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Several Winter Wheat Options Available to Producers

August 28, 2015 As harvest season continues to move along, now is the time of year when farmers are thinking about whether to plant winter wheat. Winter wheat is a good option when considering what to plant. more »»

Let's Cook: Swiss Chard and Saxophone Medley

August 28, 2015 I think it is safe to say that Swiss chard does not spend much time in the kitchens of today. This is according to my own mini-survey that I have been conducting since May. more »»

Healthy Packed Lunches for Back to School

August 28, 2015 Are you worried about making healthy and delicious packed lunches for kids this school year? During the school year many parents will struggle to find healthy foods their children will to take schoo... more »»

From the Vault

August 28, 2015 July 11, 1963 City Woman Revived by City Fireman From Near Suffocation Mrs. more »»

Omdahl: Unions Replaced in Battle for Benefits

August 28, 2015 Labor Day isn’t that anymore. Labor Day is a shopping excursion to the mall. Labor Day is an outing in the country. Labor Day is closing the summer place. more »»

Berginski: HBO, Sesame Street Partnership Has Potential

August 28, 2015 Are those fiddles I hear? Is Rome burning again? No? Okay, then why are you playing such sad tunes? Home Box Office and the non-profit company behind "Sesame Street" have made a deal in which new... more »»

If Carbon Pollution Can’t Be Stopped Now, Then When?

August 21, 2015 In bipartisan harmony, North Dakota’s congressional delegation, state officials and coal executives have all been singing a dirge for the coal industry since the U. S. more »»

From the Vault

August 21, 2015 July 6, 1983 Something very strange has been happening at Radio Mosco. more »»

Let's Cook: Mixed Company... Relish It!

August 14, 2015 Let’s Cook Mixed Company…Relish it! August 12, 2015 Rays of sunlight recline on their sunny, star-shaped flowers, and before long this company of pollinated blossoms brings forth cucumbers. more »»

From the Vault

August 14, 2015 With each year Rugby's Crazy Days is different from the ones before it. Year to year it seems to have an increase, or decrease in events and participation. more »»

Women Legislators Speak Up About Representation      

August 14, 2015 Recently, a number of women legislators agreed to share their insights about  serving in the North Dakota Legislative Assembl. more »»

August: Kids Eat Right Month

August 14, 2015 Planning meals ahead of time can improve health while saving time and money. Getting children involved in planning and cooking meals can have benefits for the whole family, too. more »»

August: The Month for Sandwiches

August 7, 2015 What’s your favorite sandwich? Some people like hot sandwiches and others prefer cold. more »»

Rugby to Host 2015 Master Gardener Course

August 7, 2015 Gardening and horticulture information continues to be a popular programming request in NDSU Extension Service county offices across the state. more »»


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To Win Legislative Seats, Ladies, You Must Run

August 7, 2015 When pundits talk about electing more women to the state legislature, I am reminded of the story about the lady who was so far in debt that she thought winning the lottery was her only hope. more »»

Revisiting the UND Nickname Affair

August 7, 2015 Normally I don't revisit an old column. However, I feel I must because apparently some weren't paying attention the first time. more »»

Let’s Cook: Lutheran “Fair”ly Successful

July 31, 2015 Last Saturday had me thinking of Martin Luther and how he nailed 95 theses to the doors of the All Saints’ Church in Wittenburg, Germany. more »»

Summer Grilling and Food Safety

July 31, 2015 Summer not only brings out barbecue grills, but also bacteria. Bacteria love the hot, humid days of summer; they grow faster than at any other time of the year and can cause foodborne illness. more »»

Fire Blight Symptoms Occurring Now

July 31, 2015 Now is the time to be on the lookout for fire blight, a serious disease of apples, crabapples and pears. When blossoms, blossom spurs and branch tips are infected, they turn brown and die rapidly. more »»



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