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 By Anna Dragseth    News    December 11, 2019 

Out With The Old In With The New

The Lewis and Clark Trail Museum will be implementing a project, starting this spring. The finished project will give visitors an insight into the type of crops that would have been planted around Ale...

 

Changing Dirt Into Soil – Soil Health Workshop, Dec. 18, Williston

Producers across northwestern North Dakota and northeastern Montana who are interested in soil health are invited to participate in a workshop on “Changing Dirt in Soil” on December 18, 2019 at the Williston Research Extension Center. The...

 

The Snow Queen Coming to Watford City Dec. 7

Watford City Elementary and Intermediate School after school program to perform The Snow Queen with The Missoula Children’s Theater, Saturday, December 7. Journey with fun-loving Hobgoblins to the “land of colored ice” as they tell the tale of...

 

Richland County Commissioners Request Secretarial and Presidential Disaster Declarations for Harvest Time Weather Damage to Crops

In a petition to Montana Governor Steve Bullock, Richland County commissioners have requested that he submit a request to the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture and the President of the United States for an agriculture related disaster declaration for...

 

Sidney Wrestlers Prepare for Eagle Invitational

The defending state champion Sidney High School wrestling team is set to compete at the annual Sidney Eagle Invitational wrestling tournament at the Sidney High School Dec. 6-7. The tournament will...

 
 By Anna Dragseth    News    December 4, 2019

Wild Flour Cafe & Bakery In Alexander Hosts Lefse Making Classes

When Thanksgiving and Christmas time rolls around, so does the lefse making. That is why this time of year, Wild Flour Cafe & Bakery in Alexander, North Dakota, is offering lefse-making classes...

 

Upcoming Programs Presented At Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center

Williston, ND – The public is invited to these upcoming events at the Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center near Williston. All events are free and open to the public. All times are Central time. December 13-14: Confluence Sewing...

 

Guest Speakers At Ag Summit Will Address Weather, Livestock And Irrigation Topics, Dec. 12, Sidney

Local research results ready to roll out in your fields will be featured at the upcoming third annual MonDak Ag Research Summit in Sidney, Thursday December 12. But that’s not all. Several outside speakers are also planned to address timely...

 

Wild Flour Cafe & Bakery In Alexander Hosts Lefse Making Classes

When Thanksgiving and Christmas time rolls around, so does the lefse making. That is why this time of year, Wild Flour Cafe & Bakery in Alexander, North Dakota, is offering lefse-making classes...

 

Dakota West Ag Day Coming To 4 Bears Casino & Lodge, December 10

Watford City, ND – The Dakota West Ag Day, the first end-of-the-year agriculture show for western North Dakota, debuts on December 10 at the 4 Bears Casino & Lodge in New Town. This single-day e...

 

2019 Ag Research Summit Includes New Date, Irrigated, Horticulture Sessions

As 2019 nears a close, farmers and ranchers have a lot of questions: What's the deal with this weather? What do we need to brace for next? What can be done with all that damaged grain? What about...

 

Two Local Artists Exhibit Paintings At The James Memorial Art Center

Sidney, MT - The paintings of local artists, Afton Ray-Rossol and Trish Stevenson will be showcased at the James Memorial Arts Center, Williston North Dakota. The two-person exhibit opens with an...

 

Many Factors Influence Corn Test Weight

Poor growing and harvesting conditions this year have North Dakota producers concerned about the test weight of their corn. "Many factors influence the measured test weight of corn, including the...

 

Prairie Fare: Gift Ideas That Are Easy on the Budget and Positive for Your Health

"I've bought and wrapped gifts for myself," one of the meeting attendees said. Most people in the room nodded, especially parents. I was among the people nodding my head. Yes, I've wrapped a lot of...

 

NDSU Extension, FSA to Host Disaster Recovery Webinar

North Dakota State University Extension and the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency (FSA) are hosting a webinar Thursday, Dec. 5, to provide producers with information on available...

 

2019 Ag Research Summit Includes New Date, Irrigated, Horticulture Sessions

As 2019 nears a close, farmers and ranchers have a lot of questions: What’s the deal with this weather? What do we need to brace for next? What can be done with all that damaged grain? What about disease….white mold? Fusarium? And what about new...

 

Alexander School's Robotics Team Continues To Excel

Building robots in school might sound like science fiction, but this is nothing out of the ordinary for students participating in the Alexander Robotics Team. Since 2015, Alexander Public Schools has...

 

Chronic Wasting Disease Case Reported In Deer Gun Hunting Unit 4B

Chronic wasting disease (CWD) has unfortunately become increasingly more prevalent in North Dakota. The first case of CWD in North Dakota was reported in 2009 when a mule deer buck located in southwestern North Dakota tested positive for the disease....

 

Hunters, Use Caution On Roadways

With wet conditions abating enough to allow many North Dakota producers to start or continue row crop harvest, the State Game and Fish Department reminds hunters to avoid parking along roadways or field approaches where vehicles could block travel...

 

CWD Surveillance Continues

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will continue its Hunter-Harvested Surveillance program during the 2019 hunting season by sampling deer for chronic wasting disease from units in more than half of the state. Samples from hunter-harvested...

 

Farm Field Day Planned For November 16

On Saturday, November 16, there will be a Farm Field Day tour in Sidney, Montana, and Squaw Gap, North Dakota. The purpose of this event is to bring MonDak area producers together and inform them...

 

Unharvested Corn Can be Feed for Cattle

The 2019 growing season has not been conducive for corn grain production in many areas of the northern Plains. The late planting season, combined with cooler temperatures, has left many fields unharvestable or not cost effective for harvesting corn...

 

Alyxandra McKinlee Hurley, 25, Glendale, AZ formerly of Fairview, MT

She made broken look beautiful and strong look invincible. She walked with the universe on her shoulders and made it look like a pair of wings. Mass of the Christian Burial for Alyx Hurley, 25 of...

 

USDA Encourages Affected Producers To Contact Agents For Delayed Harvest

Washington — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) said today that producers who currently participate in Federal crop insurance and are experiencing a delay in harvesting their crop should contact their Approved Insurance Provider (AIP) to...

 

Abraxas Announces Broader Engagement with Petrie Partners

SAN ANTONIO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 14, 2019-- Abraxas Petroleum Corporation ("Abraxas" or the "Company") (NASDAQ:AXAS) today announced Petrie Partners has been engaged to assist Abraxas with...

 

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