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Two decades since Spencer's destruction
Jankow led Spencer's cleanup effort, early recovery
Hard work, organization and dedication leads to success
From the archives: Photos from the 1998 Spencer Tornado
Legislator's experience getting signatures for ballot measures led to a new state law
Consumers, craft brewers, behind shift that has barley growers, malters, adjusting
Why you're getting flooded with privacy notifications in your email
Commentary: Some gave all: A visit to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Why is Instagram adding a mute button? Because rejection is scary
Corn Palace updates brings new display options
place a business brief
Pellet production leads to Poet's expansion
USDA releases proposed biotech labeling rules
COMMENTARY: When machines, crops, prices fail you, remember you still have worth
Soybeans spread to southwestern ND
Drought effects improve in southwest ND
Paxton dominant again as Mariners top Twins
LeBron scores 46 as Cavs force Game 7
Schuyler takes 4th in 3,200-meter run
Voigt claims Class B two-mile run
Sano back with Twins, looks 100 percent
Mitchell woman shares her adoption story with the world
OPINION: Nurses care for the sick, comfort those in need
Mitchell family begins charity to raise money for Congenital Heart Defects
Wearing 'multitasker' badge of honor despite drawbacks
Colorado couple opens thrift store in Mitchell to benefit area nonprofits
Steven T. Stroh
Commentary: Bison passage: Good times in the Badlands
LETTER: Anyone notice Earth Day?
OPINION: Trolls should stay by bridges
Letter: Shame on county commissioners
Thomas: The coarsening of political language
Wyoming may legalize trophy hunting of grizzly bears for the first time in 40 years
Expensive fishing electronics require proper touch
Commentary: Safety spout fuels colorful encounter in the boonies
Battling South Dakota's beaver problems
ND angler's walleye breaks 60-year record
Dennis & Joan Selfridge
February 1, 2018
Trump administration tears down regulations to speed drilling on public land
The Trump administration is aggressively sweeping aside regulations protecting public land to clear a path for expanded oil and gas drilling. A memorandum from the Interior Department, made public Thursday, Feb. 1, directs its field offices "to simplify and streamline the leasing...
February 1, 2018 - 4:39pm
January 22, 2018
Monarch butterfly migration was off this year. Researchers are worried.
Thanksgiving was right around the corner, and a sizable number of one of America's most famous migrants could be seen still sputtering south....
January 22, 2018 - 12:25pm
January 19, 2018
Why do dogs eat poop? New research suggests an ancient answer.
Does your pooch eat poo? If it's any consolation, he's in extremely good company. In a new paper, veterinary researchers at University of California...
January 19, 2018 - 8:33am
January 18, 2018
2017 was among the planet's hottest years on record, government scientists report
2017 was among the hottest years ever recorded, government scientists reported Thursday, Jan. 18. The year was the second-hottest in recorded...
January 18, 2018 - 4:06pm
January 16, 2018
340 billion gallons of sludge spur environmental fears in Canada
Amid the bogs and forests of northern Alberta, the heart of the Canadian oil patch, lie some of the largest waste dumps of the global energy...
January 16, 2018 - 10:10am
January 13, 2018
Dilly dilly! How barley is turned into beer
We'll take a look inside the Anheuser-Busch Malting Plant in Moorhead to see how local barley is made into malt, a key ingredient in Budweiser...
January 13, 2018 - 8:30am
January 9, 2018
Analysis: NASA is going back to the moon - if it can figure out how to get there
NASA is going back to the moon - somehow, someway. The White House has ordered the agency to put American boots back on the lunar surface. The...
January 9, 2018 - 8:43am
January 8, 2018
Hurricanes, wildfires made 2017 the most costly US disaster year on record
Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria combined with devastating Western wildfires and other natural catastrophes to make 2017 the most expensive...
January 8, 2018 - 2:27pm
On Florida's 'Forgotten Coast,' a Supreme Court fight over fresh water
Every 45 seconds or so, oystermen plunge their long-handled tongs into the shallow blue-gray waters of Apalachicola Bay, rake the bottom and...
January 8, 2018 - 1:05pm
December 11, 2017
Wind energy is supposed to fight climate change. But climate change is fighting back.
Climate change is affecting wind energy's potential to provide power, diminishing a renewable energy source that scientists and policymakers...
December 11, 2017 - 1:39pm
December 8, 2017
Alaska just reported one of the most extreme snowfall rates on record: 10 inches per hour
Imagine going into a movie theater to check out the latest science fiction flick and there is not a single flake of snow on the ground. A couple...
December 8, 2017 - 12:41pm
November 27, 2017
Police search for killer of 400-pound black bear
Authorities in Maryland are searching for a bear poacher after a 400-pound black bear was found fatally shot on Sunday, officials said. The...
November 27, 2017 - 3:33pm
November 20, 2017
Keystone XL pipeline gets Nebraska’s approval, clearing a key hurdle in 9-year effort
TransCanada's $8 billion Keystone XL pipeline got the go-ahead from the Nebraska Public Service Commission on Monday, clearing the last regulatory...
November 20, 2017 - 11:22am
April 8, 2016
Year's first bison calf born at Custer State Park
CUSTER (AP) — Calving season has kicked off at Custer State Park in western South Dakota. The first bison calf of the year was born Monday. The state's Game, Fish and Parks Department says most bison calves are born between late April and early May. The calves weigh 40 to 50 pounds...
April 8, 2016 - 11:10am
April 1, 2016
City to begin collecting compost
The city of Mitchell will begin collecting green compost containers, curbside, on the same day as your garbage collection the week of April 4, for those who have signed up for compost collection. The containers must be curbside and filled only with compostable yard waste; no tree...
April 1, 2016 - 11:43am