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Trump administration halts study that was using fetal tissue to find 'cure for HIV'
Recruitment war sets up battle for the sexes
Russians interacted with at least 14 Trump associates during the campaign and transition
After the deadly Camp Fire, a dog waited for his owners to return. They've finally been reunited.
Comey defends FBI and himself in interview with House panels
Tesla may consider buying idle GM plants
US economy adds 155,000 jobs in November, below expectations; unemployment, 3.7 percent
Cupkie Christmas Village is a true holiday experience!
FFA state champions crowned in leadership development events
Smithfield Foods fined over $53K for water quality violations
place a business brief
Truce or not, US soy, liquefied natural gas look unappetizing now for China
Report details efforts to rescue mother fatally pinned by hay bale
4 things to avoid co-op financial woes: Boards can learn from Ashby, Minn., scandal
Wheeler dealer: Young grain merchant suddenly owes $5M
Field of drains: Record-setting flood year raising interest in tile
Area wrestling roundup: Howard wins home invitational
Area basketball roundup: Menno girls upset No. 4 TDA
MHS gymnasts place second at Aberdeen Central Invitational
With Boudreau concerned, Wild look to pick up pieces of their shattered game
VIDEO: SDSU's Johnston talks Macy Miller closing in on all-time scoring record
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Don F. Garvis
Veeder: The light of childhood reminds us to embrace life
LETTER: Let's really look at evolution
Swift: Saving 'Niece-mas' by getting with the program
OPINION: A special day for the Corn Palace
Bursack: People with dementia still sensitive to caregiver's body language
Examining mallards: New technology helping gather information on ducks
Optimism brings more hunters: Pheasant license sales up slightly
Side by side, veteran Minnesota wardens train rookies
Controversial South Dakota deer-hunting license system changes still a possibility
Wardens wrestle deer that crashed into Minn. basement
Charlie & Karen Prickett
Charlotte "Chuckie" Mayer
December 8, 2018
5 ancient beauty tricks we’re still using today
The beauty industry is quick to point out what’s new, what’s never been seen before and the latest developments guaranteed to make you your...
December 8, 2018 - 1:29pm
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
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
September 25, 2017
Area honey production appears to hold on despite drought
HALLIDAY, N.D.—Even though much of the summer was dry in western North Dakota, Bonnie Woodworth says honey production has held on due to...
September 25, 2017 - 8:05am
September 17, 2015
On the road: The Summer of Honey
Faithful readers of this weekly effort may recall my darling, but dangerous, Uncle Honey. He was my hometown's quiet, easy-going milkman who...
September 17, 2015 - 9:03am
May 13, 2015
Dakotas lead in production of nearly a dozen commodities
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The latest rankings from the federal Agriculture Department show that the Dakotas lead the nation in the production of nearly a dozen farm commodities. North Dakota leads in spring wheat, durum wheat, oil sunflowers, honey, flaxseed, canola and pinto ...
May 13, 2015 - 1:00pm
September 11, 2014
Dakotas' honey production looks good
FORT PIERRE, S.D. — Josh Dykes was in charge of a crew that was removing hives filled with honey and putting on new boxes for added production...
September 11, 2014 - 12:20pm
May 18, 2014
Early rains have honey producers optimistic
By Dirk Lammers SIOUX FALLS (AP) — South Dakota honey producers are banking on a rebound in production this year after last summer's cool temperatures led to a 9 percent drop of the sweet stuff. Bees prefer to collect nectar when temperatures range from the 70s to 90s degrees,...
May 18, 2014 - 11:11pm
August 22, 2013
Cool temps hamper Dakota bees' honey production
BRUCE (AP) — South Dakota honey producer Richard Adee pulls a rectangular beehive frame from an extracting machine and points to a bell...
August 22, 2013 - 8:06am
SD ranks second in the nation for honey production
SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- Honey production in South Dakota last year totaled 17 million pounds, the second-most in the nation behind North Dakota. The Agriculture Department says South Dakota production from producers with five or more colonies was up 3 percent over the year. Prices for...
March 22, 2013 - 3:51pm
September 17, 2012
Fire destroys Andover honey company building
ANDOVER (AP) -- A weekend fire destroyed a building at the Taylor Honey Co. in the northeastern South Dakota town of Andover, but the company owner and others say the incident could have been worse. The Sunday afternoon fire started in the engine of a fuel-powered pump that two workers...
September 17, 2012 - 11:28am
December 27, 2011
Glorious, decadent ricotta made in your own kitchen
I found myself giggling as I stood at my stove. I was using the end of my candy thermometer to stir a mixture of milk and cream in my heavy,...
December 27, 2011 - 12:00am
September 20, 2011
Have some cake, honey
A beekeeper friend of mine invited me to watch as he introduced a wooden box of at least 30,000 bees and one queen to their new home - a hive...
September 20, 2011 - 12:00am