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Great Country Music Rough Rider Center, Feb. 28

On Sunday, Feb. 28 the Rough Rider Center is hosting, with help from Stonehome Brewing Co., part of the ND Country Fest Your Town Tour featuring national recording artists Copper Chief, Julia Cole, DJ DU, and North Dakota favorites Breaking Eight!...

 

Comments Sought On Draft Integrated Letter Report & Programmatic Environmental Assessment For Federal Participation In Watercraft Inspection Stations In Upper Missouri River Basin

Omaha, NE - A draft integrated letter report and programmatic environmental assessment has been developed to determine the economic and environmental impacts of federal participation in state-managed watercraft inspection programs along the Upper Mis...

 

Two Area Sugar Beet Growers Inducted Into Sidney Sugars 20/20 Club

Bryce Jorgensen: Bryce Jorgensen, Savage, averaged 29 tons per acre and 20.09% sugar. “I was very pleased that I made it in the 20/20 club. Sugar beet farming is a risky business and profit margins are getting tighter every year so there is more...

 

Resistant, Persistent Weeds Focus Ag Research Summit Webinar Feb. 25

Whether herbicide resistant or just aggressive spreaders, weeds are a constant plague in both crops and pastures, which is why management options are a key research subject for university and federal scientists. For Dr. Brian Jenks, North Dakota...

 

American Crystal Board Announces Changes At American Crystal Sugar Company's Meeting

Two newly elected directors joined American Crystal’s Board. Representing the Hillsboro Factory District is Chris Hong. Hong is a third-generation farmer and has raised sugarbeets since 1997. He is part of a family farming operation with his...

 

Resistant, Persistent Weeds Focus Ag Research Summit Webinar Feb. 25

Whether herbicide resistant or just aggressive spreaders, weeds are a constant plague in both crops and pastures, which is why management options are a key research subject for university and federal scientists. For Dr. Brian Jenks, North Dakota...

 

James "Jim" Tveter, 77, Watford City, ND

Memorial services for James “Jim” Tveter, 77, Watford City, ND are at 11 a.m. CDT, Saturday, Feb. 20, 2021 at First Lutheran Church, Watford City, ND with Reverend Paul Balaban officiating. Inurnment of cremains with Military Honors will be in...

 

68th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show & Mondak Pulse Day This Week

The 68th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 10, and the Annual MonDak Pulse Day is set for Thursday, Feb. 11. Both events will be at the Williston Area Recreation Center, 822 18th St. E., Williston. This year,...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    February 10, 2021

Hunter Announced as New RMC Director of Nursing

Roosevelt Medical Center proudly announces Karla Hunter, of Sidney, as the new Director of Nursing following her recent promotion. Hunter's career in healthcare spans over 22 years. Prior to becoming...

 

McKenzie County 4-H Hosts Badlands Roundup Archery Match In Watford City

McKenzie County beginners received second and third place team honors in the Bare Bow category at Badlands Roundup 4-H Archery Match held on Saturday, Jan. 23 at Rough Rider Center, Watford City....

 

Bicoastal & Washington DC Elites Despise Middle America

It has become increasingly obvious that the Bicoastal and D.C “elites” despise Middle America. Unfortunately, they are now the policy makers for the whole country. President Biden seems obliged to appease the elites at the expense of the rest of...

 

Andrew's Small Engine Repair Shop Opens New Location

If you live in the Alexander area of North Dakota, you've already heard of "Andrew's Small Engines". For those who have not, I was able to have a quick chat with Andrew related to his new business....

 

James "Jim" Tveter, 77, Watford City, ND

Memorial services for James “Jim” Tveter, 77, Watford City, ND are at 11 a.m. CDT, Saturday, Feb. 20, 2021 at Firth Lutheran Church, Watford City, ND with Reverend Paul Balaban officiating. Inurnment of cremains with Military Honors will be in...

 

Pulse Diseases Focus Of Multi-State Research Effort, Feb. 9 Webinar

Pulses have become a very successful crop in the MonDak following their introduction to the region in the 1990s. Today, North Dakota and Montana have consistently ranked #1 and #2 in pulse production in the US for more than a decade. That success,...

 

Local Ameriprise Finanical Office Promotes Muzzy

Williston - Aaron Muzzy was promoted to Financial Advisor with the practice of Legacy Financial Partners, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. As a financial...

 

68th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show & Mondak Pulse Day Set For February

The 68th Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 10, and the Annual MonDak Pulse Day is set for Thursday, Feb. 11. Both events will be at the Williston Area Recreation...

 

39th Annual Bread Fair Set For February

The 39th Annual Bread Fair is set to take place over the first two weeks of February (pending scheduling with all the schools).   "Due to COVID-19 restrictions, I will be traveling to the...

 

Dr. Kalil To Speak On Scab Management In Durum During Wheat Show

At 10 a.m., Wednesday, Feb. 10, at the National Hard Spring Wheat Show in Williston, Dr. Audrey Kalil, NDSU Williston Research Extension Center plant pathologist, will be speaking about her research...

 

Dr. Franzen To Address Stratification Of Acidity In No Till Soil

NDSU professor and Extension Soil Specialist Dr. Dave Franzen, will be speaking about soil acidification at the National Hard Spring Wheat Show starting at 11 a.m. CST, Wednesday, Feb. 10 in...

 

Soybean Production: Picking Up Popularity In Western, ND

MonDak Pulse Day on Thursday, Feb. 11, at 12:10 p.m., John Rickertsen, Hettinger Research Extension Center research agronomist will be discussing the basics of growing soybeans in western, North...

 

Soybean Production Update Set for Feb. 17

Soybean producers and crop advisers will have an opportunity to learn about soybean production management issues during the 2021 Getting it Right in Soybean Production online conference that North Dakota State University Extension, with support from...

 

Projected Crop Profits for 2021 Improved From 2020

The North Dakota State University Extension projected crop budgets for 2021 are available for the state’s producers, says Ron Haugen, NDSU Extension farm management specialist. The 2021 projected profits vary by region and crop. “The budgets are...

 

Pulse Disease, Weeds Headline 2021 Ag Research Summit Webinars

Weeds and plant diseases are perennial problems for farmers and ranchers in the MonDak and a ripe research topic for university and federal scientists. That research and its application to local farms and ranches is featured in two February webinars...

 

Pledge Your Heart to 4-H on Giving Hearts Day

On Feb. 11, the North Dakota 4-H Foundation will participate in the Dakota Medical Foundation's annual Giving Hearts Day, a 24-hour online fundraising event for charities in North Dakota and...

 

Dry Weather Decreases Risk For Wheat Midge In 2021

Soil samples in North Dakota indicate lower levels of overwintering wheat midge larvae (cocoons) for the 2021 season, says Janet Knodel, North Dakota State University Extension entomologist. A total...

 

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