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DENVER - CoBank, a cooperative bank serving agribusinesses, rural infrastructure providers and Farm Credit associations throughout the United States, announced today that it has committed $5 million to fund agricultural research and education at land...
The Manitoba-North Dakota Zero Tillage Farmers Association is holding its 35th annual workshop and trade show Jan. 8-10, 2013, at the Ramkota Hotel in Bismarck. The theme for the 2013 workshop is No-till: An Evolution Toward Sustainable Ag. The Man-...
When Ndamukong Suh speaks, apparently the Cornhuskers listen. The former Nebraska All-American and current Detroit Lions defensive tackle put in his two cents about who the Cornhuskers should hire as their new men's basketball coach. "A mutual...
Tags: Values, Big Ten Conference, Basketball, Students, Ndamukong Suh
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women taking multivitamins don't live longer than those who get their nutrients from food alone, a new U.S. study shows. In fact, they appear to have slightly higher death rates, researchers found. "There is very little...
American News CorrespondentBROOKINGS — Escalating costs for students’ tuition and fees have pushed prices to attend South Dakota’s public universities past some neighboring states and into the region’s upper tier, according to a report delivered Wednesday...
The state Board of Regents is scheduled to discuss Dec. 16 a report whose bottom line is stunning. The report looks at where South Dakota high school graduates from the class of 2007-08 chose to continue their educations that fall. That our largest...
Parkston's Rob Van Laecken became the South Dakota girls' basketball all-time winningest coach on Friday. Parkston defeated Chamberlain in Chamberlain to give Van Laecken his 552nd career win, which breaks a tie with Fred Tibbetts as the all-time...
Oscar Handlin, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian at Harvard University whose classic portrait of 19th century European emigrants launched the modern study of immigration as the predominant American story, died Sept. 20 in Cambridge, Mass. He was 95. The...
Tags: Pulitzer Prize Awards, Europe, Immigration, Fiction, History
Aberdeen: The memorial service for Dr. Edward S. Wegrzynowicz, 56, of Aberdeen will be 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011, at Avera St. Luke's Hospital Chapel. The Rev. David Janes will officiate. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Polish National Cemetery in...
Northern State University student Nicholas Hoyme, a tenor from Watertown, will have his senior recital at 3 p.m. today in Berggren Recital Hall at NSU. Hoyme will be assisted by Ron Parker on piano. In addition to Hoyme, Tyler Schwan will perform on...
A new smartphone application from the North Dakota State University Extension Service will help North Dakotans and others record and recover from flood damage. The Disaster Recovery Journal is available free through the Android market. The Disaster...
ST. PAUL, Minn. - Agricultural lenders and farm management professionals are invited to attend the 28th Annual Agricultural Lenders Day conference at the University of Minnesota Southwest Minnesota Research and Outreach Center in Lamberton, Minn. on Aug....
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