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Trump reportedly told Michael Cohen to lie. His own attorney general pick testified that's a crime.
Bids for future phases of Sanborn construction project come in high
Mitchell schools, MTI and DWU closed Friday
Business shed fire cause deemed undetermined by Mitchell official
FBI and other federal agents see cases hampered and lives rattled by shutdown
Get a plan for nonproductive land: Solutions take time, but can be found
South Dakota sees ninth straight year of tourism growth
Shopko to shut additional tri-state area locations
Facebook disables hundreds of accounts tied to Russian news agency for hiding their identity
Craft beer in SD: No pint-size operation
place a business brief
Already reeling from tariff war, some farmers aren't receiving support checks amid shutdown
Barn total loss following blaze
Farm fatalities on the rise: Ag industry ranked most hazardous in the US
Farmers fear another hit as Trump shutdown threatens ethanol vow
China back in the market for American soy with trade talks planned
As strong as ever: GPAC has top-three teams in women’s basketball coaches’ poll
Jan. 17 SD prep basketball scores
MCS girls topped by Tripp-Delmont/Armour
Chamberlain gymnastics win home triangular
DWU wrestling falls to Doane
Leland E. Krueger
Richard Clyde Steele
Mary Maxine Schlepuetz
MEL'S MUSINGS: Gideon Tucker is still right
Kindness is Contagious: Kindness helps us embrace humanity
GUEBERT: 'You better believe it'
HAGEN: Panic! At the household
WOSTER: A Democrat farmer and Republican lawyer walk into the Capitol
Wiltz: A different kind of farm, different kind of fish
Ride Across South Dakota bike trip to visit southern part of state
Brad Dokken: Time outdoors fuels sense of anticipation
A love for the fur market: Bridgewater’s Potter Fur Company a SD rarity
GF&P board revises deer drawing structure
Dorothy Tucker celebrates 90 years
Mitchell schools, MTI and DWU closed Friday
January 22, 2016
Healthy lifestyle important year-round
With winter in full-swing in eastern South Dakota, fresh fruits and vegetables can be difficult to find, making a healthy diet just as difficult...
January 22, 2016 - 11:42am
December 28, 2015
AgweekTV: Growing debate
Whether or not organic farming and food is better for us and the environment has become a subject of debate over the last twenty years. A retired...
December 28, 2015 - 7:00am
November 30, 2015
AgweekTV: North Dakota farmers are teaching those in need in Haiti
A group of North Dakota farmers is focusing on helping others. They're working with a non-profit christian group. It was created to help struggling...
November 30, 2015 - 8:03am
November 23, 2015
Avian flu appears to have little impact on your Thanksgiving day center piece
This is the time of year turkeys take the spotlight. Minnesota is the nation's largest turkey producer, but the industry was hit hard by avian...
November 23, 2015 - 7:01am
November 9, 2015
South Dakota's Dairy Industry is Gaining Ground
November 9, 2015 - 7:00am
November 5, 2015
AgweekTV: Beans to make hummus are being grown in North Dakota
Join AgweekTV's Shawna Olson for the latest in ag news, technology, lifestyle and more! Watch the full episode of AgweekTV
November 5, 2015 - 11:05am
November 2, 2015
AgweekTV: A semi-retired farmer in North Dakota is finding joy in raising a Halloween staple
Join AgweekTV's Shawna Olson for the latest in ag news, technology, lifestyle and more! Watch the full episode of AgweekTV here!
November 2, 2015 - 7:01am
October 27, 2015
Chicken alla Cacciatora a rustic, warm meal
FARGO -- Cacciatora. When said correctly, this word flows beautifully off the tongue with a gentle roll of the "r" at the finish. I love this...
October 27, 2015 - 10:43am
October 13, 2015
Oktoberfest Beef Burgers pass all the tailgating checkpoints
Football season is finally here. Football fans can really score when serving beef. Whether you’re filling the stadium parking lot with...
October 13, 2015 - 10:01am
September 27, 2015
The 'doomsday' seed vault that preserves the food of the past - and ensures its future
Tucked in a mountain on a remote Arctic island, beneath several hundred feet of rock and a near-constant blanket of snow, two imposing steel doors lock out the wind and bitter cold. Behind them, a long tunnel leads to a series of quiet, concrete rooms.
September 27, 2015 - 3:27pm
August 24, 2015
AgweekTV: Sudsing up with soy
NDSU researchers develop the technology for a sulfate-free shampoo using a North Dakota crop. Also this week, some Red River Valley sugar...
August 24, 2015 - 7:00am
August 19, 2015
Potato Croquettes are even better with bacon
FARGO -- Potatoes and pork were among the featured crops and livestock at this year's Banquet in a Field, so we decided to combine these two...
August 19, 2015 - 2:17pm