STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG 2013 Countdown: #79
Apologize for the delay on our countdown; we'll crank out a few this weekend to get caught up; let's start with a number that I'm sure will cause debate:
Countdown To 2013: NerdStat #79
5:... Posted on 6/15/13 at 2:08 AM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES What to do with a HB: The Newcastle Bridge
After taking a few day hiatus from the Chronicles to do coverage on the Great Flood of 2013 in Germany and Europe, which you c... Posted on 6/10/13 at 10:11 AM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND Shad stocked in Oahe
Biologists Hope Shad Boost Oahe Forage Base
Game and Fish Department biologists stocked roughly 225 adult gizzard shad in Lake Oahes Beaver Bay in May to help jumpstart a limited forage base.
A good... Posted on 5/25/12 at 12:02 PM
A highway overpass in southeast Missouri collapsed early Saturday when rail cars slammed into one of the bridge's pillars after a cargo train collision, authorities said. Seven people were injured, though none seriously.
To law enforcement agencies, the disappearance of a Missouri woman and her young daughter for four days had all the markings of an abduction: a cryptic text message asking for help, a phone call that sounded like it was being read from a script, an ex-husband with a history of domestic violence.
A gas explosion that sparked a massive, block-engulfing blaze in an upscale Kansas City shopping district injured 14 people, a city official said Tuesday evening, adding it is believed that an accident by a utility contractor may have caused the blast.
Missouri Rep. Todd Akin has apologized for his televised comments that women's bodies are able to prevent pregnancies in “a legitimate rape” situation, but he refused to heed calls to abandon his bid for the Senate.
A former rural Missouri sheriff's deputy is suspected of killing his ex-wife and her new boyfriend before leading officers on a high-speed chase that ended with a shootout at an upscale hotel hosting a Christmas party for hundreds of doctors, nurses and their families, authorities said Sunday.
BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota’s governor said he thinks Missouri River states might collectively do a better job of managing flooding along the river than the Army Corps of Engineers, although it would require a change in the law before states could override the corps’ authority.
DES MOINES, Iowa — Gov. Terry Branstad has urged governors in three states to consider pulling out of a Missouri River association because of the Army Corps of Engineers’ long-term management of the river and what he believes is a tendency to favor upstream states, according to a letter provided by his office.
By Mike Glover, The Associated Press
, July 08, 2011
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