Livestock producers rush to stockpile hay for winter

Winter is coming, and North Dakota ranchers have been busy getting ready for colder weather for months.


Military retirees from across the state joined Minot Air Force Base for its annual Military Retiree Appreciation Day.


Flossing is an essential part of maintaining good dental health, and in this week's don't buy it until we try it, Stephanie Rank tries a product that claims to make that task a little easier.



This week Dan shows us what is going on with our pines trees. Some of them are shedding brown needles. Should you water them?


After August delay, students in Mott going full speed ahead in new building


Earth Recycling files suit against City of Minot


Donate: Hurricane Relief


Mountain lion sighting confirmed along Missouri River in Burleigh County


New app could give parents ability to check for concussions


Simple ways parents can help improve their kids' science skills


Main Street Minute: Bismarck Magazine, Dakota Dream Waters


North Dakotan captures photo of bald eagle on hay bale


Parody songs created for Cassini spaceship


GOP health bill all but dead; McCain again deals the blow


Former North Dakota first families reminisce on governor’s residence


Minot Alderman Approve 2018 Budget


North Dakota during the Great War


Court dismisses environmental group appeal of BLM's fracking rule


Theige's Custom Guitars turns garbage into art


Downtown construction reaches final stages


Juke Joint Comics closing in Bismarck


Mixed results for Minot State University's 2017 fall enrollment


Source of Minot diesel leak located


Handbooks teach junior high students about Future Farmers of America


Air quality back to normal in N.D.


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