THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Name that bridge type: The answer to question 1
And now the answer to the question of naming the bridge type. As you will recall, in a posting from last Thursday, there was a post card of a bridge that span... Posted on 4/15/13 at 3:35 AM
THE DIRT Fresh tomato soup
I love tomatoes. And I especially love tomato soup. Any kind. From the can, from scratch, chunky, blended, thick, thinner, or bisque. You name it, if it's tomato soup, I love it. So I try new recipes ... Posted on 9/19/12 at 7:52 AM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Pizza Ranch
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STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Boucher's Williston trip
News release from the Dems about ag commissioner candidate Merle Boucher's trip to Williston today:
Today Merle Boucher visited local agriculture processing plants and spoke with residents at Grandma... Posted on 9/3/10 at 4:55 PM
The Sioux County state’s attorney says charges have been filed against the owner of a ranch along the North Dakota-South Dakota border where hundreds of bison broke loose, trampling fences and feasting on other ranchers’ hay supplies.
Area ranchers were clear about their dislike for a proposed mandatory National Animal Identification System presented in Rapid City.
During a U.S. Department of Agriculture listening session on the proposed identification system — NAIS — very few voiced support for the plan that would allow for a uniform tracking system to be used in the event of disease outbreak.
The Sioux County state’s attorney says charges will be filed against the owner of a ranch along the North Dakota-South Da-kota border where hundreds of bison broke loose, trampling fences and gobbling other ranchers’ hay supplies.
By James MacPherson, The Associated Press
, April 08, 2009
More than three years after a defective pipeline spewed some 1 million gallons of saltwater into a northwestern North Dakota creek, Linda Monson says her cattle still refuse to drink from it. And the spill has moved into court.
Another round of heavy snowfall in parts of North Dakota has Agriculture Department workers busy fielding calls from snowbound ranchers and state emergency officials gathering data to ask for federal help.
The state Department of Emergency Services is gathering information it can use to seek a presidential disaster declaration, said Don Larson, a spokesman for Gov. John Hoeven. Such a declaration would make federal aid available for public use.
By Blake Nicholson, The Associated Press
, February 12, 2009
U.S. Sen. Dorgan, D-N.D., is asking the U.S. Department of Agriculture to investigate reports of animal neglect and abuse at a ranch in North Dakota that is owned by a millionaire real estate developer from Florida.
Dorgan sent a letter Friday to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack asking for an investigation of the incident.
Rancher John Novodvorsky spent Friday morning in his tractor trying to clear paths in his north central North Dakota farm yard, already choked with snow before the latest winter blast.
“There’s snow everywhere,” he said in a cell phone interview. “I haven’t even gotten to the barn yet. It’s a challenge.”
By Blake Nicholson , The Associated Press
, January 10, 2009
Two great Midwestern bluegrass bands will bring their unique sounds to Cross Ranch State Park on Friday and Saturday, June 20 and 21, for the 18th annual Missouri River Old Time Music Festival.
Headline groups this year are the Wisconsin group, Art Stevenson and Highwater, and from Minnesota, Lonesome Tradition. Other regional and local performers are the Missouri River Boys, Eric Olson, Cottonwood, the Old Five and Dimers and Moose Creek Symphony.
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