ASTRO BOB Curiosity photographs layer cake hills on Mars
Curiosity hasn't been idle. NASA released several exciting new images beamed back from the surface of Mars by the happy rover. They're high resolution, full-color photos taken with the wide angle 34... Posted on 8/28/12 at 10:02 AM
STAFF BLOG OIL PATCH DISPATCH Photo blog: A day at Theodore Roosevelt National Park
MEDORA, N.D. - I took a break from Oil Patch reporting on Saturday and spent the day with family in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
I didn't notice many signs of oil development while we explored... Posted on 8/6/12 at 7:03 AM
MEDORA, N.D. Golf entertainer Joey O to perform in Medora July 13-28
July 3, 2012
For more information contact:
Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation
800-633-6721 ext. 8812
Golf entertainer Joey O to perform in Medora July 13-28
M... Posted on 7/3/12 at 5:35 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND No pronghorn hunting this year
North Dakota Game and Fish biologists found the statewide pronghorn population is 37 percent lower than last year and down more than 50 percent from 2008 due to severe winter weather.
T... Posted on 7/12/10 at 6:04 AM
North Dakota health officials and federal regulators don’t agree on the best way to reduce air pollution in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, and a state administrator said Tuesday the dispute is likely to end up in court.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, September 07, 2011
Before there were cowboys and horses in Medora there were palm trees and crocodiles.
“It was a lot like south Florida here 60 million years ago,” North Dakota Geological Survey State Paleontologist Dr. John Hoganson said.
By Lisa Miller, Forum Communications Co.
, August 22, 2011
Highway 22 climbs out of the Little Missouri River valley at a steep grade and hugs the shoulders of a serious Badlands formation made up of sand, seams of lignite and, most importantly, clay. In a few short miles, the highway winds its way upward on typical Badlands geological formations until it reaches the rolling prairie above. It’s scenic. It’s a nasty road in bad weather.
Jamestown High School’s Jordan Piatz has been named to the 2010 Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl roster.
The annual game pits the top prep football players in North Dakota and Montana. This year’s matchup is June 19 in Dickinson.
Piatz, headed to Northern State next season to play wide receiver, finished his prep career with 114 receptions for 1,986 yards for the Blue Jays, including 22 touchdowns. This past season he had 46 catches for 703 yards and 6 scores.
He also played defensive back and linebacker during his career for the Blue Jays.
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