a police officer at Beverly Hills municipal court immediately after pleading guilty to two traffic tickets one night in September 2012.
Monday, August 04, 2014
REDWOOD FALLS, Minn. – A southwest Minnesota cooperative has found good manufacturing success through building products that meet their own stringent criteria.
Sunday, August 03, 2014
LANGDON, N.D. – The Langdon Research Extension Center was established in 1909, five years before the birth of the Extension Service, and had a very interesting beginning, according to a centennial booklet that was put together by Randy Mehlhoff, current director of the LREC.
Saturday, August 02, 2014
Friday, August 01, 2014
FROID, Mont. – New pheromone traps for the orange wheat blossom midge (OWBM) are proving that the midge has spread in large numbers into areas that it has not been previously documented.
SIOUX CITY | With the opening of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City, Missouri River Historical Development's share of gaming revenues is forecast to grow by nearly $2 million annually.
SIOUX CITY | More than a century after construction, the old Battery Building has received a new start as part of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City.
SIOUX CITY | Visitors entering the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City for the first time can't help but notice the entertainment venue's emphasis on music.
Thursday, July 31, 2014
ROGGEN, Colo. – Custom cutters work the harvesting trail from Texas up to the Upper Midwest/Northern Plains during the spring and summer months; then return to cut fall crops in several states.
A recent study completed by Ed Usset, University of Minnesota grain marketing specialist, suggests that Minnesota corn, soybean and wheat farmers lost $100 million from March through May 2014 due to transportation issues.
DICKINSON, N.D. – The hay was growing thick and hardy out in the pastures and fields in western North Dakota, and that made a dent in how many producers were able to attend NDSU’s Dickinson Research Extension Center’s field day. Producers from both western North Dakota and eastern Montana at…
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – When the first Unmanned Aircraft Systems Action Summit was held, it was said the use of that technology would likely have a place in the agricultural industry. But there was a lot of theory involved at that time and not many hard facts.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
North Dakota State University’s Central Grasslands Research Extension Center (CGREC) held its 2014 range and agronomy tour at their facilities northwest of Streeter, N.D. on July 7.
NEW RICHLAND, Minn. – FIRST (Farmers Independent Research of Seed Technologies) provides farmers with high quality varietal information, specific to their location and grown in a manner consistent with their location.
For producers who saw a lot of their acres under water this spring, a cover crop may be the right medicine to help make that soil healthy again.
Monday, July 28, 2014
CARRINGTON, N.D. – Those attending the annual Pulse Crop Field Day, held at the Carrington Research Extension Center on July 11, were able to view all facets of the industry – ranging from varieties to plant, to how pulse crops are beneficial in a livestock ration.
ONIDA, S.D. – As Braathen Harvesting and Brown Harvesting enter South Dakota, they are finding some beautiful, long valleys of golden wheat for as far as the eye can see, along with some nice fall row crops.
Sunday, July 27, 2014
SIOUX CITY | After returning from a two-week trip across Europe, Branden Hoehenstein resumed his summer routine by hitting the weight room early in the morning, going to a strength and conditioning camp, and spending the rest of the afternoon working for his father's construction company and…
SIOUX CITY | Nancy Malsom has collected Hard Rock souvenirs from around the globe, from T-shirts with the iconic brand's logo to colorful pins shaped like guitars.
Saturday, July 26, 2014
Saturday, March 01, 2014
It's a good thing that "Zakrzewski" wasn't one of the words in this year's Yellowstone County Spelling Bee.
Friday, February 28, 2014
Saturday, January 25, 2014
Leadership academy recruits members: The Mercer County Leadership Academy is recruiting members for its 2014 professional development program. The academy is meant to build skills and provide a vision and organizational tools for community leaders who live and work in Mercer County, Ill. The…
Beekeeping for beginners set at Nahant Marsh: Nahant Marsh will host a six-week course on beekeeping. The course will be 6-8 p.m. Wednesdays. The first class on Feb. 5. Participants will learn how to assemble a hive, how to care for the hive and how to harvest honey.
The city of Davenport has declared a snow emergency that will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday. A news release from the city Saturday morning said the emergency is being declared because of predictions of snow later Saturday.
Grants awarded to 2013 training participants: Fifty-four local organizations received a total of $27,000 in grants — $500 per organization — for attending governance training in December at the Stoney Creek Inn, Moline. More than 200 people were attended the training designed to teach staff …