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 By Warren Froelich    Opinion    March 25, 2015 

Pruning Guidelines

Every summer I receive calls asking, “Can I prune trees now or when is a good time to prune?” Unfortunately summer is not the most ideal time. The preferred time is late winter or early spring...

 
 Agriculture    March 18, 2015

Wheat Midge Populations

Except for pockets in northwest North Dakota there is a decreased level of overwintering wheat midge larvae across the state for the 2015 season. The high risk pockets of 800 to 1200 midge larvae per square meter are concentrated in Mountrail and...

 
 By Warren Froelich    Ag Roundup    March 4, 2015

County Canola Election Scheduled

Canola growers in Williams County are being urged to participate in the election of a county representative for the North Dakota Oilseed Council. All canola growers who have a definite interest in...

 
 By Brian Kaae    Ag Roundup    February 4, 2015

2015 National Hard Spring Wheat Show

The 2015 Wheat Show promises to be two days packed full of information and association to break the winter doldrums. As is tradition we will start the show with a hearty breakfast and a look at the weather as Leon Osborne, director of the regional...

 
 Ag Roundup    February 4, 2015

2015 Wheat Show Hi-Lites

The 62nd Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show will focus on a variety of issues but much emphasis will be given to strategies of preventing Fusarium head blight (SCAB) and marketing this year's...

 
 By Warren Froelich    Ag Roundup    February 4, 2015

Photo Contest Part of Wheat Show

One of my very favorite parts of the Wheat Show has been the photo contest. I look at the photos as art seen through the eyes of other people. The photos are placed into four categories; a)...

 
 By Warren Froelich    Agriculture    January 28, 2015

Food Fads Part of Wheat Show Discussions

Lately, gluten and wheat have been presented as “dietary villains”. While those with celiac disease must avoid gluten for health reasons, others are following gluten-free diets for various reasons...

 
 By Williston Economic Development    News    January 14, 2015

Williston Residents To Rally At Infrastructure Funding Hearing January 16 In Bismarck

The City of Williston is calling for residents to show support for the so-called “surge” bill at the 64th North Dakota Legislative Session this Friday. “Attendance speaks volumes and we want to show legislators that the approval of the surge...

 
 By Warren Froelich    Opinion    January 14, 2015

Photo Contest Part of Wheat Show

One of my very favorite parts of the Wheat Show has been the photo contest. I look at the photos as art seen through the eyes of other people. The photos are placed into four categories; a)...

 
 By Warren Froelich    Opinion    January 7, 2015

New Durum Garners High Interest

There has been great interest in a new variety name Joppa which was developed by the NDSU Durum Breeding Program. It was released by the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station in 2014 but...

 
 By Warren Froelich    Opinion    December 31, 2014

New Birch and Spruce

Last week I described two new varieties of American elm which have resistance to Dutch elm disease. This week I will share information about a new white birch and a new columnar spruce which should...

 
 By Tie Shank    News    November 26, 2014

Williston Salvation Army Rings in the Holiday Season

The Salvation Army Northern Division serves anyone in need without discrimination, whether it's a hot meal, help paying a bill or a more long-term solution. Since 1908, the Williston Salvation Army ha...

 
 By Warren Froelich    Opinion    November 19, 2014

2015 Wheat Show Hi-Lites

The 62nd Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show will focus on a variety of issues but much emphasis will be given to strategies of preventing Fusarium head blight (SCAB) and marketing this year’s cr...

 
 By Susan Schieffer    Ag Roundup    October 1, 2014

Williams County Extension Agent Comes Out of Retirement to Serve The Public

Warren Froelich is back in the proverbial saddle. After retiring from the Williams County Extension office last August, Froelich has once again picked up the reins. When asked why he came out of retirement he states simply, “There was just a need....

 
 By Warren Froelich    Opinion    September 24, 2014

Fertilize Lawns Now

A frequent question this time of year is, “Should I fertilize my lawn in the fall?” The answer is yes. All lawns whether they are high maintenance (Kentucky Bluegrass) or low maintenance (Crested...

 
 By Warren Froelich    Opinion    September 17, 2014

Back in the Saddle

I think this is an appropriate statement for my first weekly Column since retiring exactly one year ago. Also, just a few weeks ago a group of great friends presented me with a beautiful, custom fit,...

 
 By Missy Smies    News    September 3, 2014

Local Youth Attend Summer Leadership Camp in Orlando

A group of local youth attended the National Youth Leadership Initiative this summer held by the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America. During the conference, the youth learned about strategies fo...

 
 By Tie Shank    Energy    July 9, 2014

Crestwood - Supporting America's Energy Independence Through Logistics

Crestwood Midstream Partners LP provides services to support the growth of America's energy independence through operations in every premier U.S. shale play, including the Bakken region in North...

 
 By Venessa Pooch    Ag Roundup    July 2, 2014

MonDak Area Stockgrowers Association Announces Scholarship Recipients

The MonDak Area Stockgrowers Association, along with the Rockin’ Your Heart Out/Cattlemen’s Ball committee is honored to announce the recipients of the 2014 MonDak Area Stockgrowers Scholarships. Rachael Oliver, a 2014 graduate of Savage High...

 
 By Venessa Pooch    News    June 25, 2014

MonDak Area Stockgrowers Association Announces Scholarship Recipients

The MonDak Area Stockgrowers Association, along with the Rockin' Your Heart Out/Cattlemen's Ball committee is honored to announce the recipients of the 2014 MonDak Area Stockgrowers Scholarships....

 
 By Ralph Blair    Special Editions    June 11, 2014

Ralph Blair, Raised in Iowa, Homesteader Here in 1908, Writes Interesting Story of Experiences

I was born and raised on an Iowa farm where I worked for my board and room and a little spending money until I was 21 years old after which I received wages of $20 a month for a few months. But it...

 
 By Mary Mercer    Special Editions    June 11, 2014

Gossett

The Gossett Post Office was named for Dan Gossett by Mrs. Tom Bone, one of the early settlers on Gossett Flat; however, Gossett never lived in the immediate area. He was an old round-up boss from South Dakota. They came here in 1900, had no...

 
 By Anne L. Mlller    Ag Roundup    May 7, 2014

Top Youth Honors Announced for Light, Heavyweight Hog Projects in Montana

As the 2014 fair season begins, Montana Pork Producers Council is pleased to announce the top honors for light and heavyweight youth carcass hog projects in Montana in 2013. Kyleigh Salois of Conrad had the top heavyweight hog and Kyle Hamm of East H...

 
 News    April 30, 2014

Williston Basin Stand Down

The Williston Basin Stand Down will be held May 1st, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Williston New Armory, located at 10 Main Street, Williston. The purpose of the stand down is to provide a one-stop shop for services for veterans that are at...

 
 By North Dakota Game and Fish Department    Outdoors    April 23, 2014

Camping Restrictions on Some North Dakota WMAs

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will continue to implement camping restrictions on some wildlife management areas in western North Dakota and along Lake Sakakawea.  Overnight camping is prohibited on the following WMAs: Antelope Creek,...

 

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