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Trump declares emergency for wall funds denied by Congress
Forbidden the use of a weapon, man is found with 3-D-printed gun, 'hit list' of lawmakers
At least five civilians dead and five officers wounded in shooting in Aurora, Ill., officials say
Democrats call on Trump administration to delay Title X family planning rule, citing 'serious concerns'
Federal judge temporarily blocks military from forcing out HIV-positive airmen
Facebook to consider removing or demoting anti-vaccination recommendations
Mount Vernon welcomes new bar
Economic trends turn downward for farmers
Training movement aims to provide quality beef
Mitchell building permits grind to a five-year low
place a business brief
Economic trends turn downward for farmers
Wet year may lead to late seed buying, planting
NOEM: Advancing agriculture for South Dakota
Knutson: Food trends include shame and virtue
Freeze adds layer of complication for farmers, livestock
Once teenage roommates, Kepler, Polanco ink long-term deal with Twins
Kaepernick, Reid resolve grievances with NFL
Region wrestling preview: Area grapplers one step away from state
Deal: Sophomore Mors already among Class AA's all-time elite scorers
Red-hot at the right time: Sees’ scoring has Avon on nine-game winning streak heading into playoffs
Todd Alan Tecklenburg
HAGEN: Make your kids the star of the show
GUEBERT: The state of the nation's farm and food union
OUR VIEW: Big cost carries potential for lake improvement
Mel's Musings: Mark Twain for school board
WOSTER: Shielding journalism and reporters
'Duck Dynasty' cast members visit the frozen north
Dokken: Staying in during bad weather is easier today
Carefully, anglers journey out on Lake Superior ice: Lake trout, coho and herring coming with early ice off Duluth
New deer license plan seeks right mix for hunters
Deer disease seen as threat to humans: Experts compare CWD with resilient mad cow virus
Gwenn (Earles) Vallery
Gene & Norma Larsen
January 3, 2019
Growing Together: 2019 gardening predictions hold plenty of surprises
I’ve got to see it to believe it: A robot is being developed that will weed our gardens. Like a Roomba for the outdoors, the Tertill is a solar-powered...
January 3, 2019 - 11:38am
December 6, 2018
World's first honey bee vaccine seeks to save dying pollinators
A growing number of honey bees die each year due to pesticides, vanishing habitats, poor nutrition and climate change, with potentially disastrous...
December 6, 2018 - 9:46am
September 17, 2018
Pollinating as important as honey for beekeeping income
MEDINA, N.D. — All was quiet in the pasture until Chad Price and Brandon Weatherly started moving bee boxes. Then the persistent buzz in...
September 17, 2018 - 6:00am
September 1, 2018
Commentary: Photos show improvement after maple treated for iron deficiency
Q: Our Autumn Blaze maples had iron chlorosis last year. An article you wrote prompted us to take action. We bought Medicap iron capsules made...
September 1, 2018 - 8:49am
June 7, 2018
Mitchell truck stop becomes bee colony’s temporary home
“They’re usually docile, but these are a little agitated,” amateur beekeeper Anthony Reimnitz says, backing away from a truck stop light...
June 7, 2018 - 8:57am
February 3, 2018
How the region's farmers and researchers are working to save bees
Bees are vital to agriculture, but bee populations have faced serious problems in recent years. Both pesticides and pests are being blamed for...
February 3, 2018 - 8:30am
October 9, 2017
'Insane' discovery: 30,000 bees - and 40 pounds of honey - inside the walls of a house
The honey bees had taken up residence inside the walls of the house. A homeowner in Hillside, New Jersey, near Newark, told CBS New York it was...
October 9, 2017 - 1:14pm
July 21, 2017
Bee management practices continually changing
MOUNT VERNON – If there’s a stressor on Alan Schroeder’s beehives, he knows what to do. Schroeder, of the Mount Vernon Bee Company and...
July 21, 2017 - 12:00pm
February 20, 2017
Blue Dasher Farm embraces 'regenerative' research
ESTELLINE, S.D.—You can see it from the road: the year-old Blue Dasher Farm LLC research laboratory is right on the east side of Interstate...
February 20, 2017 - 10:05am
January 10, 2017
Bumble bee declared endangered
The rusty patched bumble bee, a native of Minnesota and Wisconsin that was once common across the Midwest but which has declined rapidly in recent...
January 10, 2017 - 11:47am
August 15, 2016
Sturgis bees kill dog, sting police officers multiple times
STURGIS (AP) — Bees held in a commercial beehive in Sturgis killed a dog and stung several people including police officers Friday evening, according to authorities. Officials responded to a report after the keeper tried to add more bees to the hive, the Rapid City Journal reported....
August 15, 2016 - 12:49pm
June 23, 2016
Mysterious 'zombie bee' scourge reaches southern US
NORFOLK (AP) — The mysterious "zombie bee" parasite that kills honeybees has reached the southern United States after scientists confirmed a case in Virginia about an hour outside Roanoke, researchers announced this week. The discovery suggests the phenomenon is more widespread...
June 23, 2016 - 12:53pm
May 12, 2016
More buzz on bees: New survey provides baseline information
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The federal government and U.S. beekeepers now know a little more about the number of honeybee operations nationwide. The...
May 12, 2016 - 6:12pm
October 29, 2015
Federal scientist says agency punished him over bee research
BROOKINGS (AP) — A federal scientist says he was punished for publicizing research showing a link between pesticides and the decline in bees and other pollinators. Brookings, South Dakota-based entomologist Jonathan Lundgren filed a whistleblower complaint against the U.S....
October 29, 2015 - 9:20pm
September 19, 2015
Bees feel the squeeze as cropland consumes habitat
JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) — Corn and soybeans may be good for cattle and humans — but not bees. The insects prefer plants with lots of...
September 19, 2015 - 10:46am