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Zoo pursues endangered species
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Late goal not enough for Lakers against Crookston
San Jose State wins 42-10 over UND
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In the Zone
Get ready to climb
Holly McCamant: Jumping off bridges and drinking too much, just another day at the lake
Credit 101 for college freshmen and parents
Older driving safety: Warning signs and how to know when to stop driving
Freezing herbs: Preserve those fresh summer flavors
Friends & Neighbors
Attorney opens new office in hometown of DL
A Creative Mix Hair Salon hires new staff
MN gas prices take smaller dip this week
Minnesota Chamber leadership named
DL doctor helps local health care students
Ulen’s Top Hat Theatre celebrates 10 years
Auditions for DLHS fall musical open Sept. 2
Mah Jongg tournament is set for Thursday, Sept. 4 in Park Rapids
Tonic Sol-fa coming to Holmes Sept. 3
‘Rockin’ on the Red’ set Sept. 20
Pine to Palm Traditions
Tamarac Refuge: Come check out the climate and its changes
What is your top food pick from the Minnesota State Fair?
Letter: Things are better, thanks to top-tier tax increases
Lynn Hummel: Gestures can be powerful stuff
Bad news for bottom 60 percent
Don’t fall for this clever phone scam
Letter: ‘Gouen’ to miss Park
Brain matter or delicious mushroom?
Brad Laabs: Lots of favorite lakes, many ways to prepare fish
Blane Klemek: Mallards are perhaps the most widespread duck on Earth
Recreational activities to be expanded at MN SNA’s
Learn the basics of hunting upland birds at DNR clinic
Pine to Palm
September 7, 2013
MN schools set to expand fresh, local grown lunches
With another school year beginning, exciting things are in store for school cafeterias. September is Farm to School Month in Minnesota, designed to highlight partnerships between school districts and local farmers that bring fresh, local food to K-12 students and children in childcare. Weekly...
September 7, 2013 - 10:00am
February 28, 2013
Butanol may join ethanol as farm-based fuel in Minnesota
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota farmers soon could produce a new biofuel, butanol. "We see Minnesota as being a tremendous place to produce butanol," said Adam Schubert of Butamax, a company formed by BP Petroleum and Dupont to produce the fuel. State House and Senate agriculture committees...
February 28, 2013 - 8:15am
April 7, 2012
FarmVille ... for real! Tech entrepreneur creates virtual farm manager to aid farmers
Growing up as a farm kid, Ryan Raguse saw firsthand the headaches that can go along with trying to keep an ag operation organized. Now, as a...
April 7, 2012 - 12:58pm
November 19, 2010
Wadena man seriously hurt in farming accident
OTTERTAIL, Minn. - A 21-year-old Wadena man severely injured his leg in a farming accident Friday morning. The Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to Custom Fleshing, a farming company near the city of Ottertail around 9:30 a.m. Ottertail is about 80 miles southeast...
news / accidents
November 19, 2010 - 9:17pm
August 5, 2010
DFL'ers show similarities and differences in regard to the farm industry
MORGAN -- One candidate grew up on a farm, one in a rural community and one sat on the U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee. The three Democratic-Farmer-Laborite governor candidates sounded a lot alike Wednesday when they opposed more regulation of farmers and decried escalating property...
August 5, 2010 - 9:10am
May 20, 2009
Extension offers Stream Ecology workshop in June
Do you have an interest in the rivers and streams of west-central Minnesota? Does your job require you to make decisions related to rivers and streams? If so, you are invited to attend a two-day workshop called Streamside Ecology being offered in Detroit Lakes June 16-17 through...
news / outdoors
May 20, 2009 - 11:59am
March 8, 2009
Sharpening their marketing skills
Try not to roll your eyes the next time you hear farmers musing about rain in Argentina or shipping delays in China. Producers need this kind of information to make better choices about when to market their grain. There's no simple or one-size-fits-all approach to marketing, experts...
March 8, 2009 - 12:55pm