ASTRO BOB Cross the "snow line" to Saturn and relish its ancient ice
Wipe the dust from an antique and you can begin to appreciate its vintage and workmanship. See beneath the space-worn colors of Saturn's rings and moons and you might just get a glimpse of the prime... Posted on 3/28/13 at 3:48 PM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND keep it clean..on the ice
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department reminds winter anglers to clean up the ice after fishing. This not only applies to trash, but fish as well.
It is not only unsightly, but it is illeg... Posted on 2/26/13 at 2:00 PM
LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO What's A Shamrock Shake?
It's an official snow day. At least, as far as my school is concerned.
I got all of my errands done on Saturday morning. Then, my husband and I hunkered down at home. The snow began to fall Sunday mo... Posted on 2/11/13 at 4:07 PM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches
Cookies and ice cream: Can you think of a better combination? If you are a kid, the answer is no. And you probably wouldn't get much disagreement from grown-ups, either.
So, what's the best way to co... Posted on 7/20/12 at 1:00 PM
SHUQUALAK, Miss. (AP) — A strong spring storm that socked the Midwest with ice and heavy, wet snow made its way east, raking the South with tornadoes Thursday, with three deaths blamed on the rough weather and thousands of people without power.
Holbrook Mohr, Associated Press
, April 11, 2013
The North Dakota Department of Transportation and the North Dakota Highway Patrol have issued a no travel advisory for portions of northwest North Dakota including the cities of Crosby, Bowbells and surrounding areas due to snow causing scattered drifts, reduced visibility, and ice on roadways making travel hazardous.
LARIMORE, N.D. — The clouds hung low over the Red River Valley, an area known for flat terrain that lends itself well to largely horizontal sports, such as cross-country skiing. Jim Grijalva, a University of North Dakota law professor and adventure sports enthusiast, had something more daring than skiing in mind.
Robb Jeffries, Forum News Service
, February 11, 2013
The calendar says the start of winter is less than two weeks away, but that doesn’t mean ice conditions around Jamestown are safe for anglers.
“We just advise people to use extreme caution especially when there’s open water out there,” said Bob Martin, manager of Pipestem Dam.
An attempted fishing trip went awry Monday when a man’s winter recreational vehicle fell through the ice at a Jamestown lake.
Charles Haus of Hankinson, N.D., and his daughter, Christine Haus, ventured out from the east side of Pipestem Lake at approximately 2 p.m.
Seven vehicles slid into a ditch off of Interstate 94 between Dickinson and Gladstone early Thursday morning due to a combination of ice and low visibility, officials said. No one was injured and no damage was reported.
By April Baumgarten , Forum Communications Co.
, March 02, 2012
Officials with the Jamestown Fire Department and the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office are concerned about additional ice accident calls even as they tally the cost of the most recent search and recovery efforts.
Darrin Ackerman, 49, Jamestown, did not return from an ice fishing excursion on Dec. 4. His body was recovered on Dec. 12 after eight days of searching.
Forget kittens in trees. Try Labradors on ice.
That was the rescue facing Fargo firefighters Tuesday when they got a call about a dog trapped in the Red River. The pooch — a black Labrador named Jack — had escaped his owner’s yard despite its electronic fencing and was spotted in the water near El Zagal Par 3 Golf Course, Assistant Fire Chief Larry Schuh said.
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